Bryan attends prestigious summer institute in D.C.
Kendrick Bryan, a Social Studies teacher at LaRue County High School, is attending Georgetown University for the four-week James Madison summer institute.
Bryan was awarded the 2017 James Madison Fellowship for Kentucky. As part of the program, he was awarded $24,000 to study constitutional history. He is also a graduate student at Western Kentucky University.
The summer institute began on June 18 and Fellows are learning about the founding era and the U.S. Constitution. The students are staying in Arrupe Hall in DC and visiting historic sites including Montpelier, Monticello, Mount Vernon and the White House.
The group also visited the Supreme Court and met Chief Justice John Roberts. Bryan visited Congressman Brett Guthrie’s office and plans to meet with Senator Rand Paul and Senator Mitch McConnell.
Kendrick and his wife, Lindsey, have been involved with LaRue County Schools since 2009. The couple sponsors the Y-Club with Ben Schell and chaperones the annual Kentucky Youth Assembly field trip in Frankfort.
For information, visit jamesmadison.gov.