sample letter of a responded allegation

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fannie Sebolela

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Post Posted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 1:37 pm    Post subject: sample letter of a responded allegation
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I am a school principal and has a received a letter from my senior that is written by a teacher for a false allegation. The protocol was not followed and i am asked to respond in writing. Can i have format on how to respond?
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Post Posted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 4:19 pm    Post subject:
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Fannie, I'd have to assume that there's no specific format in which you must respond, other than putting it in writing.

I'm curious, though - does your school district have legal counsel? I'd certainly think that would be the case.

I'm also curious about this: how did you achieve the rank of principal with such a poor grasp of English grammar? Or is it simply a case of sloppy editing?

The format I would use would begin thus: "Dear SoAndSo: I am happy to respond to...(whatever it is that you're responding to...)." And I suppose I'd end it with "Sincerely," or some other similar closing, followed by a signature.

If you have a secretary somewhere in your neck o' the woods, you might consult with that person - secretaries generally have a pretty good knack when it comes to composing letters.

I'm going to change part of my description of my career path to contain the word "skeptic" from now on.

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