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HSLDA members are eligible to receive individualized advice about whether complying with those procedures is advisable or required.
In addition to the day requirement, homeschooled students are required to meet hourly attendance requirements: 900 hours of school per year in grades 1–6, and 990 hours of school per year in grades 7–12.
The subject requirements are outlined below: Grades K–12 Reports must be submitted to the district superintendent each quarter.
Standardized testing is required every year in high school.
You can find New York’s specific recordkeeping requirements, if any, above.
We generally recommend that any correspondence with authorities be sent by “Certified Mail—Return Receipt Requested.” Keep copies of the withdrawal letter and any other paperwork or correspondence, and any green postal receipts, for your personal records.
Note: If your child has never attended a public or private school, this section does not apply.
In grades 4–8, standardized testing is required at least every other year, with the written narrative evaluation available as an option in the years you do not use a standardized testing option.
So, for example, you could use a written narrative evaluation in grade 4, but would need to use a standardized test in grade 5, and so on.
You must submit a notice of intent to homeschool to the district superintendent by July 1 (the beginning of the school year) annually, or within 14 days of establishing your new homeschool program during the school year.
HSLDA has a notice of intent form for our members’ use available on our website.
You must maintain records of attendance each year demonstrating that your child’s attendance meets the “substantial equivalent” of 180 days per year.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating