NOTICE OF INTENT TO HOMESCHOOL
If you are just beginning to homeschool AND your child has reached his/her 7th birthday or has not yet reached his/her 17th birthday, you will need to file a Notice of Intent to Provide Home Instruction. For a printable version of the Notice of Intent form, below.
SUBSEQUENT LETTER TO HOMESCHOOL
If you have been homeschooling during the past academic school year and plan to continue homeschooling during the next school year, you will need to file a Subsequent Letter to Homeschool together with the results of an annual assessment. For a printable version of the Subsequent Letter to Homeschool form for children who were homeschooled in Maine during the past academic school year, click here:
Find Your Superintendent: The Maine Department of Education website has a search engine to help you locate your superintendent's contact information. You can visit their website here: https://neo.maine.gov/DOE/neo/Supersearch/Supersearch/Town
Mailing Letters of Intent: Contact your town office to request the correct mailing address. You can also find your local superintendent's name and address at this website: http://www.msmaweb.com/mssa/superintendents/
Remember to keep copies of all letters of intent and mail receipts until the homeschool program concludes.
If you need assistance with annual assessment options, curriculum options, or if you have other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the HOME office at 763-2880
or email@example.com. We would be happy to assist!
*Annual Subsequent Letter of Intent and Annual Assessment Caution
Subsequent Letters of Intent to homeschool and annual assessment results are due by September 1. The Department of Education does not mail out reminders. Annual assessment results must be included in the same packet with the Subsequent Letter of Intent. To avoid contact from school officials, the Department of Education and/or the Department of Human Services, please submit your annual assessment results by September 1! Mail copies to both the DOE in Augusta and your local superintendent.