Information To Parents Parents/Guardians are requested to co-operate with the school authorities by enforcing regularity and discipline, by ensuring that the children prepare their lessons and by taking an active interest in the activities of the school. Parents/Guardians are informed that remarks by the teachers are made in the pupil’s diary -cum-calendar, when necessary. They are requested to check the diary-cum-calendar and sign it, indicating that they have seen the remarks. Parents/Guardians are expected to sign, at least once a fortnight, the exercise books of their children, their periodic progress reports or any other similar documents, when requested to do so. Failure to do so may put their children to inconvenience. Parents/Guardians are requested not to apply for the leave of absence for their children or request to see them during lessons, unless absolutely necessary. If a student is likely to be absent due to illness for a long period, the principal must be informed in writing as soon as possible to request leave of absence. When communicating with the principal, parents/guardians are requested to mention in the letter, besides the name of the student, his/her class and section. Parents/Guardians are especially requested to notify the school of any change in their address and telephone numbers as soon as possible. Parents are requested not to enter their children’s classroom without permission of the management. Parents/Guardians or other persons are not permitted to meet the teachers during school hours without the permission of the Principal/Headmistress. On urgent information, the staff may be seen by prior appointment. When they are free. Parents/Guardians are expected to ensure that their children/wards leave the school premised not later than fifteen minutes after the school gets over. Attention to circulars: Parents are requested to read carefully all circular letters/notices issued by the school from time to time, and take action promptly. Timely action on these is in the interest of the children. Correspondence: All letters concerning children, except those of a personal nature, should be addressed to the “PRINCIPAL” by designation and not by name. It will be of great help if parents state in their letter the class and section of the child. Parents/Guardians are requested not to send the children to the school for at least a fortnight after they have recovered from infectious or contagious diseases like chickenpox, measles, mumps,etc., and until they are medically fit. They should bring the necessary medical certificate of fitness to school and hand it over to the class teacher. Special Leave: Parents/guardians are requested to refrain from asking for a special leave of absence to attend weddings of other than child’s own brother or sister of for religious ceremonies, social functions and domestic celebrations as leave for such purpose is normally not granted during term time. Valuables: Children are not allowed to bring any valuable article such as expensive cameras, costly watches, transistors, radios, jewelry, cassette, recorders, mobile phones, laptop, pen drives, other storage devices, etc., with them Attendance on the day of reopening is compulsory. Absence due to illness or for any other reason should be intimated at once as prior permission is required even for a short period of a day or two, long absence, without prior intimation, may result in the child’s name being taken off from all the school rolls. Similarly, attendance on the last day before the commencement of each vacation is compulsory. Permission for children to leave school early, except for valid reasons, is normally granted. Parents are welcome to call on the principal in his office on Saturday between 10.00 to 2.30pm. For general queries, she can be contacted by mail: Principal@subashschool.org. The principal always welcomes your suggestions, comments, and opinion. Do feel free to see her write to her. She feels that nothing much can be achieved without the parent’s co-operation A perfect attendance certificate is awarded at the end of the year. If one was present on all school days and was on time for roll call every morning and for all functions of the school.