Priority for enrollment will be given to older students. See the Enrollment Placement Form for details What happens to my driving permit after it has been purchased? You can simulate acceleration, braking and turning at Fast Lane! The fee must be attached to the enrollment form. Students may not miss more than two days. Successful completion of the class allows students a one-half credit hour on their transcript. State law also requires each student to complete fifty 50 hours of practice driving with an adult, outside of the class, to qualify for an Illinois license. Registration is electronic and can be accessed by using to sign up. Contact your elementary school for more information.
Any student enrolling in the July session Students must be present to complete paperwork at this time. Classes meet on Monday from 5-7 p. Jeff Coe is the Classroom Instructor. You must be in attendance for 30 hours of class and complete and pass all assigned coursework in order to pass the classroom phase of the course and complete 6 hours of behind-the-wheel. Summer School Office number - 208-854-6700 Free Breakfast and Lunch meals will be provided for all 'Pathways to Promotion' students up to ages 18.
Registration for Summer Driver Education opens on Monday January 14, 2019 at 8:00 a. Classes meet Monday through Thursday. Use the black top and you will be able to drive behind the residence and follow the circle drive. What do I do if I will not be taking the course I was accepted for? Students must attend the 30-hour classroom phase, complete the 6 hours of the behind-the-wheel phase and be 15 years of age before they can apply for a Learners Permit. All instructors will have a detailed absentee policy about how to deal with an absence. There are only 25 spots per class, and these classes will be filled on a first come first served basis.
Students who are enrolled in Summer Session 2 will drive when school starts in the Fall. Students will be listed showing first name, and the first initial of last name. The Classroom Phase of the Driver Ed course will be conducted Monday — Thursday from 8:00 a. Each session equates to one semester half unit of practical and consumer studies. Students may take Driver Education classes regardless of the school they attend.
Confirmations will be emailed the week after the registration deadline. If the entire course is not completed, the student will fail the course and will have to retake the entire course again at a later date. The driving permits will be issued to all students that have successfully completed the course. Please note that we will be closed on August 12. It is not legal to drive on public roads without your permit.
Please get your permit at 400 N Benjamin St. This fee will be collected by the driver education teacher on the first day of class. Selection is based upon the child's birth date, with oldest students first. Summer Dates 2019 Registration: April 1 st — April 30 th Session 1 Classroom Phase — June 10 th — June 26 th Applications must be received by May 3, 2019. The permit test and vision test will be completed during these sessions. Session 2 Classroom Phase — July 9 th — July 25 th Applications must be received by June 7, 2019.
There are six classes in June and six classes in July. Driver's Ed, whether it's a requirement or not, can benefit all drivers. Students are expected to attend all class meetings. Each class will receive a minimum of 30 hours of class time, 6 hours of driving time and 6 hours of observation time. Please contact the Driver Education Coordinator 208-340-0164 or email questions to Foreign Exchange Students: Per District Policy, foreign exchange students will only be placed into the program if there is space available. The fee must be in the form of a money order made payable to Cumberland County Schools Personal checks will not be accepted.
In some cases, there will be 30 spots available Early registration is highly recommended. The letter states that the student is enrolled in school. Bring your receipt to the first day of class. All classes for the Secondary Summer Schools begin on Monday, July 1st for Semester 2. After you have completed your registration, you will receive a confirmation email. All checks must have pre-printed name, address, and telephone number on them. Students who miss class due to illness will need to make arrangements for a make-up session with their class instructor.
This is the pilot year for this class. Individual schedules will be distributed at enrollment on April 23 or 25. The District offers remediation assistance for elementary students in math, language and reading. This is where you can check to see which classes still have openings. Enrollment will be selected chronologically with the oldest being enrolled first.
This is a certified letter that can be obtained from the student's school. Free Breakfast and Lunch meals will be provided for all students up to and including ages 18. Please record your receipt number on the Enrollment Placement Form. We are no longer accepting new students. All classes for the Secondary Summer Schools begin on Tuesday, June 4th for Semester 1.