USD266 Maize offers two programs in driver education; face-to-face and online. Both programs strive to prepare students in driver education to become knowledgeable and respectful of the law, to learn basic driving skills, and to develop a responsible attitude toward driving. The instructors will provide critical experience to students, involve parents in the process, and foster cooperative interactions with others in the driving environment.
ONLINE DRIVER EDUCATION
Online Driver Education is a district course offered to high school students who meet the minimum age requirement of 14. This course is offered each term during the school year with a limit of 50 students each term. The bookwork is available 24/7 online and the driving is done after school. Drive times are typically 3:00, 4:00, 5:00pm for one hour. The course is pass/fail (.5 credit) and the course cost is $200. It is recommended that students obtain a learners permit before enrolling in this course. If you would like to sign up for Online Driver Education the student and parent/guardian must both attend the enrollment night.
2021-2022 Enrollment Night for Online Drivers Education
- Term 1 - August 23rd; 6:00pm MHS Commons
- Term 2 - October 18th; 6:00pm MHS Commons
- Term 3 - January 10th; 6:00pm MHS Commons
- Term 4 - March 21st; 6:00pm MHS Commons
More questions? Contact Joy Lewellen at email@example.com
2022 Summer Driver Education: More information will be available in December 2021.
Kansas Driver Handbook Test
Students who don’t have a valid instruction permit or who have an instruction permit that will expire prior to the end of the summer drivers education will be required to take the Kansas Driver Handbook Test. This test will be administered in person at a location to be determined the week prior to the start of the class. Students who are required to take the test must pass the Kansas Handbook Test at a minimum Mastery Level of 80% in order to complete the course. The student will be given three proctored opportunities to successfully complete this test. For a digital copy of the Kansas Driver Handbook, please click the link below. Print copies of the handbook may be purchased at any local Drivers License Exam Station.
Students and parents with questions are encouraged to contact Curtis Klein at 316-462-8048 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.