Teacher Letter of intent, Sample & Format

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.

From:

Walter M. Slater

Parent of: William G. Slater

112 Hill Road
Sacramento, CA 93353

February 8, 2011

To:

Mr. Josh Princely

St. Joseph High School

1907 Ryan Road
Vermillion, SD 57069

Dear Sir,

RE: Letter of Intent

As parent to William Graham Slater, who is a 4th grader in your class, I would like to express my intention to understand the recent school project which my son has brought home.

He is upset over the past couple of days as he was not sure of the project assigned to him; he has no firm understanding of the objective of the project or how to go about it.

It would be appreciated if you could respond with the project clarification in writing to me soonest possible, so that I can help William start the project. Alternatively, can you gently call him up to explain it to him privately, please? He may be embarrassed by a public confrontation. My boy is quite shy.

Thank you for your kind understanding on my intent listed in this letter.

Yours truly,

Walter M. Slater

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