Teacher Letter of intent, Sample & Format
On many occasions, as a student or the parent or guardian of a student, a person will have write letters of intent in order to convey his/ her intention about something to whoever it may concern. A teacher letter of intent is interpreted as a letter written by a student or parent stating an intention to the teacher. It could be a request or a piece of information regarding a leave of absence or school progress, with the relevant dates, queries or reasons stated in the letter.
This letter will act as a formal request or permission letter as well as it generally asks the receiver if what they intend to do is actually possible in a very polite and formal manner. The following is a letter of intent written to a teacher by the parent of one of his students. His intention and the reasons behind it are stated very clearly in the letter.
The following is a sample letter for Teacher Letter of intent.
Walter M. Slater
Parent of: William G. Slater
112, Kenneth Hill Road
Sacramento, CA 93353
8 February 2017
Josh R. Princely
St. Joseph High School
1907, Rose Garden Road
Vermillion, SD 57069
Dear Mr. Princely,
Subject: Letter of Intent to Teacher
I, Walter M. Slater, am writing this letter on behalf of my son, William Graham Slater, who is a 4th grader in your class. I am writing this letter in order to express to you my intention to understand and learn about the recent school project which my son brought home day before yesterday, that is, on 6 February 2017.
He has been very upset these past two days as he is not sure of the project assigned to him; he has no firm understanding or knowledge of the objective of the project or how to go about it. I would like to meet you in person and learn about the project so that I can help William. If that is not possible, could you please explain it to me in a letter?
It would be much appreciated if you could respond with the project clarification in writing to me at the soonest possible so that I can help William start the project. Alternatively, can you gently call him up to explain it to him, please? He may be embarrassed by a public confrontation. He is a quite shy boy and your consideration would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your kind understanding of my intent listed in this letter.
Walter M. Slater