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Gloucester 6/5/24

HEAV reached out to Gloucester’s homeschool liaison regarding a miscommunication on a form letter relating to the evidence of progress requirement that had caused

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Alexandria 6/5/24

Your HEAV school board monitor team found several important concerns with the district’s religious exemption (RE) policy and regulation. These included a requirement for

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Lancaster County 6/5/24

HEAV has worked with the division superintendent and homeschool liaison regarding website text that misrepresented a notice of intent to homeschool as an “application.”

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Wise County 5/9/24

Homeschool parents in Wise County have been sent a packet of information regarding the district’s virtual public school option. Although many homeschool parents express

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Spotsylvania

HEAV reached out to the homeschool liaison regarding information relating to the description of curriculum requirement, NOI option (iii), and compulsory attendance compliance options

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Prince William

The district has now complied with the homeschool law! In January, we provided information and guidance relating to inconsistencies with the law on the

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King William County

A parent contacted HEAV after a school official indicated, at the end of the year, her child will need to be tested, “…on the

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Stafford

A parent contacted HEAV after receiving written correspondence from a local school official advising that her child will be marked absent until they receive

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Charles City

The HEAV legislative team reached out to the district to address website text that seemed to indicate parents were required to use the district’s

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King George County

The HEAV legislative team reached out to the superintendent after identifying several concerns located on the district’s website and notice of intent form. We

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