Approved Outside Service Providers (OSP) must be able to report student progress as needed to districts. This includes current grades and any other relevant information that may prohibit a student from participating in school activities (i.e. "No Pass. No Play"). Providing parent access to the Learning Management System (LMS) grade reporting functionality fulfills this requirement.
The Provider must notify the home district if any student is at risk of failing an online course no less than three (3) weeks before the end of the term. This allows for the student's parents to be notified and for the student to rectify the situation, or make alternative arrangements.
End-of-year reporting is managed by Idaho State Department of Education. For all other Outside Service Providers the end-of-year report is due the last weekday of June. The report must include:
List by Course:
List by District:
All course payments or reimbursements will be at the discretion between the student's home school district and the Provider school district. If a student course request is an overload course, the student's home school district can make the determination to pay for the course or have the parent/guardian of the student pay for the course.