Thomas Woznicki vs. Brian Johnston (New Richmond, Wisconsin)
This is the Summons and Complaint from a lawsuit that Thomas Woznicki filed in 2011, seeking to prevent the release of his personnel records maintained by the New Richmond, Wisconsin 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.”
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.
Thomas Woznicki and Florence County, Wisconsin School Board Minutes
This document contains School Board Minutes obtained from the Florence County, Wisconsin school district. Note the “Closed Session” Minutes for the School Board meeting held on April 22, 2013, on the third page.
Thomas Woznicki and Florence County, WI School District Records Compilation
This document contains various records obtained from the Florence County, Wisconsin school district. Note the email from School Board President Jim Churchill to Superintendent Thomas Woznicki sent on April 23, 2013, along with the subsequent series of emails. Also note the email sent on November 16, 2012 and the email sent by current Superintendent Ben Niehaus on June 2, 2015.