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As a reminder, the law does not require you to submit your child’s immunization records with your Notice of Intent. Submission of these personal and private medical records is not a condition of homeschooling (§22.1-254.1.) and is only provided at the direct request of the district superintendent (§22.1-271.4.). In 2019, HEAV communicated with the Rappahannock superintendent’s designee concerning this same issue.

Again, in 2020, HEAV followed up to address the same, inaccurate text on the district’s NOI form. In response, the district began using the VDOE’s NOI sample form. A 2023 follow up revealed the old NOI form requiring immunization records resurfaced due to a reported website update error. After working with the district numerous times, we are pleased to share that the website has now been updated. ~ Patricia Beahr, HEAV Assistant Director of Government Affairs

Thanks to HEAV members and supporters, homeschool parents have the tools they need to homeschool successfully–even when challenged! Join HEAV today and make a difference for homeschooling in Virginia!

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We’d love to hear from you! If you have questions or need assistance, please contact us at 804-278-9200 or via our contact form.

~ Patricia Beahr, Assistant Director of Government Affairs

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