Principal Welcome Letter Template

The job of Principal is a very dynamic one. Apart from sound academic knowledge, one needs to have excellent problem-solving skills, people management skills as well as must possess a cool mind to efficiently handle crises.

If you have found the right candidate for such a tough job then the rest is a piece of cake. On the first day of the new recruit at the said job you should welcome him or her aboard by writing him an apt welcome letter.

Template: 1

(Your name)

(Your address)

(Your contact information)


(Name of the recipient)

(Address of the recipient)

(Contact information of the recipient)

Subject: Letter to Welcome the Principal

Dear (Name of the recipient),

Welcome to (mention the institution name and details) as the new principal of our institution.

I am pleased to inform you that your knowledge, experience in prominent institutions, along your sound educational background has made you the most deserving candidate for this position. We are really looking forward to working with you.

We are expecting you on (mention the date) and you are requested to be here at (mention the time). Everyone is very excited to meet the head of the institution and is eagerly waiting for your arrival.

The principal works as the main face of an institution to whom each and every worker of the institution reports so please note that as the principal your main focus should be to develop and maintain effective educational programs within the institution and to promote the improvement of teaching and learning. Any new idea or suggestion regarding that is always welcome.

For any additional information on your new job role or in case of a doubt, you are most welcome to call me directly or alternatively, you may drop a mail. We are always there to help and support you.

Again we extend our warm wishes to you as we look forward to years of success ahead.

Thanking you

With best regards,

(Hand-written signature)


(Notary or witness if required)

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