Illinois Compliance Letter

Send The School A Letter Of Compliance

After you have sent your official withdrawal letter to the school they may respond by asking you to give them more information. You may be asked to sign a “Statement of Assurance”, a “Non-Public School Registration Enrollment and Staff Report” and/or a “Home School Registration Form”. You are not required by law to fill out any of these forms. If you receive any of these forms then send it/them back blank along with this letter of compliance.

Follow these steps to send in a Letter of Compliance.

  1. Copy and paste the sample Illinois Compliance Letter below into a separate document.
  2. Fill in the brackets with your own personal information and print 2 copies.
  3. Mail a signed copy to the school and keep the other for your records. Be sure to use Certified Mail Return Receipt Requested so you can get proof of delivery.

 

Sample Illinois Compliance Letter

This sample letter is by Illinois H.O.U.S.E..

Copy and paste the following text into a separate document to print:

[Your name]
[Address]
[City, State, Zip]
[Phone Number]
[Date]

[Superintendent’s Name]
Regional Superintendent of Schools
[Address]
[City, State, Zip]

Thank you for taking the time to write to us regarding the attendance of our school-age children. Our children are enrolled at [name of your homeschool].

The school provides each student with instructional services in the same branches of education taught to children of corresponding age and grade in the public schools, and teaches in the English language.

It is our assumption that your office will file the documentation and assurances listed above, and close your investigation. In the unlikely event that you have further questions, please write again.

Sincerely,

[Signatures]

[Typed names]


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