North Dakota Homeschool

Statement of intent to supervise home education.
At least fourteen days before beginning home education or within fourteen days of
establishing a child’s residence in a school district, and once each year thereafter, a parent
intending to supervise or supervising home education shall file a statement, reflecting that intent
or fact, with the superintendent of the child’s school district of residence or if no superintendent
is employed, with the county superintendent of schools for the child’s county of residence.

The statement must include:
a. The name and address of the child receiving home education;
b. The child’s date of birth;
c. The child’s grade level;
d. The name and address of the parent who will supervise the home education;
e. The qualifications of the parent who will supervise the home education;
f. Any public school courses in which the child intends to participate and the school
district offering the courses; and
g. Any extracurricular activities in which the child intends to participate and the
school district or approved nonpublic school offering the activities.

2. The statement must be accompanied by a copy of the child’s immunization record and
proof of the child’s identity as required by section 12-60-26.

3. The superintendent of the child’s school district of residence or if no superintendent is
employed, the county superintendent of schools for the child’s county of residence
shall report the number of statements of intent that have been filed in accordance with
this section to the superintendent of public instruction at the time and in the manner
required by the superintendent of public instruction.

15.1-23-03. Home education – Parental qualifications.
A parent may supervise home education if the parent:
1. Holds a high school diploma or a general educational development diploma; or
2. Meets the requirements of section 15.1-23-06.

 

*This information was not compiled by a lawyer. This should by no means be interpreted as legal advice. It is your responsibility to interpret and understand the laws that you will be homeschooling under.

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