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Sample Letter of Intent to Homeschool

Send your letter within 2 weeks of your local school beginning.  It is best to send it certified mail.  In my opinion, it is also a good option to meet with your local Pupil Personnel so they can see your face and you can see their face.  Get to know this person….they are not the enemy.  They have good intentions of protecting the children of the community.  I have established a relationship with our pupil personnel and she is a fine woman who does her job well.  Now, I’m not going to say that I would invite her to come and look at my curriculum/watch my schooling/check up on me every 5 seconds without a warrant 🙂  I would, however, invite her in for a coke and a chat.  These people are not the boogie men.  They are doing their job, albeit, sometimes zealously in some cases.  Every state is different.  I encourage you to get familiar with your states laws and requirements.

 

(Center and make look all pretty your school’s name)

Your name and address

 

Current date

Insert your schools name

Insert the name of your Pupil Personnel person

Address of local board of education

 

 

To Whom it May Concern:

 

This letter is to inform you of our intent to privately enroll our children in our home school for the 2014-2015 school year. Their names and date of birth are as follows:

 

Names of children and their DOB

 

Our Homeschool is (insert name of your homeschool) at (insert address).

 

This notice is pursuant to all applicable Kentucky Revised Statutes.

The school administration, on behalf of the students enrolled therein, expressly prohibit the release of any and all information contained in this notice, including directory information as defined in 20 U.S.C.§ 1232g (a) (5) (A), without the prior written consent of the parents of the students or of the students who have reached the age of majority. See 20 U.S.C. § 1232g (a) (5) (B).

Sincerely,

Your name

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