Summer Driver Education 2023
Please register your student by calling Doug Piper or online at https://forms.gle/bt3qVqDY8hz4xSod9
$204 for In-District Students
$354 for Out-of-District Students
Driver Education Permit
Each Student MUST have a Driver Education Permit.
Application for the Driver Education Permit will be completed in class
$4.00 cost (included in the above cost)
County Health Nurse
Driver Ed Teacher
We will do eye tests on the first day of class for those that haven’t had an eye exam in the last 6 month. Please feel free to have your eyes tested before class begins. If you do, be sure to bring exam results with you the first day of class.
Driver Education Classroom
Successful completion of the classroom consists of passing all objectives based on classroom presentations, the textbook “Drive Right”, and the Kansas Driver's Handbook. All objectives except Chapter 7 Test (Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving), must be completed with at least 80% correct. Objective 7 must be completed with 100%. The Kansas Driver's Handbook objective must be completed before the application for the Driver Education Permit is submitted and must be passed with at least 80%.
During the first week of classroom, students will be assigned a week of behind-the- wheel time. Each student will drive for approximately 6-8 hours during their assigned week. Students must complete 35 behind-the-wheel objectives without coaching or help to successfully complete the driving portion of class. If the student doesn’t complete the behind-the-wheel objectives in their assigned week, additional time will be scheduled up to a total of 12 hours.
Students under the age of 15 are required to have and instructional permit for a period of one (1) year before they can get a restricted license. Students can use their Driver Ed permit to get a learners permit. If you want the 1 year clock to start before class, students can go the the DMV and take an eye test along with a written test to receive an instructional permit.
Lebo Classroom Dates