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Fall 2003

Preston County Some homeschoolers received a thick packet of information from the school board, which included an outdated notice of intent form, copies of some state superintendent interpretations having to do with homeschooling, and a sample outline of a plan of instruction for a 10th grade student. One homeschool parent filled out the notice of intent form according to the current legal requirements and crossed out the part of the form that asked for a 4-year degree. She returned the form with her plan of instruction to the school board office and received no response.