All students needing to qualify for a certificate of completion must meet the following:
1. Classroom - (1800 minutes/30 hrs.
A. Satisfactory knowledge of classroom materials through testing and achievement 75% of all possible points offered.
B. Presentation of satisfactory notebook anytime a notebook check is made (optional with teacher).
C. Make-up work (worksheets) pertaining to the missed topic is completed satisfactorily and turned in within a reasonable time limit of one-week.
Students must view Organ
Donor Video and Railroad Crossing Video
that is mandated by the State of
B. Any make-up work should be on the unit missed, if possible and completed satisfactorily within the prescribed time of one-week of absence.
B. Attitude Ė The student must show that he/she wants to be a safe driver by doing his/her best in all phases of the course. Anything less is unacceptable. Example: A student violating his/her instruction permit, in any way, will be demonstrating an undesirable attitude towards the safety of themselves and others.
C. Make-up driving is resolved with the studentís teacher. However, because of the scheduling of 4 students per car, and the filled schedules of the teacher, makeup drives may be scheduled at times other than the studentís regularly scheduled time, if a make-up time can be scheduled at all.
D. If necessary, the instructor will recommend that the Department of Transportation give certain students a driving skill test.
B. Work missed due to approved absence, the student will be allowed time to complete the work missed, within the prescribed time limit given by the instructor (one week). Students who missed work due to an unapproved absence will not be permitted or allowed to make-up work missed.
As a beginning driver, the opportunity to drive represents a milestone in
the studentís life. The privilege
to drive is accomplished by the obligation to constantly demonstrate a courteous
attitude and exercise good judgment. An
uninformed, skilled driver is a traffic hazard.
As a beginning driver, the opportunity to drive represents a milestone in the studentís life. The privilege to drive is accomplished by the obligation to constantly demonstrate a courteous attitude and exercise good judgment. An uninformed, skilled driver is a traffic hazard.