Notify the School District of Your Decision To Homeschool
If you have decided to homeschool your child then you must send a letter of intent to the school district notifying them of your decision. This letter must be sent 14 days prior to beginning homeschool and every year that you choose to homeschool.
Follow these steps to fill out and send a letter of intent.
- Copy and paste the sample Colorado Letter of Intent below into a new document.
- Fill in the brackets with your personal information.
- Print 2 copies (one for the school district and one for your records).
- Repeat this for each child that you homeschool. The school will need one for each child’s personal file.
- Mail a signed copy of your letter to the school district by certified mail 14 days before beginning to homeschool.
Sample Colorado Letter of Intent
Sample Letter by Rocky Mountain Education Connection.
Copy and paste the following text into a separate document to print:
To Whom It May Concern,
This is to notify you that I will begin home educating [your child’s full name] 14 calendar days from today.
My child is [your child’s current age] and resides at [your primary home address].
The number of attendance hours this year will be 172 days, at an average of 4 hours per day.
(OPTIONAL depending on grade level of child) Test or evaluation results for this school year will be submitted to [name of school district OR independent private school]
[signature of primary homeschooling parent(s) or guardian(s)] [DATE]