Franckowiak joins Preston ISU as course instructor
The ISU Preston Outreach Center has hired a new instructor, Robert Franckowiak as an Adult Basic Education instructor for the center. Franckowiak comes with a great deal of teaching experience. He teaches math/physics at Preston High School and is the adjunct instructor at the high school for Idaho State University.
“We are happy to have him on board,” said Sonya Kimball, the customer service representative at ISU Preston Outreach Center. “He brings a lot of teaching experience to our program.”
With the old GED test ending last December, the Preston Outreach Center was able to help 16 people get their GEDs before the new test was put in place.
“Education and change always seem to go hand in hand, and our center is used to change,” Kimball said. “We can help make positive changes in people’s lives.”
The center has programs to help students with reading, writing and math and prepare them to earn their GED. Students or patrons can also improve skills in those areas to get into college or to better their employment.
ISU Preston Outreach Center works with anyone 16 years of age and older and not enrolled with any kind of K-12 school. Adult Basic Education assessments and instruction are free of charge and are offered to help achieve educational goals. The office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 208-852-3566 or stop by the office, at 16 S. 100 W. Suite C in the Oneida Square. Classes are held on Monday and Wednesday evening from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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