Grade 9 - 12
Class Description, Content and Proficiencies
Welcome to Driver Education.
This course will develop the physical, mental, and emotional skills needed to be a risk free driver. Curriculum will be based on Zone Control System and Vermont Driver Risk Prevention.
I welcome communication. Please use the school email, firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also contact me through a phone call to Michele in the front office.
I look forward to working with you.
Homework Calendar, Assignments and Scores
The homework calendar, class assignments and assignment scores and feedback are posted in Schoology for all classes. Parents and guardians can view these items by creating a parent account. Instructions on creating a parent account can be found HERE.
Important Class Information
Note to parents -- Please drive frequently with your child. Class expectation is that you drive at home at least 1 hour per week. I recommend that you include drives that are more than going on errands. You can always ask your child to take you on the week's, in-school drive.
-- Each week, your child will be scheduled to drive during one block during the day. An effort will be made to create a rotation so your child will not miss the same class every week. Your child will know in advance when the drive time is scheduled. Arrangements should be made to make up a missed class with the teacher of that class.
Link to class blog
Important dates -- Please plan on attending the required family meeting on Tuesday, 9/25/2018. The meeting will begin from 6:30 -- 8:00 pm in the high school auditorium. The student and the primary, at-home adult driver(s) should attend.
Class expectations -- In order for students to reach Basic Proficiency and pass the class, they need to attend every class. A missed Driver Education class is much harder to make up than most other classes.
-- Students are expected to be on time for each class.
-- Students will need to complete a minimum of 20, at-home driving hours during the duration of the class. It is recommended that students drive 10 hours per quarter.