Sample letter to school disagreeing with some of its policies

Sample letter to school disagreeing with some of its policies


I am a concerned parent, my two children studying in your school for the past 3 years. I received a circular from the school from my kids yesterday regarding the additional fee of Rs. 1000/- each, termed 'building fund' to be deposited within 3 days’ time.

At the time of admission, I was informed this fee to be a onetime payment; that I understand as a part of donation. But this has continued for the next 2 years, informing the construction of the school building and its renovation work.

I am sorry to say this, but I haven't noticed any construction or renovation work being done for the past 1 year. This is nothing than a money making procedure. Such type of fake reasoning is highly objectionable and unacceptable from an educational institution, who themselves pose as an inappropriate example for their students.

I would like you to stop charging this fee at once; else I would be forced to get my children transferred to some other school, leaving a very bad feedback to others approaching to join your institution.

Awaiting a positive feedback at the earliest.

Thanking you.
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  • Sample letter to school disagreeing with some of its policies -Renita Rodrigues (03/31/14)
  • Sample letter to school disagreeing with some of its policies


    First and foremost, I would like to thank you for your valuable services to St Thomas Academy. I understand that it is a challenging job and your leadership is indeed commendable.

    Basically, I am writing to you to express my disagreement towards a recent change in the school policy regarding recess timings. Previously the break time was for twenty minutes, however now it has been changed to ten minutes.

    This concerns me since ten minutes are hardly sufficient for students to eat and relax. As you may know, recess is necessary to revive and socialize. Students will not be able to play and will have to rush through their eating. I believe this will be a negative influence on them and will hamper their performance.

    Therefore, my kind request to allow students to enjoy their break a little longer.

    Thank you for your time and attention on this issue.

    Await a positive response.

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