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What is an Instructional Service Provider?
What services are considered substantially similar?
What services are not considered substantially similar?
Individual lessons, religious content classes, memberships, admission, tuition, clubs, team sports, clinics, elite classes, or content specific classes (such as dance, karate, swimming, or gymnastics)
How do I become an approved Instructional Service Provider with MP3?
First, an MP3 family must submit an Instructional Service Provider Screening Form for each class for approval. This form is reviewed by the ISP Committee. Once a class is approved the services secretary requests information from the service provider in an ISP Packet. When the services secretary receives all necessary documentation from the ISP, the ISP is placed on the MP3 Instructional Service Provider List. For more info click here.
If I find an ISP on the MP3 Instructional Service Provider List can I request services for any classes provided by this ISP?
What does it mean if an ISP is in Pending Status?
The ISP committee has approved the request. MP3 is waiting for the ISP to complete the necessary paperwork before services can be approved. MP3 Families may submit an Instructional Service Provider Screening Form if they wish to be notified when the ISP has been approved for services. Otherwise, the MP3 website can be checked for updates. Once the paperwork is received from the ISP the status will be changed from Pending to Approved.
What is the process for new service requests?
Do I need to fill out a Parent Agreement for each ISP?
No, the Parent Agreement only needs to be completed once a year before any services begin.