Driver's Ed.

Please check the Osceola Website / Community Ed. for registration forms.

Driver’s Education is offered through Osceola Community Education.

Please check out the Osceola School District Website and find the link to Community Education for the latest information on the 30 hours classroom instruction & the 12 hours behind-the-wheel instruction.

This is also where you will find the registration forms for classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction. Registration forms and payment should be turned into the Community Ed. office at the Osceola High School.

Driver's Ed. FAQ's

Please feel free to stop in & visit me with any questions or send me an email.

kaiserp@osceolak12.org / 715.294.2127 ext.4120

1. Students must turn in behind-the-wheel registration form/money - to get permit application

2. Questions about forms

3. Please remember if you need to renew your permit or lose your permit/license, you must get an application signed by myself before going to the DMV!


Summer 2019 Driver's Ed Classes

WEEK 1

June 3-4-5-6-7

  • Class 1 / 7:30-9:45 AM
  • Class 2 / 10:00-12:15 AM

WEEK 2

June 10-11-12-13-14

  • Class 1 / 7:30-9:45 AM
  • Class 2 / 10:00-12:15 AM

WEEK 3

June 17-18-19-20-21

  • Class 1 / 7:30-9:45 AM
  • Class 2 / 10:00-12:15 AM

Winter News

If school is ever cancelled, Driver's Ed. classes & behind the wheel driving will also be cancelled.

Permit Information: to apply for your driving permit you will need the following.....

  • turned in $$ for behind the wheel driving with the behind the wheel form to Ms. Kaiser / Community Ed
  • certified birth certificate (from the courthouse, not the hospital)
  • Social Security Card w/signature
  • $35.00 / or current fee
  • your parent/guardian must sign for the permit at the DMV, they will need their regular driver's license
  • the application form (we fill out) is valid for 60 days from the date signed
  • be at the DMV center 1 hour prior to closing, no appt. necessary for a permit
  • must have sections A-B-C filled out before you get to the DMV
  • permit application form from Ms. Kaiser when you are 15 1/2.

Driver's License Info.: to apply for your driving permit you will need the following.....

  • Driver's Ed. Course sheet: this is done electronically, however, if you don't stop into see me I can't fill it out! The DMV will not issue you a WI license if this form isn't completed online.
  • Certified birth certificate (from the courthouse, not the hospital)
  • Social Security Card w/signature
  • $43.00 / or current fee
  • Your parent/guardian must sign for the permit at the DMV, they will need their regular driver's license
  • You can schedule an appt. 11 weeks before your permit has been held for the required 6 months
  • Driving log: have completed the 30 hours of driving with your parent/guardian
  • Must have made an appointment with the DMV, this needs to be done online -
  • click on the WI DMV image below to go to the website
  • WI DMV Website

Wisconsin Donor Registry

  • Launched on March 29, 2010, the registry allows anyone with a Wisconsin Driver’s License or State ID card to legally register to become a donor online at any time at: YesIWillWisconsin.com
  • Click the link below to register!
  • Donate Life WI
  • Please check our Community Ed. page, under Driver's Ed. for the registration forms.
  • Classes will be held in Ms. Kaiser's room/110.
  • Please make sure you bring the required information and documents to the first day of class. These are WI State Law requirement's.
  • Check out Classroom Materials Needed below.

Classroom materials needed

  • Classes will be held in Ms. Kaiser's room/110.
  • Please make sure you bring the required information and documents to the first night of class. These are WI State Law requirement's.
  • Students must bring their birth certificate, notebook & pen to the first day/night of class. They will get their birth certificate back that day/night, but I do need to see it for meeting state guidelines.

Behind the wheel driving sheets are posted (every other) Wednesday morning.

  • Since students are taking on the responsibility of driving, they must also take responsibility for signing themselves up for driving times.
  • Every other week, during the school year, a calendar is posted for the upcoming 2 week's drive times.
  • Students may sign up for 1 driving time per week.
  • Driver's should meet in the teacher's parking lot.

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Here's an interesting article on Judgment & Safety

Judgment & Safety Related to Driving

Adam Gadach, Driver's Ed. speaker, advocating the importance of driver responsibility. Adam speaks about drinking and it's effect on poor decision making when driving.

Drinking, then driving, causes crashes - not accidents- because it is a conscious decision made by the driver.