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Parent's Letter to Teacher for Eid ul-Fitr Break 2010

Need to get the teacher's permission to get Eid day off for your kids? Here's a sample letter that can help.


Monday August 30, 2010

Re: Hafsa Nafees and religious holiday this week

Dear Ms. Jones:

I am the mother of Hafsa Nafees, who is in your fourth grade class. Hafsa has been enjoying school and learning under your supervision. We hope she continues to do so throughout the rest of the school year. I would like to bring to your attention the issue of Eid ul-Fitr, a Muslim religious holiday, expected to fall at the end of next week.

As you may know, Muslims were fasting during most of August, which was when the month of Ramadan fell this year. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It is notable for its emphasis on seeking closeness to God through fasting, prayer and charity.

 Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan. It is a religious holiday and a time of joy and celebration.

Because the Islamic calendar follows the lunar calendar and actual sighting of the moon is often used to determine the date of occasions like Eid ul-Fitr, there is a possibility the religious holiday could fall on Thursday September 9, 2010 or Friday September 10, 2010 this year.

In view of this, we would like to inform you that Hafsa will be absent from school on the Thursday or Friday that is Eid-ul-Fitr. I would appreciate if you could give Hafsa her schoolwork in advance for that day, so that she does not miss any important work during her absence.

If you have any concerns or questions, please don't hesitate to contact me in the daytime at my office at (123) 555-7890 or in the evenings after 7 p.m. at home at (123) 555-3456.

 Thank you for your  time and attention.



Ms. Nadia Sheikh


Your Comments

Shaik , hyderabad - wrote on 1/23/2011 11:46:40 PM
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Comment: Its great to have such letters to describe about the religious festivals leave letter. I would really like to appreciate for your efforts. Today i have used the idea of this letter and wrote to my son's class teacher.

Zuber, San Antonio - wrote on 11/15/2010 8:42:21 PM
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Comment: Wonderfull

Zuber, San Antonio - wrote on 11/15/2010 8:40:59 PM
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Comment: Really Well

joseph, - wrote on 10/7/2010 6:32:40 AM
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Comment: what a wonderful letter

Sohila, Los Angeles - wrote on 9/9/2010 12:57:04 PM
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Comment: Thank you so much for this sample letter. I used this letter this week for my daughter's school. Eid Mubarak to all.

shahida munim, brookfield - wrote on 9/7/2010 8:25:53 AM
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Comment: Excellent letter,Jazak Allah khair.

shahida munim, brookfield - wrote on 9/7/2010 8:25:12 AM
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Comment: Excellent letter,Jazak Allah khair.

Zubair Bin Umer, Karachi - wrote on 8/30/2010 4:44:32 PM
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Comment: Salam masnoon key baad, I know only brother A M Mujahid but can say with confidence that his team is doing marvelous work of 'DAWAAH' in US where I often go to meet my family.I have introduced the SOUND Vision to them and several of my friends. I have been associated with education as a teacher of English at Higher Secondary, College and University level for half a century and can say with confidence that the letter is beautiful and will help many concerned Muslim parents in USA and the English Speaking world. Prof.Zubair Bin Umer; Hamdard University,Karachi.

Yvonne, Spring - wrote on 11/5/2009 2:51:16 AM
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Comment: what a wonderful letter...I never post comments on sites but I had to this time for the main reason that so much of the time many people just assume that the person next to them knows what's going on. If i only knew background on half of my students I could reach them better...I feel people think I am being nosy...but I'm only trying to do my job and reach every student in the way that's best for them.... what a wonderful parent letter. It warms my heart to read that there's hope yet still.

Cynthia Callahan, Nashville, Tennessee - wrote on 11/19/2005 10:40:39 PM
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Comment: Thank you for helping Muslim families communicate effectively with teachers. As a teacher, I am always grateful to parents who are willing to help me understand the individual needs of my students. So often, we (non-Muslim teachers) are eager to be supportive of Muslim students, but we need to be educated about how we can best do so. This is a respectful, informative, helpful letter and is perfectly appropriate for students of any age (K-12). If your child has more than one teacher, you would simply need to send copies of the letter to each teacher. Thank you, again. This site represents a tremendous service of love and brotherhood to the community.

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