Sample of a Christmas Party Letter to Parents

Sample of a Christmas Party Letter to Parents

A lot of schools actually host Christmas parties in the week before Christmas holidays begin to familiarize the kids with the occasion and have parents, teachers and the children spend some quality time together. If you’re a teacher tasked with inviting parents to the party, here is a sample of a Christmas party letter to parents which you can send out, either by post or by handing it over to the kids in your classroom.

Sample of a Christmas Party Letter to Parents

 


December 18, 2014

Jane Austin
English Teacher
Foundation Academy
Florida,

Dear Parents,

I am writing this letter to invite you to the Christmas party arranged by our class, on the 18th of December 2014. The party will begin at 6 PM and end at 9 PM.

This is a great opportunity for all of us to get together and spend some quality time with the children. Everyone in the class has worked really hard to prepare decorations, cards, charts and Christmas carols, and it would be great for the kids to see their parents attend the party and appreciate their efforts.

The children will also be presenting small acts for the audience, after which food and drinks will be served. If you want to contribute to the party, feel free to bring along small presents for the class.

I strongly request that you attend the party, because it is a collective effort and a good turn up will encourage the students.

Please confirm your attendance so we can make the final arrangements.

Looking forward to your response,

Regards,

Jane Austin
English Teacher

You might also be interested in reading our Sample Christmas Wishes Letter from Teachers to Parents.

Tips for Writing a Christmas Party Invitation Letter to Parents

A lot of times parents either forget about the party or the kids misplace the letter when they get home. It is a good idea to seek a confirmation from their end so you know the final headcount and number of attendees.

If possible, you can have the kids draw Christmas trees and color them, and then include those drawings along with the letters to their parents.


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