Register with Superintendent's Office

In accordance with state law, Waconia Public Schools is required to ensure that all school-age children living within the district's boundaries are being educated. Residents of ISD 110 may choose to homeschool.

A parent who teaches homeschool must turn in a Full Report  and Immunization Report to the student’s resident school superintendent:

· By October 1 of the first year the child is homeschooled after reaching age seven.

· Within 15 days of withdrawing a child from public school to homeschool.

Within 15 days of moving out of a district, the parent must notify the old district of the move. They must turn in the Full Report to the new district by October 1 of the next year.

In subsequent years, the parent turns in a Letter of Intent to Continue to Provide Instruction by October 1 of each year.


Waconia Public Schools
512 Industrial Blvd
Waconia, MN  55387


(952) 442-0639


Home School Full Report 2019-2020
Immunization Report
Letter of Intent to Continue to Provide Home School Instruction 2019-2020

Aids to Nonpublic Students

Parents of students in regular private schools often pay for most of their students’ tuition, and so do homeschooling families. A small amount of financial assistance is available through the Aids to Nonpublic Students program. You must meet the following deadlines if you want aid:

By September 15: Complete the Request for Aids forms available in the superintendent's office.    

By October 1: Return Aids to Nonpublic Students Form to your resident school district.

By October 15: Your resident school district submits information to MDE, allowing you to:

-$86.94 per eligible pupil for reimbursement for textbooks, standardized tests and individual instructional materials on a loan basis. These funds may now be used for ACT testing.

-participate in the district's Pupil Health Services.

-access to Secondary Pupil Guidance and Counseling Services.

Students must be age 5 by September 1 to be eligible for any aid. Unless kindergarten students are in full-day programs, they receive pro-rated half-time funding.