Join LPLC's Alumni Network!

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Julianne came to LPLC in the 1st grade.  Today, she’s a graduate of Whitman College  and is currently enrolled in a doctoral program  at University of Oregon in School Psychology.

 

In the past 20 years, we’ve worked together with you and 2,500 other students and families  to understand and overcome your obstacles to learning. This network was created for alumni and family to  stay in touch, share accomplishments, and keep you up to date on Center news, events, and LPLC programs that benefit people with learning disabilities.  Join us!

If you have questions or would prefer to reach out over the phone, please call Israel Catz, LPLC’s Executive Director at (208) 577-1102. We look forward to learning and sharing with you!

Alumni Stories

Will  

William Young“My parents brought me to LPLC as a struggling 5th  grader. I was scared, discouraged, and mad at the world. I could not account for the differences between my perceived capabilities and the work I was actually producing.  LPLC provided me with a remarkable gift: it gave me the tools to become the person I am today. The person I always knew I was.”

““ Will is a 29-year-old attorney living and working in Boise, ID. He was recently appointed to sit on LPLC’s board of directors.

Julianne

“Lee Pejuliannesky Learning Center saved my life. I came to Lee Pesky due to many academic difficulties in the first grade. Coming to the Center allowed me to have a safe place to learn to read without the fear of isolation or stigma. The center helped me adopt critical life skills such as self-confidence, discipline, and time management at an age when most children only begin to pick out matching outfits.

I am overwhelmed by emotion when trying to express my gratitude to the individuals who have helped me and dedicate themselves to Lee Pesky Learning Center. Thank you for helping me achieve my dreams.”

““ Julianne is a graduate of Whitman College and is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at University of Oregon in school psychology.