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Grant Lattin resigns from PWC School Board

Grant Lattin resigned effective May 16 from the Prince William County School Board, according to a news release. “For personal reasons, I am resigning from the Prince William County School Board effective today. It has been an honor to serve the citizens of the Occoquan Magisterial District. I look forward to seeing the School Board continue to make decisions that are in the best interests of the children in our county,” said Lattin in his letter of resignation to Milton Johns,School Board Chairman At-Large.

Lattin was first elected to the Prince William County School Board to represent Occoquan District in 2003. He served two four-year terms and began his third term on the Prince William County School Board on Jan. 1, 2012.

A father of nine, he saw the School Division from a parent’s perspective after his family arrived in Prince William County in 1991. His oldest child graduated from a California high school, five of his children graduated from Woodbridge High School, while two graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. His youngest child attends Woodbridge High School.

Lattin served more than 20 years in the United States Marine Corps as an artillery and JAG officer. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1995. From 1998-2001, Lattin was a fifth-grade teacher at Antietam Elementary School in Lake Ridge

He served on the Advisory Council at Antietam Elementary School, as a science fair judge, and as a church administrator and teacher. He also served as a committee chair for The Bar Association of the District of Columbia.

Lattin graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in administration of justice. He earned a master’s degree in elementary education from Marymount University and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Oregon Law School.

He was awarded the Navy-Marine Corps Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (two awards), and two Certificates of Appreciation from the Bar Association.

He is currently employed as an attorney for the Department of the Navy.

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