Point of Impact Meetings
The more you know about teen driver risks, laws and helpful ways to talk to your teen, the more you can help your student become a safe driver. Guardians and students are invited and encouraged to attend a 90-minute class. Please limit attendance to one guardian per student to help maintain social distancing. Learn how to improve your own driving instruction and help your teen to become a better driver. Find out about the new rules for first-time drivers. 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. Parents/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. We look forward to seeing you at the class and working together to make your teen as well-trained and safe as possible behind the wheel.
All meetings are held at Shakopee High School, 2nd Floor Lecture Room or Thrust Stage. They are free but registration is required.
All meetings meet 7-8:30pm.
Upcoming Dates (tentative):
Sunday, February 6, 2022 - Register with Class Code: DE-POI-22-1
Sunday, April 24, 2022 - Register with Class Code: DE-POI-22-2
Sunday, July 17, 2022 - Register with Class Code: DE-POI-22-3
Community Education programs will be open in compliance with State and Federal guidelines during this pandemic. Please be advised that participant compliance with programming expectations for health and safety must be followed. Community Education programs will take an abundance of care for all participants but acknowledge a potential risk for health and safety due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click HERE to view the ISD 720 Community Education COVID-19 Preparedness Plan.