User talk:Greg Comlish

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Hello Greg Comlish, and welcome to Wikipedia! Here are some recommended guidelines to help you get involved. Please feel free to contact me if you need help with anything. Best of luck and happy editing! WillMak050389 03:22, 15 July 2006 (UTC)
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you must be mistaken according to the files i read LAHS did NOT pass Ayp in 2007 i dont know where your getting your sources from but there wrong!

and its Not a Constant AYP school


Los Alamos Changed districts in 1991 to 2AAA a THREE A SCHOOL!

in 2000 they cahnged back to 2AAAA FOUR A SCHOOL! but for X-contry and Basketball the numbers of student population didnt meet the numbers for AAAA there fore in LATE 2001 they changed in full to 2AAAA i know i have lived here for years! do u live here? cuz if u dont u have no buisness telling me that!

and stop putting those CLEAN up and CITATION NEEDED boxes on articles it looks TRASHY if u dont like the article CLEAN IT UP YOURSELF and lastly Everything on the EVHS IS ACURATE AND RAN BY THE STUDENT DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP


True, True Greg sorry for removing those citation tags. However they have been restored! :) thanks for helping us along the way making EVHS a better article!!

Martinez07 Chat :) 08:52, MT 27 March 2008 (UTC)

Re: JFK Memorial picture on Flickr[edit]

Greg, I have changed the license of the picture you commented on to one that is compatible with what you are planning to use the picture for. You are welcome to use it! Please let me know if you need perhaps a higher resolution version or a re-scan (as this picture was scanned from a B&W negative). Again, here's the image link: [1].

Michelle Rhee[edit]

Greg Comlish, you might want to take a look at Michelle Rhee and

Edits by Fishicus and anonymous editors have removed the entire controversy over test scores.

I reverted them, for the reasons given in Talk, but I expect someone will be deleting them again. Your input would be useful. --Nbauman (talk) 02:45, 23 February 2013 (UTC)