Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

WVL PAC seeks to bring parents together to help Wisconsin Virtual Learning to develop and grow as an organization in order to help our children reach their fullest potential. Click here to join Wisconsin Virtual Learning: PAC group!

Jessica Dudzik

dudzik888@nosd.edu | Greetings! I'm Jessica Dudzik. My daughter, Elizabeth is in 6th grade and my son, William is in 4th grade. We live in Southeast Wisconsin in a suburb of Milwaukee. We have been with WVL for a few years and I am excited about this new opportunity to meet and talk with other families about how we can make this school the best school experience for our children. I have some ideas, but I would love to hear yours. Please email me and let's work together to make WVL the place to be.

Leslie Manske

lmanske@nosd.edu | Leslie Manske has been a WVL parent for over 13 years. As a mother of 5 individual children with different learning styles, she truly values the personalized options that a virtual school provides her children. Having experienced every education option on the spectrum, including public, parochial, traditional homeschooling, and virtual learning, she is passionate about providing the right-fit education for every child. Leslie also serves on the WVL Board of Directors.

Yaritza Gonzalez

gonzalez577@nosd.edu | Our family lives in St. Francis in South East Wisconsin. Have 1 child in WVL since she entered school age. I really love our school and love learning and teaching my child. I am happy to be a part of our school’s parent panel to help in any way possible. I feel this is a great opportunity for learning and participating in activities to keep our school great!

Melissa Campsall

My name is Melissa Campsall. My husband and I have three boys ages 8, 11 and 13. We live in Chilton, WI. We have been a part of WVL for 8 years. I've felt a need for this Parent Advisory Council for quite some time and I am excited to be a part of it. I look forward to helping tackle issues such as curriculum, parent's struggles with learning styles of children, time management and much more.

Christina Johnson

My husband Andrew and I have a daughter, Mia, in 7th grade. I work remotely as an Instructional Technologist which has allowed me to support Mia with online learning. I look forward to sharing ideas about student engagement.

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