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SHERIDAN — A drivers education class for high school students is planned for June 10-12.
The 15-hour class is part of the 30 hours required by state law for youth to obtain a driver’s license by the age of 16 1/2. In order to attend the class, students are required to have completed the health class at Sheridan High School, have a permit to drive and have use of a car.
Students will schedule six hours of driving time and six hours of riding with and observing a driver.
The class will be from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day in the old health room at Sheridan High School.
Attendance at each day’s class is required for successful course completion.The class fee is $200, payable at the start of the course.
To register call Rich Macht at 674-8436.
Students who have not registered in advance may show up on the first day of class to participate. The next class will be July 8-10.
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