How are you? Have you been keeping out of trouble? I do hope this message reached you quickly - my owl is growing rather old.
have not heard of you since you disappeared into the Forbidden Forest at Hogwarts in book 7…
but that is beside the point.
I hear you have been hired as the new Minister of Uniformity here at Forest Ridge! Congratulations!
Now, I know that you believe that school uniforms create a better learning environment for your students, whose well-being you are very concerned with. I agree with you whole heartedly! However, punishing students who violate dress code by letting them wear clothing other than their prescribed uniform is simply not the right move. A baggy yellow t-shirt would just make them happy, and we certainly don't want that, do we? Additionally, I would like to give you the run down on the type of students who attend Forest Ridge. I promise you whole heartedly that we are (almost) all wonderful young ladies who (almost) never cause mischief. I am aware that you worked at Hogwarts as the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher briefly and were shocked at the impolite and surly nature of your fifth year students. In case you don't remember, please enjoy this short recording of your first day in class.
Wow, that Harry Potter guy, he's trouble, I can tell. Anyways, consider how terribly those Hogwarts kids acted. Jeez. I can assure you that FR girls would never conduct themselves in that way. At Hogwarts, a strict uniform policy was OBVIOUSLY necessary.
However, at FR there is no need for such strict uniformity. Uniforms are just lovely as they are. You'll come to this conclusion yourself of course, as I am certain that you are just as amazingly smart as I've heard. Still, let me just summarize why Forest Ridge school uniforms don't need to be changed. Firstly, uniforms keep FR students punctual because we do not have to put together an outfit every day. That takes forever, as you know. FR girls simply don't have the capacity to pick out a stylish outfit every single day as you do!