Update on Partnership for Safe Teen Driving
Due to school closure during the spring some students were unable to attend Partner’s for Safe Teen Driving (PSTD). This 90-minute program is required to be attended by the student and their parent/guardian as part of classroom driver education to fulfill juvenile licensing requirements. Additional programs have been scheduled on July 29, August 5, August 10, and August. 17 in the evening. The programs will be held virtually and the student and parent/guardian must participate in the presentation together. Students should complete the form at https://forms.gle/62rXQuqszigZ5AZw6 to register for PSTD. Each session is limited to 40 participants (student and parent/guardian). Students will be registered first-come, first-served. Students must be logged into their FCPS Google account to access the form. A confirmation email and separate email with the Blackboard Collaborate link to join the session will be sent to the student’s FCPS Gmail. After completing the program the student will receive a certificate of completion in their FCPS Gmail. The certificate of completion will need to be sent to the student’s classroom driver education teacher. Please contact Carrie Reynolds at @email with any questions.
These sessions are intended for students who were in classroom driver education during the 2019-2020 school year. If there are students who are rising seniors or recent graduates that still need to attend PSTD, please go to the ACE website. Information for ACE courses can be found at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu/CategorySubjectListing.aspx?ProgramID=28&ProgramName=Driver+Education&IsCourse=1.