School Leave Letter

School leave letter is written for applying leave in schools. Usually parents of the child writes the letter on behalf of their son or daughter. The letter must contain the number of leave days required and the reason for the leave. The letter is addressed to the class teacher or principal of the school in most cases. Below you can look a sample school leave letter from which you can observe the format and type of the letter to be written.

Letter:

James N. Ruff

3988 Elk Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933

28th March, 2002

To,

Class Teacher,

Grade II, CINS high school,

Lansing.

Dear Madam,

My daughter Linda is studying in Grade II in your school and I am writing this letter to inform you that my daughter Linda will not be able to attend classes for 3 days from tomorrow as her grandmother has been hospitalized. Since, Linda’s mother must be there at the hospital, there is no one to look after Linda and make her up to the school.

So, I kindly request you to grant her leave for three days from 29th March 2002 to 31st March 2002.

Thanking You,

Yours Sincerely,

James N. Ruff

[F/O Linda Grade II]

2 thoughts on “School Leave Letter

  1. hey….. i need a letter that … my son is using metro to go to school and come from school……so these many days i was taking him………now i need my son go alone in metro…..so the teacher is asking me to write a letter to her that i allowed my son to go alone in metro…hope u understood the circumstance and send me my letter to my email……..

    regards
    joshy

  2. hi.. I need a letter on behalf of my brother daughter. She already gone to her sad demise of her grandfather. She will not able to come school for 16 days, from 16 Sep 2013 to 1 Oct 2013. She is class 1 student. Please suggest me.

    regards
    Lalit

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