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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 confusion. We are pleased to report the district promptly responded and has updated their acknowledgement form letter to clarify the evidence of progress requirement does not apply to children who were under the age of six as of September 30th of the school year.

HEAV is thankful to Gloucester for this positive resolution and their dedication to the law and to the families they serve.

What You Should Know:

  • A miscommunication by the superintendent’s office relating to the requirements in the law may misguide school personnel and parents or cause confusion in regard to their legal obligations. Please contact HEAV anytime you have questions or need for clarification.
  • Homeschool evidence of progress is referenced in subsection C of the homeschool law. The law states: “The requirements of this subsection shall not apply to children who are under the age of six as of September 30 of the school year.”

HEAV is always available should you ever have questions or need assistance. Please contact us anytime at 804-278-9200 or via our contact form.

Patricia Beahr
HEAV Assistant Director of Government Affairs

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