It's that time of year once again! The smell of new curriculum, the whine of lazy kids, and the joy of new supplies have come together at the start of school.  This also means that it is time for you to send in your Letter of Notification (LON) to homeschool to your Superintendent.

In the state of Kentucky, you are required to send a letter each year to your school district notifying them of your intent to homeschool.  The compulsory school age in the state of KY is 6 to 18.  This means if your child will be 6 years of age or older before Aug. 1, 2017, you will need to send in this notification.  Grade level or date of birth is not required.

Some of you may have received a form from your school, but they may be asking for more information than required.  Your LON needs to include the name of each child, their age, and address.  We have a sample letter on our site, along with some other useful information, including board addresses, here:

You should send in your LON to the Superintendent of your district within the first 2 weeks of the start of school.  We highly suggest sending with a Return Receipt.  Keep this signed receipt with your records.  By sending in your LON within the required time period, you are establishing a bonafide school.  

For your convenience, we have looked up the student start dates for the following districts: 

Pendleton County - August 9th

Campbell County - August 16th

Grant County - August 14 & 15th

Kenton County - August 23rd

Boone County - August 16th

As always, if you have any issues or legal questions, we suggest contacting and joining HSLDA.  THINK members receive a discount to HSLDA.  Contact us for more information.