Gidelines For Parents
- Admission of a child in Holy Cross implies on the part of the parents a free will to comply with the requirements and regulations of the school.
- Parents are earnestly desired that their child attend school punctually. Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence, habitual late coming, or objectionable behavior of any kind on the part of the parent or student may result in the dismissal of the child.
- They should take general interest in their child's progress and check the school diary regularly for any remarks by the principal or teacher concerned.
- Parents are not permitted to meet their child or receive them or interview teachers during school hours. Any emergency should be intimated to the Principal.
- No parents, servants, rickshaw puller, drivers or friends are permitted to walk about the school premises or enter class rooms.
- Every student must wear a clean, complete and correct uniform daily. Parents must take special care to see that students leave home in full uniform. Uniform is compulsory for all school activities, both curricular and co curricular, on instruction days as well as on non instruction days. Defaulters may be fined or sent back home. Whenever the complete or correct uniform cannot be worn, permission to attend school must be obtained from the Principal. Parents are requested not to send their sick wards to school only to do a test.
- Parents should ensure that their child does not go out of station during class days and they return to school promptly when the school reopens after long holidays.
- No remark once written in the diary can be cancelled by anyone other than Principal.
- The good example of parents is of vital importance to the growth of a child. The school will be able to do much if a parent provides good example to a child and not vice versa.
- Parents should pay extra attention to the cleanliness and neatness of their Child and their books.
- Parents and guardians are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity and discipline by seeing that their children prepare their lessons and taking active interest in the activities of the school.
- Parents and guardians are particularly expected to sign any remark written in the diary, the progress report or any similar document when so required. Failure to do this may put their children to great inconvenience and render them liab1e to being sent home.
- Parents and guardians cannot dictate to the school authorities, as the authorities have the right to say on what condition they will admit or retain the pupils in the institution.