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  • Our pillars of the organization

  • NO punishment, NO imposition

  • Positive reinforcement

  • Treat and care for students with respect

  • Trust and respect school policies, staff, volunteers, and parents

  • NO comparison with other kids

  • Understand and accept that there are many variations of Tamil

  • Teach ONLY the formal Tamil - set in syllabus

  • Be consistent with all students

  • Be fair and friendly to kids and parents

  • Goal is to have students to come to school for many years to keep in touch with Tamil


  • Ensure that your child is regular and on time for class and special events

  • Take personal interest in what your child is learning in the class and encourage the child to practice the same at home

  • Ensure that your child completes the homework before the next class

  • Encourage your child to use (or) practice Tamil at home or whenever/wherever possible. Make them feel proud

  • Cooperate fully with the teachers whenever they provide feedback pertaining to your child

  • We request you to spare some of your time to make our school the BEST. We kindly request you to participate in school activities as much as possible

  • It’s NOT meant to be a competitive learning environment. Meant to be an enjoyable experience for all of us - teachers, volunteers, students and parents

  • It’s a journey to experience and NOT a race to win

  • Help us by NOT requesting to move kids to higher grades where it is age inappropriate


  • Excellent behavior is expected from all students

  • Students need to bring notebook, books, pens, pencils and other materials necessary to the class every week

  • Participate in class, listen well, and take part in class discussion

  • Ask questions if do not understand the discussions

  • Cooperate with other students and teachers

  • Do homework every week without fail

  • Practice the class work at home

  • Read, write, converse in Tamil whenever and where ever possible

  • In the classroom:

    • Treat others with respect and dignity

    • Don't disturb or distract others

    • Be on time to class

    • Do not bring toys and other personal items to the classroom


  • Parents are fully responsible for dropping off the kids and pick them up ON TIME.

  • School will NOT be responsible for the kids and their whereabouts beyond the duration of the class timing

  • Request kids not go out of the classrooms on their own. Also ask them NOT to wander in the parking lot on their own

  • Parent's are responsible for any parking violations

  • Help us to maintain the highest safety standards. Safety is our Highest priority more than anything else. Your cooperation and support is a MUST

Punctuality and Attendance Policy

  • We expect all students to be in the classroom no later than 5 minutes after the school officially begins

  • Class room doors will be closed 5 minutes after the school starts

  • Attendance officer will visit the classes 10 minutes after start time and will mark absent if student is not present and the teacher doesn’t have any information on the whereabouts.

  • Perfect Attendance: All students with 100% perfect attendance are honored with a trophy award at the end of the school year. Missing one or more classes for any reason will automatically disqualify to receive the perfect attendance award. Students who joined late do not qualify for this award

  • There is no excused or unexcused leave. All leaves are considered as absence

  • The student/parent should inform the teachers about their absence and be prepared for the next class by reviewing the missed class work before the next class


  • School management is the main contact for any questions or concerns

  • Email is the main mode of communication

  • Bi-Monthly email update from school to all parents

  • Messaging applications may be used by Teachers to communicate with Parents

Events/ Fun Activities

  • Picture Day

  • Uriyadi

  • Saravedi

  • Thiran potti

  • School Annual Day

  • Graduation Ceremony

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