Supplemental Parent Class

The next Supplemental Parent Class will be announced soon.

Crookston High School will hosting Driver Education Supplemental Parent Classes throughout the school year. The sessions will be announced at Crookston High School and will also be forwarded to KROX radio and the Crookston Times for students enrolled in Crookston Public Schools along with their parents or guardians. Studies have shown that parents who complete a Supplemental Driving Class with their child have significantly fewer accidents than those that don't complete a Supplemental Driving Class. Minnesota's Zero Death Initiative Program has set a goal of Zero deaths on Minnesota roadways. This will significantly help achieve that goal for our state!

This class is for ALL parents with young drivers and parent(s) of students that need to log hours of driving time prior to taking the road test. The new law requires students to log 50 hours (15 hours at night) if the parent(s) DO NOT complete a Supplemental Parent Class or 40 hours (15 hours at night) if parents DO complete a Supplemental Parent Class. Participants will receive a certificate of completion that is required at the time the road test is taken along with a specific log form that can be downloaded from the Crookston Public Schools website at:
Presenters representing the Zero Death Initiative Program will be Brad Norland from the MN State Patrol, Rich Sanders from the Polk County Highway Department, and Paul Biermaier from the Crookston Police Department. Rod Olson and Chris Trostad will present on behalf of the Crookston High School Driver Education Program.


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