Right, but he said that since my hs year ends after that date I am not required to submit, because the bill will be in effect at that point. I believe my year is over the first of August. I'll look into it, but really, I get the idea that the DoE just doesn't really care. edited: here's the email House Bill 283 was signed today by Governor Nathan Deal. This new law, effective 7/1/2013, says that Georgia Homeschoolers are no longer required to turn in their attendance records to the government, BUT must maintain students' records, keeping them for 3 years.
Since your last day of school, as reported on your 2012/2013 Declaration of Intent is after 7/1/2013, you will not be required to file your 2012/2013 annual attendance report.
All current and future attendance records entered using HomeschoolCompliance.com will continue to be archived for 12 years and will NOT be provided to any 3rd party.
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