Re: Making it official
- View SourceCarolyn, that's right along the lines of what I was thinking. I'll probably just rephrase it a little and call that good. Thanks.
Jolie, thanks, you are right. I didn't see any point to waiting, though. Plus, I heard you can use a copy of your homeschool paperwork to sign up for the educator discount at JoAnn. You can also sign up for the Book-It program at Pizza Hut as a homeschool.
- View Sourcethe state does not requiere kids to be in kindergarten so you dont need to fiil it out till age 7 or first grade.when i did mine last year i was pretty detailed with mine, i listed the scope and seqeance for the program i was using and a list of the books, if your not going to use a set curriculum than just list the subjects that you cover and any electives you plan to do as well.good luckapril
--- On Wed, 6/29/11, jolie7779 <goddardgang@...> wrote:
From: jolie7779 <goddardgang@...>
Subject: [ECHO-NV] Re: Making it official
Date: Wednesday, June 29, 2011, 5:41 AMCongratulations on making it official Arwen! I just wanted to put in a quick note regarding the "Notice of Intent to Homeschool" - you don't have to put the form in until your child is 7 at the start of a school year, as far as I know.
Congrats again, Jolie
--- In ECHO-NV@yahoogroups.com, "Carolyn" <nevadafiddler@...> wrote:
> Here's what we wrote in 2007. I don't know if their forms are still the
> same, but this covered it for us. I'd probably write something different
> now because our feelings about "education" have changed, but this should
> make any bureaucrat happy.
> To whom it may concern:
> The education plan for (insert name here) is to have her schooled by her
> parents in all the basic subjects required to become a successful adult.
> This schooling will include, but is not limited to, the mastery of the
> English language, including reading, writing, grammar and composition; a
> solid foundation in mathematics, including algebra, geometry and
> calculus; the wonders of science; the necessary understanding of social
> studies including economics, history, geography, and the importance of
> good government.
> Feel free to use any or all of it, if it works for you.
> --- In ECHO-NV@yahoogroups.com, "evenstarbella" <evenstar@> wrote:
> > My oldest would be starting kindergarten this fall, so we will be
> officially homeschooling at that point. I want to get the "Notice of
> Intent to Homeschool" stuff filled out and sent in soon, and I would
> like tips anyone has to offer. I have the form, but I am a little lost
> on what to write for the "Educational Plan." I want to keep it fairly
> generic. Any suggestions or samples of what others wrote for theirs?
> > Where do I send this to when I have it ready?
> > Thanks for your help,
> > Arwen