The Herald Bulletin

Evening Update

Local Education

January 29, 2014

Driver's ed classes start Feb. 10 at PHHS

PENDLETON — Pendleton Heights High School will begin driver's education classes on Feb. 10. The last class is March 3.

Classroom classes will meet in the PIT on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 9 p.m.

Students are allowed one absence from class. Three tardies equal one absence.

Students will be assigned drive times. Drive times will be assigned in two-hour shifts with two students in each car. Each student will drive an hour for six days. Group A will start driving on Monday, Feb. 24, and finish driving on Wednesday, March 12. Group B will start driving on Tuesday, Feb. 25, and finish driving on Thursday, March 13.

Students are not allowed to miss a scheduled drive time. A missed drive time will result in the student being dropped from the course. Students will also have their student driving permit revoked and lose their course fee.

— CDE forms will be passed out on Monday, Feb. 10.

— Students must pass the written test at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles before they will be issued a student learner’s permit. Students cannot take the written test before they are issued a CDE form.

— Cost is $390. Checks may be made to PHHS. Space is limited to 60 students. Full payment will reserve enrollment in this session. Enrollment forms and checks should be given to Mrs. Kane in the attendance office.

Information: 221-5001, ext. 2590.

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