Thursday, October 03, 2013

Learning center opens its doors in old South Omaha library building

This center has classes for immigrants with children ages 4-7 in public school. It will enable the parents to help their kids with school work and working with their teachers.   - - Donna Poisl

By Joe Dejka / World-Herald staff writer

The Learning Community officially opens its newly renovated South Omaha learning center today.

The 7,000-square-foot building provides triple the classroom space for teaching adult immigrants the skills they need to help their children succeed in school.

With its simple exterior, original brick walls and bright, airy interior, the building gives the Learning Community a long-­term presence in the commercial and cultural heart of Omaha's Latino community.
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