About CESA #2
CESA #2 provides a Department of Public Instruction (DPI) approved Driver Education Program during the curriculum day, after school, or during the summer. CESA #2 can customize a drivers education program to meet the needs of your school district.
CESA #2 is responsible for all aspects of the Driver Education Program: school registration, classroom instruction, behind-the-wheel driving lessons to the completion and submission of all required DPI forms. CESA #2 also provides a DPI certified instructor for both the classroom and behind-the-wheel phases of the program, along with a vehicle and the appropriate insurances.
CESA #2 classroom instruction is a 34-hour program utilizing the most current materials and technology to cover all state required topics, such as organ and tissue donation, railroad crossings, rural driving with respect to farm machinery and farm animals, adverse weather conditions, and an in-depth look at alcohol and drug impairment. Students will be able to choose between the traditional classroom setting and the new web-based application.
CESA #2 also offers an Internet-based option for the student that cannot accommodate the classroom schedule in their busy lives. We recommend the course for the student that is a self-starter. Internet access and Microsoft Word are needed to qualify for the course, as well as an email address. CESA #2 does reserve the right to move a student to a classroom setting if the instructor does not feel that the Internet option is a good fit for the student.
The 6-hour Behind-The-Wheel program with DPI certified instructors offers the student a variety of driving experiences in a controlled, safe environment. Experiences will include, but are not limited to, city and rural driving, the Interstate, and the dreaded “parallel parking” experience!
The cost of the complete CESA #2 Driver Education Program is $400.00. The Internet-based program fees are $425.00