Driver Education - Roseburg High School

 

THIS PROGRAM IS FOR ALL STUDENTS WHO LIVE IN DOUGLAS COUNTY AND HAVE AN OREGON PROVISIONAL INSTRUCTION PERMIT.  

Students who have a license do not qualify for state subsidy and will be assessed an additional $210 fee should they choose to participate.  Failing the driver education course may result in additional fees and class time.

If a student obtains their driver license before completing the class, a total fee of $380 must be paid before a certificate of completion can be awarded.

DMV DRIVER SKILLS TEST

Under the new program from the DMV and ODOT, Roseburg driver education students who successfully complete our ODOT approved Driver Education Program will NOT have to take their Driver Skills Test at the DMV.  They will, however, need to take the 20 question Driver Knowledge Test at the DMV before their license will be issued.

18 YEAR OLDS

The above Driver Skills Test does NOT apply if your student is 18 years old. The DMV and ODOT requires your 18 year old to take their Driver Skills Test and the 20 question Driver Knowledge Test at the DMV.

Together, we want to produce safe and responsible drivers who are capable of driving collision-free for a lifetime.

For more information contact:

Mike Pardon

Driver Ed Coordinator

541-440-4163

Dawn Malinoff

District Office Business Operations

541-440-4021 (7:30-4:00)

                                                                         

SUMMER 2017 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Register online (tab below).  Registration will remain open until start of first class.  Scheduled driving time requests are honored on a first-come, first served basis.  Not all drive time requests will be granted as space is limited.

 

 

  • Program Overview
  • ONLINE Registration & Info.
  • FAQs
  • Parent/Student Resources

Program Overview

  • The classroom portion consists of 30 hours of face-to-face instruction.  Students must attend all 30 hours of class and complete the classwork at an 80% or higher level to pass.
  • The behind-the-wheel portion will include 6 hours of student driving, 8 hours observing another student driver and at least 9 hours of guided home practice before the end of course.  A development of safe driving skills are required to pass.
  • Driver Education classes are located at Roseburg High School in the Main Building.

Requirements

  • Must be at least 15 years of age.
  • Must already have a valid Oregon provisional instruction permit.
  • Must be able to attend all classroom and driving sessions.
  • Must be a resident of Douglas County.

Cost

  • The cost for the program is $175. Reduced $100 fee for students who qualify for free/reduced priced school meals.

  • Payments can be made on or before Parent Information Meeting.

  • Cash or checks accepted.  Please make checks payable to Roseburg Public Schools.

  • Credit/debit cards are also accepted at the parent information meeting.

  • Please note: the high school office does not accept payments.

 

Roseburg Public Schools has four sessions per year: Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring.


SUMMER 2017

Classroom/Driving: June 5th - July 15th, 2017

Parent Information Meeting: June 6th, 2017 @ RHS 6:00-7:30 pm

Driving Exams: July 14th & 15th, 2017


Payments (cash or check) can be made in person (7:30 - 4:00) or mailed to:

Roseburg Public Schools

Attn: Dawn Malinoff

1419 NW Valley View Drive

Roseburg, OR  97471

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Teacher Contacts

If I miss a class and need to make arrangements to make it up, who do I contact?

  • Contact your instructor for the given class (classroom and/or behind-the-wheel)
Sheri Carson Ron Copenhaver Mark Engle Ken Frazier Scott Finlay
Peter Lindstrom Karen Marsters Scott Moyer Mike Pardon Bob Walker
     

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National Distracted Driving Website

 
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