grew up in Leitchfield, a small town in South Central Kentucky. He
earned a bachelorís degree in both math and chemistry from Western
Kentucky University. Upon graduation, he began teaching at his own
alma mater in Grayson County, the countyís only high school. He
stayed there for nine years, serving as science department chair for
seven years. During this time, Brennon also earned a masterís degree
in math and education from WKU.
In 1996, Brennon developed
Kentuckyís first high school course in forensic science. The course
evolved over many years, growing from a half-credit introductory
survey, to a full-year upper-level class. Student enrollment in the
course was unprecedented. The resources and materials
developed for this course were published in 2004 by EOA Scientific.
From fall 2003 until the
spring 2005, Brennon enjoyed teaching at North Oldham High School in
Goshen, Kentucky. He served as science department chair while
teaching Forensic Science, Chemistry, and Astronomy.
Additionally, he developed/taught a senior project class and jointly
instituted "May Term" under the umbrella of the Vanguard initiative.
Brennon Served as the
Instructional Coach at Carroll County High School in Carrollton,
Kentucky during the 2005-2006 school year. It was during this
time that he received his Certification in Administrative
Brennon presently enjoys
working in the Kenton County school system at Dixie Heights High
School as an associate principal. Kenton County, the most
progressive school system in Norther Kentucky, is moving toward
schools of study.
Brennon resides in
Crestview Hills with his wife, Amber (and dog, Roxie).