Section 53A-11-102.6 describes Utah law related to your child's participation in extracurricular activities in the public school system.
Section 53A-11-102.5 describes Utah law related to dual enrollement, which is allows for homeschooling your child and at the same time participatign in classes in your school distrcit.
Section 53A-11-102 describes Utah law related to the need to be exempted from Utah's compulsory education laws in order to homeschool your children.
It is not uncommon for many school districts to be slow in returning certificates of exemption. If it's getting close to the start of the school year, or if you are just feeling uncomfortable, call your school district's homeschool liaison or drop by their office.
You can begin homeschooling your child anytime during the year. You just need to submit an affidavit to your school district. They must accept your affidavit and provide you a certificate of exemption, no matter what time of year it is.
To educate your child at home, you must submit a signed affidavit each year to your school district. By submitting the affidavit, you are informing the school district that your child will attend a home school and receive instruction
- in the subjects the State Board of Education requires to be taught in public schools in accordance with law, and
- for the same length of time as children in public schools (180 days per year - 990 hours, 810 hours for first grade).