U.S.D. #430 Summer Drivers Education
Drivers Education applications for the 2017 summer drivers education program at USD #430 are currently available at the Horton High School office and from Rodney Clay, teacher at the Everest Middle School.
Why take Driver’s Ed? Several reasons come to mind: Some insurance companies give discounts for students taking Drivers Ed, it allows students that do not have access to farm permits to drive “solo” to school and work before they are seventeen, as passing Drivers Education is one the requirements needed to get a restricted permit, and the students gain knowledge about laws and driving skills that are not normally gained by just driving.
Return the completed application and the $150.00 for any student that attends U.S.D. #430, or $200.00 for students that do not attend U.S.D. # 430 course fee to the Horton High School office by Friday, April 28, 2017.
The classroom portion of class will be Monday, June 5 to Friday, June 16 from 8:30-11:30 am. Students are required to be in class the entire time for ten class periods. Only two make up days are available (June 19 - 20).
Students will also be required to attend a minimum of six driving times to complete the behind the wheel objectives. Students must be fourteen years of age on or before June 5, 2017 to enroll in the course.
Applications for the 2017 Drivers Education course are available at the Horton High School office or from Rodney Clay at the Everest Middle School.
If you have any questions please feel free to call Rodney Clay, Drivers Education teacher either at the Everest Middle School 548-7536 or home at 486-2741
Articles for The Daily Charger are written by various HHS students and USD 430 Staff Members.