If you are compliant with the required notification information, the superintendent may not deny your notification. The superintendent has 14 calendar days in which to notify you in writing of either compliance or non-compliance with the regulations. The information you are required to provide may not be exceeded by the superintendent. If you receive notification of “non-compliance,” the superintendent may only ask for information which is incomplete or missing, not additional information. For instance, the superintendent may not ask for grade level or that you provide a copy of the textbooks’ table of contents, because these are not required in the regulations. If the 14 days has come and gone, and the school district then contacts you, you are under no obligation to provide any further information, and can request your excuse from compulsory attendance.