Warning Letter to Students Format

Sample warning letter for students from school principal or teacher to warn them about absents, misbehavior, bad attitude etc.

Warning Letter to Students For Absences

To,
Mr. George Bush,
S/o Martin Bush,

Dear student,

I am writing this letter on the behalf of our honorable principle who personally look after all the matter which directly or indirectly related to the discipline. You have been absent for quiet some days from the institute and also didn’t show up in the student meeting with the advisor. You have to come up in student advisor office with a valid reason of not attending the college otherwise you will be expelled. This is your last warning and after that no excuses will be listening from you. I hope you will take this letter of warning seriously.

I will see you in the office. I am expecting you there on the coming working day.

Regards,

Frank Underwood.
Student Advisor

Warning Letter that Must be General

To,
The concerned person, High school system, LA

Respected sir,

We would like to inform you that the reputation and discipline of our institute is on of higher priority and one must obey them in order to be a part of our institute.

  1. You must be at time.
  2. You must wear proper uniform.
  3. No cell phones allowed during school.
  4. Attendance must be 80%.
  5. No fights or misbehaving

These general rules must be followed by everyone to avoid any worst situation. We wish you good luck.

From,

Management team, High school system

LA

Warning Letter to Students Format
Warning Letter to Students Format

Warning Letter to Students

To,
Mr. Mark Will, O 2, Kingston College

Dear student,

We are writing this letter in order to inform you about your short attendance in classes and we are afraid to inform you that if your attendance will be less than 75 % then you will not be allowed to give your final examination. It is an alarming and a serious situation for you. We expect you to raise your attendance if you want to appear in the examination.

Regards

Student affairs department

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