Parents and guardians are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity and discipline by taking a keen interest in the studies of their children and the activities of the school.

They can meet teachers on the third Friday of every month between 3.30 and 4.00 pm. They can meet the Principal on all Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11.30am to 1.00 p.m.

The PTA is one of the most important organizations of the school, playing a pivotal role in all its activities. A good PTA is not just a link between parents and teachers, but a vital element in the process of giving our students a robust, all-round education leading to the holistic development of the individual.

The PTA of Mary Matha Public School epitomizes all that an excellent PTA should be. It has rendered yeoman service since the inception of the school and has been instrumental in the roaring success of all the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Request to Parents

i) The cooperation of parents in all the affairs of the school is essential for the best conduct of the school.

ii) Parents should take special attention to ensure that their children prepare their lessons well, do the home work regularly and come to school neatly dressed in their uniform.

iii) Parents are specially requested to notify the school of their change of address and phone nos if any.

iv) Any loss or damage to the property of the school will be made good from the parents concerned.

v) Servants who bring the students or their lunch to the school shall not enter the class rooms.

vi) Private vehicles are not allowed to enter the school compound. They should be parked a few meters away from the main gate of the school.

vii) It is desirable to have the names marked on the bags or possessions of the students.

viii) The name of the students who are absent for more than 15 days without intimation will be removed from the roll and they are unlikely to be readmitted. Absentees will have to produce leave notes.

ix) All the students must be present on the first day when the school reopens for each term.

x) Whenever a student using the school bus, is taken home by private conveyance, the class teacher and the Principal must be informed thereof.

xi) Parents should go through the school diary every day and sign all the notices and messages.

xii) Students who are seen suffering from any serious contagious/ infectious disease will not be permitted to attend the class.

xiii) Parents who seek information or need clarification may meet the

xiv) Principal, (and not the class teacher) by prior appointment. Normally the Principal meets the parents between 3.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m.

xv) Children selected for any programme in and outside the school must be sent in time for that purpose.

xvi) Parents should provide their mobile numbers to the school to enable us use effectively the SMS mode of communication adopted by the school.

xvii) In order to ensure greater safety of your ward, it has been decided that the students coming to school should be in complete uniform and necessarily have their identify cards on their person on all occasions such as attending special classes, visiting the school office etc.

xviii) Carrying of mobile phones/cameras/pendrive, i-pods/CD/ Magazines/Playing Cards etc. to school is banned. Strict action will be taken against those and such items wont be given back.

xix) Do not allow the children to carry pocket money to school.

xx) Students are not allowed to access nearby shops, bakery, etc.