Summer 2020 Driver Education has been cancelled.
Fall driver education registration typically takes place mid August with the session beginning mid Sepember. Please check back for updates throughout the summer. Updated 6/22/20
Drivers Education Updates for Winter and Spring Sessions
Winter drivers education - the remaining 1-2 lecture sessions will be held via zoom and/or email video. Students will also have the opportunity and be required to make up missed lecrtures. NY State Education is requiring that that the driving times be completed for course certification. The driving portion of the program is on hold until further notice. Students will be contacted by their BOCES lecture instructor with information regarding the lecture format by May 20. Updated May 26-BOCES hoping to havelectures completed soon.
Spring drivers education - Spring Refund Letter - Spring drivers education has been cancelled. All students and parents will be contacted via phone and email on May 1 by WCSD community education staff with the refund details. We plan to offer the displaced driving students from spring registration early registration if summer lessons are planned.
Summer drivers education - is currently on hold.
Please contact Roger Brown, coordinator for Webster drivers education, at 585-755-7985, M-F, 9 am - 4 pm, regarding winter drivers education make up plans.
Please contact Jane_Laskey@webstercsd.org with other questions.
Walk-In registrations for Driver's Education will be accepted at the Webster Community Programs Service Desk located in the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road, on a first-come, first-served basis. Check in at the desk to get a number. The number is your place in line to register for drivers education. Please contact 670-1087 with questions re registration.
Webster Community Programs sponsors driver's education in partnership with
BOCES #1. Classes and driving instruction are held at both Schroeder and Thomas high schools.
Students who successfully complete the Driver's Education Program, meet the NYS Education Department’s requirements for classroom and on-the-road training, and receive a passing grade of 65% or above in both areas, will receive: Student Certificate of Completion, eligibility for reduction of insurance premium, and MV-285 (includes prelicensing course). Note: MV-285 must be submitted by student to DMV to obtain senior driving privileges at age 17.