Staff

 
img_2541 Mrs. Cascio Principal jcascio@kusd.edu I have been working in education since 2001. My degrees include a Bachelor of Science in Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University. I have taught at the elementary level for 11 years at Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary a Gifted and Talented International Baccalaureate (IB) World School in Racine, WI. While a teacher, I worked as a Juvenile Crisis counselor for Kenosha Human Development Services for 10 years. In 2012, I became the IB Coordinator and in 2013 the Principal at Jefferson Lighthouse. In 2015, I was appointed to the position of Directing Principal at McKinley Middle and International Baccalaureate World School in Racine, WI. I am delighted to now be serving as the Principal of Forest Park Elementary. I have three lovely girls and a wonderful husband that are also part of the Forest Park Family. I look forward to the amazing work ahead of us to ensure students achieve academic, social, and emotional success.
img_2494_2 Mrs. Boscher 4K tboscher@kusd.edu  My name is Tracy Boscher and I became a teacher in 1991. I have taught second grade, Kindergarten and now Preschool. I earned my Bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin Parkside and my Masters degree from National Louis University. I am married to my husband Chris and we have two children, Libby and Jack. I also have 2 dogs, both black labs. Some things I enjoy doing are reading, scrapbooking, cardmaking and walking. I believe that each child learns at his or her own pace and that childhood should be a journey, not a race.
Mrs. Cook 4K ycook@kusd.edu
 1058483  Mrs. Lembke-Windler 4K nlembkew@kusd.edu  Hi! I’m Teacher Nancy (Nancy Lembke-Windler). I am passionate that students with special education needs and students in general education should learn together in inclusive classrooms. I have been working toward this goal my entire teaching career. I am excited that this is my second year of teaming up with Tracy Boscher, general education teacher, and Jane Moddes, special education assistant, to create a preschool inclusive classroom that brings out the best in each student. Our curriculum is play-based, because children learn through play. Our classroom is a busy, fun place where students learn and explore and make friends at their own pace. I have been preparing for this dream since my first volunteer job as a camp counselor at Camp Wil-O-Way way back in 1965. I became a Registered Occupational Therapist in 1973 and received my certification to teach special education and regular education grades preschool through kindergarten in 1992. I received a Master’s Degree in 2003. A lot of my continuing education has focused on children with autism. I love data and building a relationship with my students and their families. My favorite week is when my family rents cabins in the north woods, and my three children and four grandkids are together, nurturing relationships and making memories.
 img_2502  Mrs. Beistle Kindergarten  ebeistle@kusd.edu
 img_2527  Mrs. Garbie Kindergarten  mgarbie@kusd.edu
 img_2538  Mrs. Reiter Kindergarten  dreiter@kusd.edu It has been my pleasure working in education since 1990. My degrees include a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education with an early childhood emphasis. In 2006, I received my Master of Science in Teacher Leadership from Carthage College. I have been teaching kindergarten for 22 years with 20 of them at Forest Park Elementary School. I was a Reading Recovery Advocate (tutor) for first graders for seven years here at Forest Park. In addition, I was a math tutor for first and second graders for many years after school. I served as a cultural competency facilitator for four years. I was a Site Based Action Team member for a couple of years. In addition, I served on the Math Committee for the past two years. Also, for the past two years, I have been on the PBIS committee. Outside of school, for the past nine years, I have been a fundraiser for my son’s elementary school serving as the auction chair and serving on the Education Board. Additionally, I am the Secretary of the Westosha Booster Club at Central High School. For fun, I enjoy watching my three son’s play basketball and baseball while my husband coaches them. Forest Park is a wonderful school with excellent teachers and staff. It is a pleasure working here with the parents, students and staff of Forest Park.
 img_2517  Ms. Brand 1st Grade  abrand@kusd.edu  This is my 23 year teaching, I received my Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from UW-Stout and my Master’s degree in Teaching Leadership from St. Xavier. Prior to coming to coming to Forest Park, I taught Kindergarten for 18 years at Jefferson Elementary. I came to Forest Park 5 years ago as the Learning Facilitator. I then taught Kindergarten for a year and then looped with my students to 1st grade. I love teaching young children and forming positive relationships with them. The greatest reward is seeing former students and having them tell me how much they loved being in my class. When I’m not teaching, I like to spend time with my family. I have 2 boys, ages 12 and 14. We love traveling to Door County every summer and Phoenix in the Spring.
 img_2506  Mrs. Miller 1st Grade chmiller@kusd.edu  I have been an educator since 1998. I graduated from UW-Whitewater in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders. During graduate school, I discovered my passion for working with young children and decided to pursue a career in elementary education. I taught 4th grade in Deerfield, WI for a year, 1st grade at St. Mary’s for a year, and I taught 1st grade for five years at Jefferson before taking two years off after having my twin daughters. Upon returning to Jefferson, I taught 3rd grade, 2nd grade, and most recently, Early Education for the past four years. I have a son and twin daughters whom I love to spend time with. I love knitting, cooking and baking, and dancing in my spare time.
   Ms. Hackbarth 2nd Grade  jhackbar@kusd.edu
img_2513  Mrs. Masaka 2nd Grade  jmasaka@kusd.edu
img_2511  Mrs. Perugini 2nd Grade  jperugin@kusd.edu  I am happy to say that this is my 31st year of teaching at Forest Park Elementary School! I taught eight years in first grade and now 23 years in second grade. I attended Kenosha public schools. In fact, I was a student at Forest Park from Kindergarten through fourth grade. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. I also received my Master of Science in Teacher Leadership from Carthage College. I have also been trained on being a cooperating teacher, and have had the pleasure of working with several student teachers over the years. In addition, I have tutored several students over the years in reading and math. When I am not at school I enjoy spending time with my family. I have a husband and two daughters, 27 and 24. I also have my little dog, Millie, that I look forward to seeing at the end of the day! I enjoy riding my bike, exercising with Mrs. Brinkman, spending time with family and friends, knitting, and crocheting. Forest Park has been my home for most of my life. I look forward to being with my students each day and bringing out the best in them. I try to make learning fun and take great pride in their accomplishments. Forest Park is a wonderful community of staff, students, and families.
img_2521 Mrs. Brinkman 3rd Grade  sbrinkma@kusd.edu  This year is the beginning of my 34th year in teaching. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from UW-Parkside in 1982. I earned my Master’s degree from Carthage College in counseling. I started teaching in Racine at St Joseph’s school. I taught 3rd grade there for three years. I then joined Kenosha Unified in 1985. I taught 1st and 3rd grade for tens years at Wilson Elementary. In 1995 I moved to Forest Park, where I’ve continued to teach 3rd grade. I have been on numerous committees over the years. In my free time I love to be active at the YMCA, walking, and biking. I enjoy watching the Badger’s and Packer’s games. My husband and I have one grown daughter. She works in the field of computer programming. I truly enjoy working with the students at Forest Park and working with such an amazing staff.
img_2540 Mrs. Coniker 3rd Grade kconiker@kusd.edu 
img_2522 Mrs. Larkin 3rd Grade vlarkin@kusd.edu While working at Western Publishing Company, I was involved in planning children’s coloring and activity books. After working in the publishing field for several years I decided I wanted to work more directly with children and become a teacher. As a teacher, I try to help children acquire a love for learning. I let them know when they enter my classroom they can succeed. Most of my life, I too have been a student, I have completed an entrepreneurial training and consulting certification. I also have a reading teacher certification, a Master of Science degree in journalism, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications. My husband and I also have our own business teaching the game of chess to students in both the Racine and Milwaukee school districts. My son is also a Bilingual teacher at Rogers Street Academy in Milwaukee. As a child my parents and teachers instilled the importance of education in me. They helped me to develop a love for reading and learning. I’m constantly eager to learn something new. As a parent, I know the expectations, hopes, and dreams I have for my child, and I wish the same for the children that I teach. I try to be a teacher that makes learning fun. A teacher who in the long run makes a difference in a child’s life.
img_2505 Mrs. Larson 4th Grade  tlarson@kusd.edu  WOW!!! I’m excited to be at Forest Park School teaching with a great staff and wonderful children for the past 28 years. I’ve taught first and second grades, but the majority of my teaching has been in fourth grade. I graduated from UW Parkside with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Elementary Education. I have also extended my education with a Master’s Degree focusing on creative writing from National Louis University. I have a family that is very important to me. I’m married to my husband, Tony, and we have two wonderful children – my daughter, Tara, and my son, Tanner. Our newest addition is a curious puppy named Tucker! The many activities I enjoy include – biking, playing volleyball, cooking, baking, reading, shopping, scrapbooking, and exercising. However, spending time with family is my most enjoyable activity! My passion is working with children and watching them grow and gain the confidence to become independent learners everyday!
Olshefski Mrs. Olshefski 4th Grade  rolshefs@kusd.edu
img_2498 Mrs. Rizzuto 4th Grade  mrizzuto@kusd.edu My teaching career began in Indiana, after graduating from Ball State University with aBachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. I earned my Master’s Degree in Education from Viterbo University in LaCrosse. This year begins my 31st year of teaching, and my 18th year as a Forest Park 4th Grade teacher. I have now taught all levels of students, between 3 years and 11 years old. In addition, I have participated in numerous educational trainings and committees, was a 7th Grade Cheerleading Coach, Soccer Club Team manager, Home & School Teacher Representative for 4 years, and have attended almost every Athletic event for my own children. My husband and I have 3 grown children now, and 9 grandchildren, so we are still attending school functions and soccer games. I feel so fortunate to have joined the Forest Park Family!
img_2530 Mrs. Allen 5th Grade tallen@kusd.edu   I received my Bachelor’s Degree in both Education and Psychology from UW-Parkside, and a Masters Degree in Curriculum Development and Instruction from National Louis University. I taught at St. George Catholic School for a year before joining the KUSD family at Washington Middle School where I taught Math and English. After three years, I transferred to Columbus Elementary School where I taught third and fourth grades for more than twenty years. After Columbus closed, I chose to join Bullen Middle School as an English and Social Studies teacher. Wanting to get back into elementary curriculum and instruction, I then transferred to Forest Park where I am in my third year of teaching fifth graders. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, reading, walking, car shows and spending time with family and friends. Most importantly, my passion is helping all students reach their full potential.
Gotz Mr. Gotz 5th Grade  cgotz@kusd.edu  I received my Bachelors Degree in English from Marquette Univeristy in 2000. Upon graduation, I began my career in the Office of Student Life at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In 2008, I completed my Initial Teacher Certification at Cardinal Stritch Univerity. I began my teaching career at Columbus Elementary School. After Columbus closed, I went to All Saints Catholic School in Kenosha and taught 5th grade for four years. In 2013, I received my Master’s Degree in Teaching (MAT Program) at Cardinal Stritch University. In 2015, I was hired at Forest Park to be a 1st grade teacher, and this year I moved back to 5th grade. When I am not at school, my wife and I enjoy attending our three sons’ various soccer, baseball, and basketball games!
img_2524 Mrs. Prior 5th Grade hprior@kusd.edu   I am a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in German Cultural Studies (French Minor) and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. In addition, I earned a Master’s Degree in Differentiated Instruction for at Risk Learners from Marian University in Fond du Lac. I am currently working on certification for the Gifted and Talented throught the University of Wisconsin Whitewater. My background in education includes serving as the Forest Park Instructional Coach 2012 – 2016. I previously taught at Jefferson Elementary for 16 years as a fifth grade classroom teacher. I have also taught 3rd, 4th and 6th grades and museum workshops on Space Education. I have several years experience as a restaurant manager and worked as the Executive Secretary for the Wisconsin Restaurant Association. I spend summers living off the grid in Northern Ontario, Canada with my husband who runs a tourist camp. (I am an avid fisherman and summer hostess!) In the colder months, my husband runs back and forth between Kenosha, Western Canada and Alaska to work as a well site geologist. I am also the mother of a lovely daughter who resides in Burbank, California.
img_2532 Mrs. Anderson Social Work banderso@kusd.edu I work in a dual capacity role at Forest Park. I have a Master’s Degree in School Social Work from U.W. Madison so I am the School Social Worker but I also work in the role of School Counselor at Forest Park. I am starting my 10th year working for Kenosha Unified and my 5th year at Forest Park School. Forest Park has always held a special place in my heart since this was my elementary school as a child. In my first four years in Kenosha Unified, I worked at a number of schools and sometimes moved between three schools in one year. It was like coming home when I was moved to Forest Park. Working in one school, has allowed me to see families and children grow and has been a wonderful experience. One of the best parts of my job is the variety of experiences that I get working the dual role at Forest Park. I am able to go into the classrooms to teach a Guidance Lesson each month but then I also get the opportunity to work with children in small groups and one to one. I am also happy to be the Internal Coach for the PBIS program at Forest Park which has provided me with a number of great experiences. Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my two children, my husband, and I can’t forget my two dogs.
Mr. Bell Special Education  dbell@kusd.edu
Hello! I received my Associates Degree from the College of Lake County in IL, my Bachelor of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science from National-Louis University. I then went on to receive my Master of Arts in Teaching from the National College of Education. I have worked for many businesses and at many schools. Here in Kenosha, I have worked at Nash Elementary, Mahone Middle, Hillcrest School, Stocker Elementary, and now I call Forest Park Elementary my home. I also work as a therapist for children with disabilities. When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my family, dogs, and lizards. I am from Chicago so I am a Cubs/Sox/Bears/Bulls/Hawks fan. However, I have been persuaded to root for the Brewers and Packers, when they’re not playing against Chicago!
Mr. Biehn Program Support jbiehn@kusd.edu  My name is Jake Biehn and I am entering my 5th year as Forest Park’s Special Education Program Support Teacher.  I graduated with my Bachelor’s Degree (2003) and Master’s Degree (2008) from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.  I am entering my 13th year working in Kenosha Unified.   Prior to taking this position, I served as a Special Education Teacher for 8 years at the Elementary Level.  I have a 10 year old son and 7 year old daughter who keep us busy with sports, dancing and building lego sets!  My lovely wife of 12 years is a special education teacher employed in Kenosha County.  I look forward for the continued opportunity to support our students with special needs at Forest Park Elementary.  My goal is to work closely with Forest Park families and students to ensure growth both educationally and personally, allowing our students succeed far beyond their time with us.
img_2548 Mrs. Capobianco Educational Assistant rcapobia@kusd.edu
Mrs. Ewens Occupational Therapy kewens@kusd.edu  I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. My work experience includes working in a Hospital Setting for 8 years and then 29 years at Kenosha Unified School District servicing elementary, middle, and high school students. My goals are to collaborate/consult with staff & families to focus on the whole child; foster a love for learning through multi-sensory activities; promote functional independence for students; help regulate emotions and body awareness. I have been happily married for 33 years to my husband, Jeff, and have two wonderful children: a boy and a girl. My daughter is married and works as an Early Childhood Educator. My son lives in Denver, Colorado and works in finance. My hopes and beliefs are to work on creating relationships with students, families, and staff to foster a fun, learning environment for all students to succeed.
Mr. Freeman Technology Support tfreeman@kusd.edu  Although I have been working with technology for many years, I am a recent graduate of Herzing University – Kenosha. I earned my Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology. This is my first year with the school district and I am enjoying it very much. I will end my short bio with a helpful haiku: ‘Chaos reigns within. Reflect, repent, and reboot. Order shall return.’
Mrs. Garcia Educational Assistant jgarcia@kusd.edu
vicki Mrs. Gifford Instructional Coach vgifford@kusd.edu
I am a graduate of UW-Parkside and earned my Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and Psychology. I taught at Washington Middle School, Roosevelt Elementary, and then became a district Math Resource teacher. I received my Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from UW-Milwaukee and received my Administration Certification through Cardinal Stritch University. I left KUSD and became a Math Coordinator at Lake County Educational Services and most recently was the district math coach in Zion, Illinois. I am thrilled to join the Forest Park family this year as the building Instructional Coach. My hobbies include camping with my family, taking walks by the lake, and supporting my two daughters in their sporting endeavors.
music Mrs. Gordon Music kgordon@kusd.edu  This is my 35th year of teaching music, and I love it even more now than when I began!  I graduated from Luther College in 1981 with majors in Music and French, and minors in English, Religion, and Scandinavian Studies.  In the summer, I live on Washington Island, where I teach Scandinavian folk dancing, direct a children’s music camp, and work with a young man with autism as his lead therapist.  In my spare time, I enjoy choreographing musicals, singing in choir, reading, and any kind of water sport, and spending time with my family and friends.  I love to cook and bake, and have a golden retriever and two cats.  My husband teaches at Gateway Tech, and my two children, Ben and Elizabeth, are finishing up their college degrees.  I believe you never stop learning, and there is always something wonderful and exciting to discover.  Someday, I’d like to have sheep and learn to spin and weave.
Mrs. Hanspal LAP rhanspal@kusd.edu
I was born and raised in Kenosha and attended Forest Park as a child.  My parents have called me a professional student many times.  I enjoy learning and going back to school, to be the best teacher I can be.  I earned a biology degree from UW-Parkside in 2004. I worked for one year at the Medical College of Wisconsin, doing biological research. Then, in 2005, I began substitute teaching for KUSD and loved it.  In 2007, I earned an elementary/middle school certification from Carthage College and began teaching full time.  I earned my masters in education in Teacher Leadership in 2009, my reading license in 2010 and my ESL license in 2014.  Who knows what I will learn next?!
I was married in 2015 to my wonderful husband, Harry.  We welcomed our daughter, Grace, in July of this year.  She is truly amazing. She teaches me new things every day.  I love reading to her and making her laugh.  It warms my heart to make her happy.
In my free time, I enjoy walking my crazy dog, Billie, and reading.  I’m in a book club with my oldest friends, most of whom are teachers.  I have read hundreds of books, but my favorite is still From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg.  I can’t wait to share it with Grace!
knapp Mrs. Knapp Library sknapp@kusd.edu
Mrs. Laudonio Interventions llaudoni@kusd.edu
 img_2509 Miss Librizzi Special Education  klibrizz@kusd.edu
Mr. Lomax Physical Education  jlomax@kusd.edu
Mrs. McDonald Physical Education  bmcdonal@kusd.edu
Mrs. Moddes 4K Educational Assistant  jmoddes@kusd.edu  I grew up in Kenosha and graduated from Kenosha Unified School District in 1975.  From there I attended the University of Wisconsin – Parkside and Gateway College.  I have worked in early childhood for 27 years.  I began by working in local day care centers and for the past 21 years I have been an ESP in the early childhood program at KUSD.  While working for KUSD I have been able to earn my CDA and have been honored with a Certificate of Distinguished Service in 2004 by my colleagues.

I am a mother of two adult children, a son-in-law and a loyal hound dog.  In my spare time I enjoy reading, gardening and taking walks.

I hope to be able to teach academics, social skills and self care to early childhood students for years to come.  My students will continue to teach me a life is full of possibilities.

Mrs. Myrum Music  kmyrum@kusd.edu
 nohr Ms. Nohr Art  mnohr@kusd.edu  In 2001, I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education preK-Grade 12 at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. I taught art to grades 7-12 for 2 years in northern Wisconsin before moving to Scranton, Pennsylvania for Graduate School. I received a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Marywood University there in 2006, then returned to Wisconsin. During the past ten years, I have taught Elementary Art, Middle School Art, High School Special Education, and Elementary Technology as a contracted teacher, and nearly every subject and grade level as a substitute teacher. Almost every summer since 2004 I have taught art to students in grades K-12 at French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts in Hancock, NY. This past summer, I taught summer school art near my hometown in Waupaca County, Wisconsin, before relocating to work for the Kenosha Unified School District. I am now teaching art at Forest Park and Jefferson elementary schools. When I am not in school I enjoy creating sculptures, making things out of leather, sewing costumes, hiking, and fixing computers.
Mr. Pacetti Physical Education  tpacetti@kusd.edu I graduated from UW-Whitewater in 1990 with a degree in Physical Education and Health. I live in Kenosha with my family Sue, Andrew, and Brianna. Sue is teacher at Tremper High School and both Andrew and Brianna are students at Tremper. I have coached tennis at Tremper for the last 24 years and own a small business called The Kenosha Tennis Club which gives summer tennis lessons to all age and ability level students. This is my 27th year teaching in KUSD and I feel extremely lucky to be doing something that I truely love to do. When I’m not teaching or coaching you will see me outdoors in the beautiful northwoods of Eagle River WI. or enjoying one of my children’s volleyball, basketball or tennis contests. My goal is not only to teach fundamentals in all areas of Physical Education, but to also motovate students to become happy and healthy for a lifetime.
img_2536 Ms. Peters Special Education  lpeters@kusd.edu  Leslie Peters is a certified teacher in the area of special education with a Master of Arts in Reading from Northeastern University.  As a special educator for fifteen years, she has worked extensively with students with various learning abilities.  She is trained in a research-based literacy program including The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Writing Project.  Leslie is committed to building a strong professional learning community that advocates for children.
 img_2537 Mrs. Santelli  Speech  asantell@kusd.edu  I graduated from the University of Illinois-Champaign in 1992 with a Masters in Speech and Hearing Science.  I began my career in the medical field and then began to work in the field of education during the 1999-2000 school year.  I have worked in many of the Kenosha elementary schools and this is my second year on staff at Forest Park Elementary.  While completeing my Master’s degree I became a firefighter/paramedic with the Village of Pleasant Prairie and worked for the village for 26+ years  until my retirement in the summer of 2015.  My husband and I have a teenage daughter and two grade school sons.  I love interacting with students and families and am looking forward to a fabulous year of learning
 Mrs. Scarmado  Art  kscarmad@kusd.edu  Hello there!  I am Ms. Scarmardo, one of the new art teachers at Forest Park.  I teach at Forest Park on Tuesdays and teach the rest of the week at Brass Community School.  I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1989 from Minneapolis College of Art and Design.  I received my teaching credentials from Carthage College and Master’s Degree from National Louis University in Curriculum and Instruction.  I taught in the early 90’s in Highland Park, IL before taking a “teaching break” to stay home with my young children.  I have been teaching in Kenosha Unified since 2000.  I have taught elementary art in many buildings over the years including Jane Vernon, KSOL, Durkee, Lincoln, EBSOLA, Jefferson and currently….Brass and Forest Park.  I have had a wonderful time getting to know your students and sharing with them my passion for art.  When I am not teaching….I am busy being mom to my 3 children.  I have a son  at U.W. Plattteville,  and a son and daughter at Bradford.
 Mrs. Sterling  Library  lsterlin@kud.edu I am an attorney who retired to become a stay-at-home mom.  I had been an active volunteer, serving as Secretary and Co-Treasurer of the Forest Park School Association (FPSA).  In 2013, I welcomed the opportunity to return to work as Forest Park’s Library Assistant. Libraries are one of my favorite places – I love books and reading.  Lois Ehlert is a favorite author and illustrator of mine.  In my free time I enjoy knitting, scrapbooking and cheering on the Packers.  My husband and I have one son and we enjoy traveling and hanging out together.   We recently welcomed Chester, an orange tabby kitten, to our home. What I liked most about the practice of law was the chance to help people solve their problems.  So if you have a problem finding a good book, come see me for a suggestion!
 Mrs. Torres  LAP  dtorres@kusd.edu  Hi! I am Maggie Torres, and I have been teaching English as a Second Language for more than ten years in Kenosha Unified. I earned a Bachelors degree from the University of Puerto Rico, a teaching certification from Marian University, and a Masters degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. My students are in grades K-5th and they are all incredible kids! I have a wonderful husband of 35 years and an amazing daughter who is a sophomore at UW-Madison. Go Badgers! I teach because I want to make a difference in my students’ lives.
 Mrs. Vanderford  Physical Education  jvanderf@kusd.edu
 img_2534 Mrs. Villalobos  Secretary  dvillalo@kusd.edu
 Mrs. Voigt  Psychologist  kvoigt@kusd.edu  I have been educated as a school psychologist since 1995 with a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology from UW-Milwaukee. I have worked in 13 schools in Kenosha Unified with a mixture of grade levels and programs. I spent my first year in Milwaukee Public Schools. My educational mission is rooted in special education and our abilities to ensure that everyone gets to succeed and progress in school with a focus on academic skills and social/behavioral skills.
 img_2531  Ms. Zigmond  Health Info  rzigmond@kusd.edu