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<p>If you're not upset with the school, maybe you could just ask the principal.</p>
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<p>In my state, we have to submit an "intent to homeschool" letter to the superintendent with a little bit of info about our plan.</p>
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<p>You should be able to find out exactly what to do at the HSLD website.</p>
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<p>However, if K is not mandatory, you should probably just go to the office and ask how you can "un-enroll (?)" your child.</p>
 

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<p>yes, here in MD we have to send a form to the state stating our intent to hs.  i would google your state specifically. i know in Michigan it is just pull them out.</p>
 

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<p>This probably depends on the state, but I've heard that once you're in the system, you're in the system... so even if K isn't mandatory you might have to go through the same hoops as for an older student.</p>
 
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<p>In WA state, you don't have to file intent to HS before 8 years old.  If you were to pull the child out, you would just write a letter to the principal stating you will be bringing the child home.  I'll file an intent next year when he's 7, but I did not this year at 6 in 1st grade. </p>
 

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<p>Here's a link to the homeschool laws for WI.  <a href="http://dpi.wi.gov/sms/homeb.html" target="_blank">http://dpi.wi.gov/sms/homeb.html</a></p>
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<p>There's a form that you fill out online at the link above (very simple-- you don't even have to list your children's names), and once the DPI has received it (which should be essentially immediately after you send it in), you can start homeschooling.  </p>
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<p>Here's a link to the Wisconsin Parents Association's website that answers your question: <a href="http://homeschooling-wpa.org/faq/#soon" target="_blank">http://homeschooling-wpa.org/faq/#soon</a></p>
 
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