The Basics:Students must be 15 years of age by the first day of class.• Parent/guardian permission is required to take the Driver Education Course.• Course consists of State-required 30 hours of classroom instruction and sixhours of behind-the-wheel lessons.• Students are required to attend all 30 consecutive hours of classroominstruction. The classroom prepares students for the written permit test.After successful completion of classroom instruction, students receive theirBlue Card and have 18 months to obtain a driver’s permit and complete thebehind-the-wheel portion of the program.• Students are required to have their permit for six months, complete six hoursof behind-the-wheel lessons, complete and log 40-50 hours of superviseddriving, and be 16 years of age before they are eligible to take the road testfor a driver's license.• Refunds, minus a $75 cancellation fee, will be issued upon request forcancellation. Refunds will not be issued if requested less than three businessdays prior to the class start date.• For more information about the licensing process and a full list of programprocedures, visit spps.org/drivered.
SPPS Community Education offers a variety of classes designed for adults with developmental disabilities to explore interests, meet with peers, have fun and learn new skills!
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CLEAR and Culture Club offer a variety of online activities for adults with developmental disabilities.