Point of Impact Meetings
The more you know about teen risks, laws and helpful ways to talk with your teen, the more you can help your student become a safe driver. Parents and students are invited and encouraged to attend a 90-minute Point of Impact (POI) class to learn how to improve your own driving instruction and help your teen to become a good driver. We will provide information and tools you can use to help support your teen driving safely.
New drivers have to log 50 hours of driving while they have their permit. Find out how to do this and reduce the required amount by 10 hours by attending a Shakopee Community Education Point of Impact (POI) meeting. Parent/guardians are encouraged to provide as many additional hours with their teens as possible to prepare them to become a safe driver. The driving log must be presented at the time of the road test and submitted with the application for the provisional license.
Parents/guardians and teens are encouraged to attend this class together.
All meetings are held from 8:30-10am at the Shakopee High School, in the 2nd floor Lecture Room. Classes are tentative and subject to change.
Saturday, May 20, 2023: Register with Class Code: DE-POI-23-2