•PARENTS ARE EXPECTED TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE SCHOOL AUTHORITIES FOR ALL ROUND DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR WARD. THEY ARE REQUESTED TO:
•Maintain regular contact with school either through diary or personal presence.
•Attend all Parents Teacher meets every month and discuss student's progress with teacher.
•Check bags of the child daily for any letter, circular or notice issued by the school,
•Read and sign the diary daily without any gap.
•Be present at the school whenever asked for.
•Not to enter in classrooms without permission.
•Send the child in neat & clean uniform, well equipped with all required materials like copies, books, diary, geometry box,lunch box etc.
•Not to allow their wards to ride motor bike, scooter and yo-bike before attaining the legal age. School doesn't bear responsibility for any accident/mishap/theft.
•Avoid half day leave for your ward for security purpose. In case of emergency, leave will only be given during recess hrs. leave will not be granted over telephone. Girls above class VI onwards will not be allowed to be accompanied by any person other than the parents or authorised signatory in the diary.
•Make payment of school fees on time to avoid inconvenience to the student. Inform the school in case of any change in the home address or phone number.
•Complete the first page of the school diary in all respects for better Student/Teacher relationship within the first week of commencement of new session.
•Behave like a gentleman at reception. Unnecessary argument is not going to solve your problem.
•Please inform the school office Immediately if your ward is suffering from any infectious disease.
•Do not expect from your ward a very high standard in academics otherwise your child will suffer from undue stress & pressure.
•Remember that your harsh attitude towards a teacher of your child affect adversely on your child. Please speak decently and maintain decorum with the teachers.
•Please up hold the dignity of the teachers in-front of your child.
•Don't argue with teachers or staff in-front of your child.
Remember that you are your child role model. If you exhibit poor behaviour, then your child may do the same thing with you.
•Don't over react to your child's assertions- Gather all information before coming to any judgement.
•Establish regular contact with the teacher of your ward.
This will avoid misunderstanding between teacher and taught and relationship between them will be strengthened with your efforts & attitude.