The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 3
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MAY / JUNE 2001
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Cover Story
National home school leadership summit

Chicken run!

A state leader's thoughts on the summit

Special Features
HSLDA attorneys on call 24 hours a day

PHC: Wrapping up year one
Just another busy day on Capitol Hill

Across the States
State by State

Regular Features
Active Cases

A contrario sensu

Freedom Watch

Notes to members

Prayer and Praise

President's Page

FYI
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Wyoming
Pressure from prosecuting attorney thwarted

Several months into the 2000-2001 school year, the Hot Springs County School District superintendent contacted a Home School Legal Defense Association member family to ensure that they had submitted curriculum, as required by state law. Although the family assured him that they would immediately furnish him with this information, the superintendent wrote a letter to the county prosecuting attorney, informing him that the family might be guilty of violating the compulsory attendance law.

When the prosecutor informed the family that they might be charged with failure to comply with the compulsory attendance law, they immediately called HSLDA. We were able to satisfy the prosecutor with a letter stating that the family had indeed submitted curriculum and were in full compliance with the law. Darren A. Jones