Driver Education - Class/Lab
Course # 1900310
Grade Level: 9-12
Course Length: 1 semester ½ Credit
Prerequisite: Restricted license *
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the highway transportation system, and strategies which will develop driving knowledge and skills related to today’s and tomorrow’s motorized society, and while providing an in depth study of the scope and nature of accident problems and their solutions. Laboratory instruction in dual controlled vehicles under the direction of an instructor and on off-street multiple vehicle driving ranges are available. There is a small materials fee for this course. ($35.00)
* Students who do not have their restricted license the first day of class will be given the DATE course required by the DMV during the first few days of class. They must then go to the license bureau to secure their restricted license using the waiver issued by the driver education teacher. Students who do not present a restricted license by a specified date will be dropped from the course with no refund of the materials fee.
|Last Updated on Friday, 14 October 2011 03:31|
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