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I am Li Yue, a student from Class 1, Senior II. I am writing to draw your attention to some misdemeanours among our students on campus in terms of scribbling and littering. These have made our school filthy and unpleasant, and blackened the reputation of the school, which makes me feel shamefaced whenever I see the dirts. Undoubtably, it is inappropriate for a student to act in such a manner.

I am wondering if the school may take actions in order to tackle the problem we have been encountering for a while. For example, we may either place more dustbins that can be used whenever necessary, or impose a school code on the unacceptable behaviour. And the school may arrange a selective course, where students can be further guided how to behave themselves.

I do believe that with the mutual contribution from both teachers and students our school will become a fascinating place in the foreseeable future.

Thank you for your consideration.

Yours faithfully,

Li Yue



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