Dear Mr. and Mrs. Poilievre,
I regret to inform you that your son has been repeatedly misbehaving this semester. Over the past few weeks, Pierre has developed the habit of using language unbecoming of a student, resorting to curse words and vile arm gestures when he doesn't get his way. While we understand that children will be children, Pierre's actions have gone above and beyond the normal high-jinx that one would expect from an eight year old boy eager for the summer vacation to arrive.
To make matters worse, Pierre has been a bad influence on the other students, encouraging his friend Jacques to join him in making his arm gestures. When attempts are made to punish him, he demonstrates a complete lack of respect for authority, doing a "pixie dance".
We have experience dealing with trouble makers at our school but if these problems persist, we may be force to expel your son. Please emphasize to him that it is important for Pierre to act his age while at our school - he is in second grade now, after all.
Dean of Hill Elementary School