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In an encouraging turn of events, the Calhoun Intermediate School District contacted us regarding a home schooling family. The district stated that "the M's letter [of intent to home school] is inadequate, and we would appreciate a letter similar to the ones submitted [by HSLDA on behalf of] the H and B families." Also, in Grand Traverse County, the local prosecuting attorney contacted a member and asked to have us approve the wording of a letter that was being sent to home school families. He wanted to ensure that his letter explained home school law properly. We are thankful that these school districts are willing to consult with HSLDA regarding the home school law. This would not have happened 10 years ago.