Homeschooling while traveling

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Homeschooling while traveling

Postby 3n3rgy » Mon Apr 01, 2013 7:50 pm

I have children that I plan on homeschooling as of next year. I want to be prepared. We live in Missouri now but I do plan on much travel with them for culture and social skills, etc.. How would one do this if there are rules and regulations by state? Also, How exactly do i get ready before the next school year? Registering and what not. I appreciate any and all help. I need to learn time management and such things as well. I have 7 children.
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Re: Homeschooling while traveling

Postby elliemaejune » Tue Apr 02, 2013 9:22 am

3n3rgy wrote:I have children that I plan on homeschooling as of next year. I want to be prepared. We live in Missouri now but I do plan on much travel with them for culture and social skills, etc.. How would one do this if there are rules and regulations by state? Also, How exactly do i get ready before the next school year? Registering and what not. I appreciate any and all help. I need to learn time management and such things as well. I have 7 children.


If you're traveling, you don't need to worry about the laws in each state you'll be visiting.

Missouri law doesn't require you to notify anyone that you'll be homeschooling. You *may*, but you are not required to. I tend to err on the side of not doing anything that isn't specifically required, but it's up to you.
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Postby mrsd » Tue May 07, 2013 3:03 pm

We have done a lot of traveling as homeschoolers, never run into a problem. However, if you plan to stay in one place for more than, say, 2 weeks, you might want to just check their state regulations. We personally try to stay under the radar, regardless. Last year my mom died and we were in another state for nearly 5 months without incident.
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Postby AngelaBreckenridge » Tue Jun 17, 2014 11:03 pm

I'm sure there are special notice that will give to you just in case. Go to Admission-service.com


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