Jerry Lubos is glad to call Franklin another one of his homes. Moving from Dallas-Fort Worth, Jerry is enjoying his new life in the mountains of Western North Carolina. He arrives having spent five years at his previous EL school developing a Humanities curriculum in the middle school grades, collaborating in several learning expeditions, and modeling EL practices with students. The transition has been smooth at FSI as he feels it is a mix of the familiar and the new.
Jerry holds a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Social Studies. He also holds a minor in Japanese from the University of North Texas. He enjoys sharing his passion for learning and interacting with the world with students and guiding them to be proactively engaged citizens in their community. In teaching history and geography, it is the stories that are told and shared and the relationships that are made and strengthened that resonate in his classroom.
You can find Jerry outside of school on hiking trails soaking in the many sights and sounds; strolling around downtown Asheville; or at home cooking, gaming, and steadily adding to his Netflix queue. He wonders where the time goes!