Warning Letter to Student by School due to Frequent Absentees

Warning Letter to a Student by School due to Frequent Absentees.The aims of education must be directed toward the development of each child’s personality and full potential, preparing children to participate in society and to do work that is rewarding and reasonably remunerative, and to continue learning throughout life. This is a sample easy format letter to warn a student due to frequent absentees by school authorities.

Warning Letter to a Student by School due to Frequent Absentees

Date 12.05.2018
Private and confidential

To,
Mr. Carl.
Street no 5, lake city London

Subject: “warning letter to a student by school due to frequent absentees”

Dear Carl,

I am being issue you a warning letter to your frequent absentees form our school during the test session period of 17.2.2018 to 14.04.2018. This is a serious matter according to our rules and regulation of school and we cannot tolerate it any more.
Through this letter I am informing you that your attendance record is unsatisfactory, and that immediate improvement and action is required. This is your first and last warning letter. Your admission
would be terminated if your attendance will be not improved by 20.05.2018, and if you failed to attend upcoming test sessions you would be not only fined but you would be not promoted to other class. I propose that you would meet in my office with written excuse application with your both parents signature at 17.04.2018. Otherwise you have to come along with your parents to meet me. Because your non serious attitude cannot be facilitate anymore.
You will be acknowledged if you become not only punctual but regular as well as begin to take interest in your studies with determination. I hope positive response from your side. Else a serious action will take place against you which might lead to termination of your admission. You are given another chance because your previous academic record was above average and you have also some positions in extra curriculum activities.

Best Regards,

Mr. McDonald
Academic Director
City High School

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