Warning Notice Letter Format to Students

Sample Warning Notice Letter to Students

[Here briefly describe on Sample Warning Notice Letter to Students. You can follow this sample notice letter to students from the principal or school management to warn the students of the school, college or university, etc. You can modify these sample as your requirement.]

Date…

The students…

Class/Grade name…

School/College/Institute name…

Address…

Sub: Warning Notice to Students

Dear Students,

As you all know that according to the school rules and regulations you are not allowed to use mobile phones in the class. But, several students violated this rule and their teachers have complained about this issue. (Describe in your own words). This is a warning notice for all students of this school to kindly keep your phones silent in classrooms. Anybody who breaks the rule will be punished as described earlier. (Describe actual problem and situation).

However, you can use your phones after the lecture is over, but you can only use outside the class. (Describe all about the situation). I hope that all students will obey this rule and I don’t have to see any complaints in the future. (describe your requirement and managerial decision). Hoping for good behavior from every student.

Your principal,

Your name…

School/College/Institute name…

 

Another Format,

Date…

The students…

Class/Grade name…

School/College/Institute name…

Address…

Sub: Warning Notice to Students Attendance

Respected sir,

I am writing this letter to ask you to display the attendance sheet of students as the attendance is getting low and exams are about to start. (Describe in your own words). Please mention the following message along with the attendance sheet. (Describe all about the situation and requirements).

“Dear students this is to bring to your knowledge that the students whose attendance is below 60% are not allowed to sit in Exams” (describe your requirement and managerial decision).

Kindly do this work on an urgent basis. Thanks.

Regards,

Your principal,

Your name…

School/College/Institute name…