• Microsoft Teams QuickStart

    Driver Education and Traffic Safety will be taught in person to start the year. Microsoft Teams will be updated weekly should the situation call for online learning. Be sure to check the class materials section for helpful documents such as Driving Logs and Power Point presentations that will help you prepare for the Road Rules and Signs exam.

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  • None of this goes to NMHS or me! You'll need the following for the DMV/Tax Collector's Office:

    Social Security Card

    Birth Certificate (Original or an official copy)

    Two Proofs of your current address (think paystubs or other official letters, documents you'd get in the mail)

    $54.25  ($48 plus 6.25 tax).

    Be prepared to pass a vision test.

    *We give the 50-question, Road Rules & Signs test during the 2nd week of class but you can go to the DMV prior (or even during the class) on your own and try to get your permit. You can find the Florida Drivers Handbook online at flhsmv.gov to help you prepare and for accepted Drug and Alcohol courses online.



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  • I'm driving!

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Welcome to the 2020-21 school year!

  • Please see the "Meet the Teacher" link if you wish to contact me directly.


    Teachers have moved from other platforms to Microsoft Teams for online teaching.

    Driver Education as of Tuesday, Jan. 19: Will be taught in person and not online for all three periods. This means range driving (one person per car) will be included. Traffic drives, as of now, will have two students and a teacher in the vehicle with windows down for parts of the drive to circulate fresh air and cleaning procedures during any driver changes and at the end of class.


    However, classes, rosters and schedules are subject to change daily based on new information. Due to the potential for a move to online learning at any time: All driver education classes in Microsoft Teams will be updated weekly just in case.