Coach Pass - Driver Education Class

Driver Education

:)Welcome to Driver Education for the Spring of 2014. There will be six driver education classes this semester at Fannin County High School.  Coach Gouchnour will teach two classes, Coach Stone will teach one and I will teach two classes.:)

We will complete 30 hours in the classroom and then finish the course by driving 6 hours on the road.  We will drive on several different types of roads during the semester.  We will have one Chevrolet Silverado and one Ford F-150 that we will drive.  We will complete several different skills test during the semester. 

 

Coach Pass's Spring Semester

Work Hours:7:45-3:45

Room # New Old Field House

School #: 706 632 2081

School Fax #: 706 632 4442

website:  www.classjump.com

 

Driver's Education

First Block  8:10-9:40(class)

Second Block 9:47-11:20(class)

Third Block 11:27- 1:31 (ISS)

Fourth Block  1:38-3:10 (planning)

Please contact me anytime at the following:

spass@fannin.k12.ga.us

A driver education program is designed to teach new drivers fundamental skills and basic knowledge about driving a motor vehicle. All driver education programs are required to use Department of Driver Services-approved standardized curriculum with Department of Driver Services licensed instructors. The program consists of 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Young drivers may qualify for a driver's license, but they're still learning to drive. They tend to overestimate their abilities behind the wheel.

And, as we all know in Georgia, speed limits fluctuate, traffic gets heavy, and rain and snow are hazards.

 

http://www.dds.ga.gov/teens

A driver education program is designed to teach new drivers fundamental skills and basic knowledge about driving a motor vehicle. All driver education programs are required to use Department of Driver Services-approved standardized curriculum with Department of Driver Services licensed instructors. The program consists of 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Young drivers may qualify for a driver's license, but they're still learning to drive. They tend to overestimate their abilities behind the wheel.

And, as we all know in Georgia, speed limits fluctuate, traffic gets heavy, and rain and snow are hazards.

 

http://www.dds.ga.gov/teens


We have had a lot of missed days due to weather and county water problems.  Please make sure you are here on your driving days so we can make sure you get your 6 hours of driving time.