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-- 16:00, 16 August 2013 (CDT) Hi Schulzktsd15,

Thank you for your edits to the Tomahawk School District, Wisconsin page. Unfortunately, I had to revert your edits because some of the information you provided did not contain references. In the "Introduction" section and "Leadership/ School board" section, there was information added without a reference to where the information came from. If you could add the information with the proper citations, that would be much appreciated. Thank you! SamanthaS 13:41, 18 November 2013 (CST)


Hi Samantha,


So how do I revert your revert when I come up with the data that was missing, cause this was the next thing I was to add. Just had time to put in what I did. And if you look at http://ballotpedia.org/Milwaukee_Public_Schools,_Wisconsin they don’t reference where they got their data...


Thanks


TomJx wrote:
Hi! I don't use such commas myself, but that was a direct quote taken from their own website. In such cases, I leave their spelling, grammar and punctuation as is.


TomJx wrote:
I meant to thank you for creating the Talk pages for the new articles. After I saw that, I took care of it for the new article I created yesterday, and will do that in future.


Drdaviss wrote:

Thank you. That was a much gentler way of putting someone's passing away.

Drdaviss (talk) 22:22, 15 March 2014 (CDT)
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