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If I'm moving to a new district, do I need to notify the school?
If we move out of Ohio after notifying, what do we need to do?
What do I need to include other than my NOI and curriculum list?
How long do I have before needing to send my notification?
Can I bring my notification in personally instead of mailing it certified?
Do I need to wait to homeschool until I have received my child’s excuse from compulsory attendance?
Do I need to log or track my 900 hours?
And would this be sent in with my next notification or asked for at a portfolio assessment?
What are the options in Ohio for my annual assessment?
What is the "third option" for assessments?
If I leave Ohio or enroll in school, do I need an assessment?
Do I need to notify for my child when he/she turns 6, if it’s during the school year?
His/her birthday falls after the first day of school in my district. Do I need to notify?
Do I need to notify if I decide to withdraw from public preschool, since he/she is not age 6?
What about if I pull my under-compulsory age child from Kindergarten?
We've registered for K, but school hasn't started yet and I've changed my mind. Do I need to notify?
If I do a portfolio review, what do I need to keep as proof of my year?
How do I find homeschool curriculum?
Is there a list of approved curriculum for Ohio?
What about high school diplomas and college acceptance?
Will they be accepted into college after homeschooling high school?
What is the “diploma fairness law” (enacted July 2015)?
How do I withdraw my child from an e-school (public school at home, such as OHVA, Connections, etc)?
How do I withdraw my child from a private school?
Is there a list of acceptable standardized tests that Ohio allows?
Does a teacher have to administer the test, or do I need to have my child tested at my school?
What score is considered to be satisfactory?
Do I have to test if we homeschool? Third Grade? Ohio Graduation Test?
Do I really need to teach all those subjects every year?
My school doesn't teach X subject for Y grade, so why do I need to find a curriculum for every one of those subjects?
Can my child participate in sports, band, or other classes and activities at my local public school?
Does my homeschool teen need a work permit, and if so, how do we get one?
If we decide to enroll back in school, how do we do that?
Where do I send my notification? My school says to send it to an ESC office, not the superintendent.
Does my excusal letter have to be signed by the superintendent? The letter I received is signed by someone else.