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Math for Love is offering free remote learning lessons. This may be of interest to our homeschooling families. These lessons could also be used for summer enrichment for our families who have a month left of summer vacation! Enjoy! We'd love to hear your thoughts on this program!


Updated: Aug 6

Our SOW families and many other families in this region have chosen to homeschool their students this upcoming school year. One of the steps towards establishing a homeschool year for students is submitting a letter called a "Notice of Intent" along with a list of subjects the student will study in the school year to the county. Attached to this post is a blank letter of intent that can be filled out and mailed to the Superintendent of the Virginia County of your residence. To make it easy for you, we've included a list of nearby counties with the superintendent name and address below.

Notice of Intent
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When submitting your list of subjects that are being taught, your list can be as simple as the following: math, literature, science, history, physical education, art, music.

Please let us know if you have any questions!

Arlington County

Dr. Francisco Durán

2110 Washington Blvd

Arlington, VA 22204

(703) 228-6000

Fairfax County

Dr. Scott S. Brabrand

Gatehouse Adm Ctr

8115 Gatehouse Rd

Falls Church, VA 22042

Loudoun County

Dr. Eric Williams

21000 Education Court

Ashburn, VA 20148

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