Application format to principal telling you are ready or not to send child to school after lockdown


Looking for the text to write an application to the school principal showing consent or dissent to send your ward to the school during or after the Covid-19 pandemic? Read this article to get more details from here.

Covid-19 pandemic has adversely effected on almost all aspects of our lives. Students' life and their education are affected badly. All educational institutes are closed since the last week of March 2020. Although, both schools and students are interacting with each other through online classes, this virtual classroom is nowhere close to real classrooms. There has been a huge loss of students' education and hence almost every teacher and the student are now waiting for the reopening of schools and colleges.



Rumours were coming that the educational institutes may reopen from September, 1. However, the central government has clearly announced that no school or college will reopen before September 30. However, students of class 11th and 12th can visit the school on their own to make a discussion over any topic with their teachers. Corona cases are rapidly increasing again and the education minister has clearly stated that no school or college will reopen until further orders. Almost all states are agreed with their order of the education minister but few states, like Haryana, have shown their willingness to reopen schools, and are seeking for the permissions from the central govt.

Many schools and colleges of such 'willing' states are asking for the consent letter from the parents of each student. Parents are supposed to write an application to the principal and send it through online mode. In this application, they have to mention whether they are ready or not to send their children to schools if they reopen. However, I am sure that most of the parents would be unwilling to send their ward to schools in such pandemic times. I am providing sample application formats for both options.

Sample application format to the principal if you are not agreed to send your child to the school


To,
The Principal,
ABC School,
City Name

Subject: Unwillingness to send my ward to school

Respected Sir/ Madam,
This is to inform you that I am not interested to send my child (Name and class of the child) to school during the pandemic. I hope you will also reconsider your decision about re-opening the school, as it would be hard to maintain social distance in the school premises.

Thanking you.

Yours sincerely,
Signature of the parent
Name of the parent
Student's name
Class


You can add any of below- mentioned sentences (if required and applicable) in the format provided above.

  • One of our relatives/ neighbour had expired due to corona, and so I am very scared.
  • One of our relatives/ neighbour had fallen sick because of Covid-19 and has hardly recovered from it. Therefore, I don't want to take any risk with my child.
  • Our area was declared the red zone/ yellow zone/ cantonment zone, and I am still not ready to allow my child to step out of the house.




How to write application to the principal if you are agreed to send your child to the school


To,
The Principal,
ABC School,
City Name

Subject: Consent to send my ward to school

Respected Sir/ Madam,
This is to inform you that I am ready to send my child (Name and class of the child) to school whenever it reopens. I am sure you must have sanitized the school premises properly and will take adequate measures for the well-being of the students.

Thanking you.

Yours sincerely,
Signature of the parent
Name of the parent
Student's name
Class


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