¶ … letter to explain my absence from recent classes.
The reason for my absence is that I had an accident that left me with a broken leg, as well as injuries to my shoulder and head. I was admitted to the hospital last week and was just discharged on Monday, October 12th.
The effects of my injuries are an ongoing issue for me. I was able to attend Dr. Lee's class yesterday (Oct. 13th), but I was unable to complete the school day because of pain. I was also having some issues with my crutches that compromised my mobility. I am struggling with the crutches because of the shoulder injury, which has left me unable to properly balance my left side.
To resolve this issue, I will be receiving replacement crutches today (Oct. 14th), and hopefully that will restore my mobility. I expect that if the new crutches work that I will be able to speak to Mr. Lee in person regarding my absences. I have also scheduled appointments with the International Office and the Office of the Dean of Students in order to discuss my course load. This will be important because I am now behind in my coursework and need to ensure that I am time to both recover properly and still be able to maintain my academic progress.
I appreciate the time and support that you have given me so far. I am working on a plan to get caught up, and look forward to discussing my options further, so that I can effectively balance my recovery with my coursework.
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