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Driver's Education Fall A 2020


Youth Enrichment / Drivers Education -
2020-2021

The fee includes 30 hours of class room instruction with a licensed teacher and 6 hours of Behind-the-Wheel instruction with a licensed teacherIf you have questions about Driver Education, please contact Community Education at 763.682.8770. Our office is currently open Tuesdays, 8 am-4 pm and Thursdays, 8 am-2 pm.

If Distance Learning is mandated: The student will access the google meet classroom using their BHM district issued email address. If the student does not attend BHM Schools, please contact Community Education at 763.682.8770 or email commed@bhmschools.org to have a district email assigned to them.

Class Dates and Times: The class may be held via Distance Learning or, if in-person is allowed, the students will meet in Room D106 at Buffalo High School with Mr. Holtz.  A total of 30 hours of classroom must be completed.  100% attendance and promptness are expected. Instructor may announce date/time changes.

Make-Up Session:  One make-up session is scheduled for Wednesday, October 21, 4-7 pm, either via Distance Learning or in Room D106 at Buffalo High School. Tardies and/or absence from one class need to be made-up. Students needing more than 3-hours of make-up time will be withdrawn and the student will retake the entire 30 hours of classroom instruction.The classroom portion of the fee, $110, is nonrefundable.  An additional $110 fee is required to retake the classroom instruction.Check for schedule conflicts prior to registering.

Parent and Student Safety Meeting:  We may not be able to offer the Parent and Student Safety Meeting due to Covid-19 guidelines. If we can safely gather, you will be notified by email the date and time of the meeting. Safe Communities of Wright County and Driver Education staff jointly conduct the meeting.We encourage attending.

Instruction Permit Test:  The Instruction Permit Test will not be administered as part of the class. The DMV is now requiring parents to schedule an appointment for the Written Instructional Permit test. Visit drive.mn.gov to schedule or reschedule an exam. Parents should read and understand the information provided on the drive.mn.gov website so the student is prepared with the necessary documentation when they arrive for the exam. Students can take their Written Instructional Permit Test when they are age 15. Students will need a Blue Card to take the Written Instructional Permit Test, which can be picked up at the Community Education Office after successfully completing the classroom instruction. The student MUST be present to sign the blue card. The blue card cannot be given to the parent without the student. The parent may not sign for the student.

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FDE2020A
Distance Learning : At Home
Mon/Wed, Sep 14 - Oct 19 & Tue Oct 13
3:45 - 6:45 PM

  No Class Oct 12 & Oct 14


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