Thomas Woznicki “Golf Records” Alibi and “Falsified Documents”

Thomas Woznicki “Golf Records” Alibi and “Falsified Documents” The first two pages appear to contain selected portions of a “grievance arbitration” document associated with Thomas Woznicki and the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. The text on the second page appears to suggest that Mr. Woznicki may have used “golf records” as his alibi, even though he was apparently the “President” of the organization that produced the records. It is unclear whether Thomas Woznicki’s position as President of the Hammond Golf Club could have potentially allowed him to fabricate or falsify the “golf records” that may have functioned as his alibi. The Boscobel School Board Minutes document on the third page mentions Thomas Woznicki and appears to reference “falsified documents” and “misrepresented” funds. The remaining pages appear to contain a series of emails, several of which were sent by Thomas Woznicki, pertaining to the documents in question.

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Thomas Woznicki vs. Dennis Erickson Court Filing (September 1995)

Thomas Woznicki vs. Dennis Erickson Court Filing (September 1995) This document in the case of Thomas Woznicki vs. Dennis Erickson was filed with the Wisconsin Supreme Court on September 15, 1995. The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling in the case of Woznicki v. Erickson established the “Woznicki Notice” precedent, which gives public employees in Wisconsin the right to challenge the release of certain public records.

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Thomas Woznicki Photograph from 1980s (Former Wisconsin Teacher and Superintendent)

Thomas Woznicki Photograph from 1980s (Former Wisconsin Teacher and Superintendent) This photograph of Thomas Woznicki was taken during the 1980s. Thomas Woznicki has been employed with several school districts in Wisconsin as a teacher and, more recently, as the Superintendent of the Florence County and Boscobel school districts in Wisconsin.

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Thomas Woznicki Personnel Records (New Richmond, Wisconsin School District)

Thomas Woznicki Personnel Records (New Richmond, Wisconsin School District) This document contains selected portions of Thomas Woznicki’s personnel file obtained from the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. The complete file is more than two hundred pages in length and may be obtained from the school district upon request. The release of the complete file was disputed in the Wisconsin Supreme Court case of Thomas Woznicki v. Dennis Erickson. The Woznicki v. Erickson ruling established the “Woznicki Rule” precedent, which gives public employees in Wisconsin the right to challenge the release of certain public records after receiving a “Woznicki Notice.” The more recent case of Thomas Woznicki v. Jeff Moberg also pertained to Thomas Woznicki’s personnel records from the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district.

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THOMAS WOZNICKI PERSONNEL RECORDS (NEW RICHMOND, WI SCHOOL DISTRICT)

THOMAS WOZNICKI PERSONNEL RECORDS (NEW RICHMOND, WI SCHOOL DISTRICT) This document contains selected portions of Thomas Woznicki’s personnel file obtained from the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. Certain documents have been omitted due to potentially disturbing and/or graphic content pertaining to allegations of misconduct. The complete file may be obtained from the school district upon request. The release of the complete file was disputed in the Wisconsin Supreme Court case of Thomas Woznicki v. Dennis Erickson. The Woznicki v. Erickson ruling established the “Woznicki Rule” precedent, which gives public employees in Wisconsin the right to challenge the release of certain public records after receiving a “Woznicki Notice.” The more recent case of Thomas Woznicki v. Jeff Moberg also pertained to Thomas Woznicki’s personnel records from the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district.

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Thomas Woznicki Letters re: Formal Reprimand (New Richmond, WI School District)

Thomas Woznicki Letters re: Formal Reprimand (New Richmond, WI School District) This document contains two letters written and signed by Thomas Woznicki, a former teacher at the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. The letters include references to a “formal reprimand.”

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THOMAS WOZNICKI DISMISSALS (THREE DIFFERENT WISCONSIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS)

THOMAS WOZNICKI DISMISSALS (THREE DIFFERENT WISCONSIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS) This document appears to indicate that Thomas Woznicki was asked to leave the New Richmond (pages 23-28), Florence County (pages 57-59), and Boscobel (pages 64-69) school districts in Wisconsin. The contents of the document span a timeframe of approximately two decades (20 years). The New Richmond, Wisconsin school district filed a License Review Referral with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Bureau for Teacher Education, Licensing, and Placement during April of 1994 (page 13). Twenty years later (April 2014), Thomas Woznicki was apparently still employed in Wisconsin’s public school system as the Superintendent of the Boscobel, Wisconsin school district. It is unclear what actions, if any, the Wisconsin DPI licensing bureau has taken related to the apparent decisions made by the three aforementioned school districts.

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Thomas Woznicki Dismissals (THREE Different School Districts in Wisconsin)

Thomas Woznicki Dismissals (THREE Different School Districts in Wisconsin) This document appears to indicate that Thomas Woznicki was asked to leave the New Richmond (pages 23-28), Florence County (pages 59-61), and Boscobel (pages 67-72) school districts in Wisconsin. The contents of the document span a timeframe of approximately two decades (20 years). The New Richmond, Wisconsin school district filed a License Review Referral with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Bureau for Teacher Education, Licensing, and Placement during April of 1994 (page 13). Twenty years later (April 2014), Thomas Woznicki was apparently still employed in Wisconsin’s public school system as the Superintendent of the Boscobel, Wisconsin school district. It is unclear what actions, if any, the Wisconsin DPI licensing bureau has taken related to the apparent decisions made by the three aforementioned school districts.

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