McCall-Donnelly School District Driver’s Education Program
Who: any FULL-TIME student 14.5 years and older
Where: McCall-Donnelly High School
How: 30-hour online coursework through IDLA (Idaho Digital Learning Academy) spread over six weeks paired with (6) two-hour “Behind the Wheel” sessions (1 hour driving, 1 hour observing).
Session 3: June 21 through July 31,
Session 4: August 2 through September 11,
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:
+ 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)
+ Verification of Compliance - VOC (if under 18) *contact 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.
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 by 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. REGISTER HERE
Questions? Please contact Kim Arrasmith at 208-634-2218