Your child is still eligible for participation in all activities and subjects you decide works between your family and the teacher and administrator.
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Homeschooling Exemption Form
To partial homeschool or have "dual enrollment" you must fill out a form with the school district. Ask your principal for the "Compulsory Education Exemption Certificate for Home Instruction." It is a simple form to be signed and notarized. You must commit to schooling for a specific number of hours.