“Woznicki Notice” to Thomas Woznicki (“Woznicki Rule” for WI Public Record Requests)

“Woznicki Notice” to Thomas Woznicki (“Woznicki Rule” for WI Public Record Requests) The letter on the first page is called a “Woznicki Notice” and was sent to Thomas Woznicki on July 12, 2011. Thomas Woznicki subsequently invoked the “Woznicki Rule,” seeking to prevent the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district from releasing his personnel records.

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Thomas Woznicki Photograph (Florence County, Wisconsin School District)

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Thomas Woznicki Middle Name Change (James to Suchomel)

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Thomas Woznicki Address Verification (New Richmond and Boscobel School Districts)

Thomas Woznicki Address Verification (New Richmond and Boscobel School Districts) This document contains a brief email exchange between Thomas Woznicki and Brian Johnston, Business Manager at the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. The email exchange occurred while Mr. Woznicki was the Superintendent of the Boscobel, Wisconsin school district. Note the reason for the address verification specified by Mr. Johnston in the first email, which appears to reference the “Woznicki Rule” notification requirement applicable to public records requests in Wisconsin.

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Thomas Woznicki Dismissal (Boscobel, Wisconsin School District)

Thomas Woznicki Dismissal (Boscobel, Wisconsin School District) Items 1 and 3 on the first page indicate that Thomas Woznicki was asked to leave the Boscobel, Wisconsin school district. Pay close attention to Item 7 on the third page. “Exhibit A” refers to the letter on the last page.

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