Warning Letter for Teacher Misconduct Sample

Warning Letter for Teacher Misconduct Sample. This format to warn the teacher on misconduct on Parent Teacher meeting in school or college.This format letter is valid for all school, academies, colleges and universities for issuing warning letter to the teacher on misconduct.

Sample Warning Letter for Teacher Misconduct

Mr. Perdeep Singh Ashook!

You are a senior teacher of this educational system and you are serving this institute from old time which we should not mention to you as you are well aware of the services you rendered very well to this system.To my utmost disbelief and shock I received a complaint from many parents on the account of this recently passed Parent Teacher Meeting that you were not behaving according to the rules and customs of the PTM. You went on in lengthy and somewhat detailed personal matters of the parents which is by no means a policy of our educational system.

The point is Mr. Perdeep Singh Ashook that if the result of your students were not up to the level then it could not be the responsibility of the parents alone! In our training sessions and workshops you yourself conducted skimmed the idea that in Parent Teacher Meetings teachers are supposed to only stick and move around the main issuing area that is students’ performance whether bad or good and not on the case histories of the students to check where the problem arises that results in poor and weak performance of the student.

This is the first Warning given to you and if you collect three more Warning Letters that we regret we cannot ask for your services anymore.

Lt. Col Sherma Patail
Principal

Date: 29th Aug., 2015.

Warning Letter for Teacher Misconduct Sample
Warning Letter for Teacher Misconduct Sample

Warning letter for Teacher

To,
Madam Ayesha Latif,
Senior School,
Good Field High School,
Karachi, Pakistan.

Subject: Warning letter for Teacher

You are hereby being warned that your absence without prior consent has been noted. It has come to my knowledge that you were informed on a priori basis that you may not take leave from school for two days during the annual examinations. Your absence created inconvenience for the students; it has also been found that the exam paper that you handed in to be conducted had certain semantic errors.
Previously it has been brought to my notice that your conduct towards your peers was not up to the mark. The school administration has high expectations of its staff members and believes that certain behaviors, insults, personal comments are unacceptable. You are being notified that is the last warning
being issued in this regard, further behavior of the like shall not be considered acceptable.

Headmistress,
Madam Nargis Danial,
20 th September, 2016.

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