Huntington's summer driver education program still has openings for students

Summer Driver Ed Openings Still Available

Huntington's summer driver education program still has openings for students.

May 25, 2018

There are still seats available in the Huntington School District’s summer driver education program, which is open to any student who has reached the age of 16 by June 25 and holds a valid learner’s permit.

There are still seats available in the Huntington School District’s summer driver education program, which is open to any student who has reached the age of 16 by June 25 and holds a valid learner’s permit.

Anyone interested in registering for the program can call the office of District Director Georgia D. McCarthy at (631) 673-2018 or send her a message at [email protected]. You can also stop in her office located in Room 122 at Huntington High School.

The registration fee is $500 for residents and $525 for non-residents. Checks should be made payable to: Huntington High School Driver Education Program. A valid learner’s permit must be presented the first day of class.

An application for the program can be downloaded by logging onto the Huntington School District’s website at www.joshuacarnes.info and going to Menu and then selecting Driver Education under Resources. Scroll down to Driver Education Documents and select Summer Files.

The course will run from June 25 through August 2. No class will be held on July 4, but the mandatory make-up date is July 20. Lecture classes will be conducted Monday through Thursday. Students must attend all four days each week. Road classes will be conducted twice a week. Class time will depend on each student’s schedule. Individual schedules will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis on the day of registration.

Students are allowed to miss a maximum of three classes. However, these classes must be made up immediately. If a student is absent on a day when there are both lecture and road classes, it will count as two absences. Once a student misses a third class, they will be dropped from the program and will be ineligible for a “blue card” (MV-285). Classes cannot be made up once a new semester has started.

Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the program each day. No refunds will be provided once classes have begun.

To be eligible for a “blue card” a student must satisfactorily complete 24 hours of lecture and 24 hours in the car during the summer program.

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