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     McCall-Donnelly School District Driver’s Education Program

    Who:  any FULL-TIME student age: 14 years, 6 months and older

    Where:  McCall-Donnelly High School

    How: 30-hour online coursework through IDLA (Idaho Digital Learning Academy) over six weeks paired with (6) two-hour “Behind the Wheel” sessions (1 hour driving, 1 hour observing).

    When:  All 2022 Driver's Education sessions are filled on a "first come, first served" basis.  *Class scheduling may be adjusted according to availability.

    Session 1:  April 4 through May 14, 2022

    Session 2:  May 23 through July 2, 2022

    Session 3:  July 11 through August 20, 2022  

    *TBD* Session 4:  August 29 through October 6, 2022 *TBD*

    What is needed:  To be eligible for enrollment in the McCall-Donnelly School District Driver’s Education program, each student must purchase a Driver Training permit at the County Sheriff's Licensing Department. The permit must be purchased before the student participates in ANY instruction. You will need the following documents to purchase a permit:

         + Verification of Compliance - VOC (if under 18)
              *contact the Driver’s Education Coordinator to request your VOC or request from your            school administrative office
              *If homeschooled, you must be enrolled in a home education program for at least one            year prior to the VOC request.
         + Proof of Age and Identity (Birth Certificate)
         + Social Security Card or Number for Verification
         + Proof of Idaho Residency
         + Acceptable Lawful Presence Documents (if applicable)
         + Visual/Medical Certification (if applicable)
         + Liability Signer (if under 18)

    Cost:  The MDSD Driver’s Education Program is $305.00 per student.  Check or Money Order only - paid directly to MDSD. Payment due to Driver's Ed. Coordinator before the 1st day of class.  This cost covers your IDLA enrollment and “Behind the Wheel” instruction.

    Curriculum and Grading:  Content Standards developed by The State Department of Education, Bureau of Driver Education, are followed.  Students are graded in three separate areas: driving, attitude and classroom on a pass-fail basis; letter grades are not given.

    Please follow this LINK for registration for any of the 2022 Driver's Education sessions through McCall-Donnelly School District.


    Questions?  Please contact Kim Arrasmith at 208-634-2218

     Idaho Driver's Handbook      Parent's Supervised Driving Program       Idaho State Dept. of Ed. Driver's Ed. site



    Kim Arrasmith - karrasmith@mdsd.org
    McCall-Donnelly High School:  208.634.2218
    Driver's Education Cell phone:  208.994.4075
  • *ALL 2022 Driver's Education sessions are open now for registration.

    Please follow this LINK to register for any of the 2022 Driver's Education Sessions.