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Homeschool Q&A

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EOY Test Evaluator

Q. Can a homeschool evaluator be retired? The person I would like to evaluate my child is a retired teacher who does not currently have

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Birth Date on NOI

Do Virginia homeschoolers need to include their child’s birth date on their notice of intent to homeschool? Some school officials request a child’s date of

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Description of Curriculum

Q. What must Virginia homeschoolers include in their description of curriculum on their notice of intent? Yvonne Bunn demystifies Virginia homeschool law and helps beginners

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Virginia Homeschool Transcripts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giHVN8N875wJust what needs to go into a homeschool transcript? Do I need to keep special records for Virginia homeschooling? Get answer to these and other

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Testing Virginia Homeschoolers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_F4a6WTjk5AThis weekly Q&A Live session with Yvonne Bunn answers your questions about what is required by law for end-of-year testing for Virginia homeschoolers, whether you

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Testing Accommodations

Q. Can I use testing accommodations for my child who is a struggling reader? A. Unless your child has a documented learning disability, you should

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Family Devotions

Q. Can you suggest an effective, yet simple way to have family devotions with children of multiple ages? I can’t handle anything consistently if it’s

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Graduating Early

Q. Is it possible to graduate my 16-year-old Virginia homeschooled teen early since she has completed all her high school work, including several dual-enrollment college

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Withdrawal in Person

Q.Does the law require a parent to withdraw his child in person from public school? A. The law does not specifically address the procedure for

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Driver’s Ed District 8

Q. Are homeschoolers in Planning District 8 required to complete and to sign the “Parent/Teen Driving Agreement” included with the “Affirmation of Completion” form? A.

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