KGHS Administrators 2016-17
 
Education has been a part of Dr. Boyd’s professional life for the past fifteen years. During that time, he taught as a special education science teacher and football coach at West Potomac High School and special education director at Holmes Middle School in Alexandria, Virginia.  Most recently, he served as assistant principal and principal of Rappahannock High School in Warsaw, Virginia.  Under his leadership in 2015, Rappahannock High received the Silver Medal Award from U.S. News and World Report, as a national school of distinction.

Dr. Boyd is a product of Virginia public schools graduating from West Potomac High in 1996.   He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography and a minor in Environmental Science from Colgate University.  In 2005, he earned his master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Virginia.  Dr. Boyd most recently was awarded his Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Virginia Tech.
He is married to his wife, Jenelle, who is a kindergarten teacher. They have three amazing children, Avery (7), Peyton (5), and Dawson (3).

 
Ms. Latney-Allen is in her 21st year in education. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Virginia Union University in 1993. She received her endorsement in Special Education from the University of Virginia 1997 and her Masters of Education in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2004. She began her teaching career at Caroline Middle School in 1995 where she taught Special Education for eleven years and held the position as department chair. 

Ms. Latney-Allen came to King George County in 2006 as a special educator and department chair for five and a half years. She joined the awesome administrative team here at King George High School in January 2012. 
Mrs. Latney-Allen resides in Spotsylvania with her husband Ricco and son Brandon. 

 
Mr. Ritchie is in his 12th year in education. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art Education at Kent State University followed by a Masters of Education in Secondary Education at Youngstown State University. Mr. Ritchie earned his Post-Masters Degree in Educational Administration at The University of Mary Washington. Mr. Ritchie began his career in Ohio at Grand River Academy in 2003. There he specialized in teaching art to students diagnosed with ADHD. 

In 2007 Mr. Ritchie taught at Chardon Middle School. After a move to Virginia, Mr. Ritchie taught at James Monroe High School beginning in 2011. There he gained many valuable leadership experiences including the role of Acting Administrator. Mr. Ritchie joins us for the 2015 -16 school year as a new Assistant Principal and looks forward to serving the community at King George County Schools!

 
Ms. Truslow has served in Virginia public schools for 17 years. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Human Resource Management as well as her teaching endorsement from Mary Washington College. She began her teaching career in Stafford County where she served as the Principal Intern and the At-Risk Coordinator. During that time, she also earned her Master's degree in Education and the Administration and Supervision endorsement from the University of Mary Washington. 

Ms. Truslow joined the KGHS administrative team in August 2012 and is proud to serve the King George County community. Go Foxes!