2325: Driver Training Education

Gooding Joint School District No. 231

INSTRUCTION                                                                                                        2325

Driver Training Education


The District may offer a Driver Training Education Program when staffing and funding are available. Any such program will be conducted in compliance with all requirements in the Idaho Standards for Public School Driver Education and Training as approved by the State Board of Education.


Anyone residing in the District between the ages of fourteen and one-half (14 1/2) through twenty-one (21) years of age, irrespective or whether they are enrolled in the District, are eligible to enroll in the District’s drivers training program. Such program, in the discretion of the Board, may be conducted after school hours, on Saturdays or during regular school vacation periods.

The District may offer a joint driver training program with other districts.


No charge or enrollment fee shall be required of a student not enrolled in the District, unless public school students are required to pay such enrollment fees or charges.


A fee shall be assessed to cover those costs which are not reimbursed by State funds, except that this fee may be waived or reduced for students whose families, by reason of their low income, would have difficulty paying the entire fee.


The purpose of the program is to introduce students to a course of study that leads to the eventual development of skills appropriate for a licensed driver. The traffic education program is designed to meet the criteria established by the State Department of Education.




Legal Reference: I.C. § 33-1701 et seq.       Driver Training Courses

I.C. § 49-110                     Definitions

I.C. § 49-307                     Fee for Class D Driver’s Training Instruction Permit

– – Class D Supervised Instruction Permit IDAPA Driver Education


Policy History: Adopted on: 5/8/12 Revised on: Reviewed on: 1/19/21











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