Wendy Pesky, LPLC Co-Founder, Passes Away

It is with a heavy heart that we share the passing of Wendy Pesky, LPLC’s Co-Founder. Wendy’s passing is a personal loss for the countless people that she knew and a monumental loss for Lee Pesky Learning Center. We invite you to read about Wendy’s life and the incredible impact she had on others as shared by the Idaho Mountain Express below.

LPLC Welcomes New Board Members

LPLC extends a warm welcome to our three newest board members– Dana Herrman, Jim Foudy, and Dr. Lisa Gabel. We are grateful for your leadership.   Dana Herrman is Senior Managing Director of Silicon Valley Bank and the co-head of TMT equity trading. Prior to SVB, Dana was an SVP at Bernstein for 14 years…

Idaho Mountain Express Features LPLC Alongside Community Partners

Bellevue, Idaho—For young children, summertime brings the promise of longer days, playtime with friends, and an opportunity to enjoy simply being a kid. For parents, it can be a time where creativity is applied to navigate childcare, craft a summer camp plan, and secure academic enrichment for their children. This need is all the more urgent for the one in five families who have a child who struggles with a learning disability.

Lee Pesky Learning Center Provides Pathways to Literacy for English Language Learners

Bellevue, Idaho—For young children, summertime brings the promise of longer days, playtime with friends, and an opportunity to enjoy simply being a kid. For parents, it can be a time where creativity is applied to navigate childcare, craft a summer camp plan, and secure academic enrichment for their children. This need is all the more urgent for the one in five families who have a child who struggles with a learning disability.

Dutch Bros Brews Meaningful Donation for Lee Pesky Learning Center

Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) is accustomed to receiving gifts from those whom they serve on a daily basis—a magical ‘aha’ moment experienced during a teacher training, a milestone reached by a student, or confidence gained in a counseling session. However, on February 16, 2022, LPLC received a surprise contribution from a community member who had never received services at the center.