Home School Applications within the Waterloo Communities School District are now available.
Waterloo parents/guardians who choose to home school their children with Competent Private Instruction (CPI) can contact the Waterloo Community School District to request the appropriate forms. Home school applications for the 2016-17 school year are available for pick-up at the Education Service Center in Room 216. Applications (Form A) can also be printed from the Waterloo Schools website under Home School. This paperwork must be completed and submitted each year for students who choose CPI.
Parents can also opt to dual enroll their child, which allows children to participate in one or more courses and/or extracurricular activities offered by the District.
Applications are due in the testing office at the Education Service Center by September 1 or within 14 calendar days of moving into the district. If students are interested in taking classes in their Waterloo school attendance center (dual enrollment) as well as being home schooled, forms should be turned in earlier than the due date in order to schedule classes before the school year begins on August 25.
For more information or to receive an application, please contact Dr. Charles McNulty, Associate Superintendent for Educational Services, at 319-433-1800.
Saturday, January 20 2018 5:47 AM EST2018-01-20 10:47:05 GMT
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