Driver Education is administered as per New York State regulations. Twenty four hours of classroom instruction are required to pass the course. The course will consist of 16 classes that will each meet for 90 minutes. This satisfies the seat time required by New York State. 100 percent attendance is required.
If, due to illness, work, sports, etc. it is unavoidable to miss a class, the student must communicate with the teacher to arrange a make-up ASAP. Make-ups may include homework, attending an alternate class, and/or an Internet assignment at the discretion of the teacher. Students will be allowed to make up only three missed classes. Any additional absences will disqualify the student from receiving credit for the course.
Students are expected to attend all driving lessons as scheduled. If a
students misses more than two lessons there will be an additional fee of $50 per car group of four students to make up the missed lessons. Students must achieve a passing grade for both classroom instruction and driving instruction to receive a course completion certificate.
To sign up for Driver’s Ed, visit the Guidance Office
Parent Portal Procedures
After logging into your parent portal account, click on the purple button next to your child’s name. Click on the grades tab. This tab gives the parent a viewing of a student’s unweighted grades. If you move over to the left of the screen and click on the printer icon, this will pull up the report card – the report card includes the weighted grades if your child participates in any advanced, college or AP courses. You can print the report card from here.
All Night Graduation
All Night Graduation It is a fun-filled evening for seniors to celebrate graduation. Only Valley Central graduating seniors may attend. No guests are permitted
The celebration begins at 11 p.m. and ends the following morning at 5 a.m. Students must arrive by midnight. Students may leave early ONLY AFTER PARENTS HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED. After leaving, students are not allowed to return. Parents noted on permission slips are called for any student who signs up but does not come by midnight. Students are supervised at all times by parent volunteers, police officers and EMTs.
The event is hosted by the parents of the Senior Class with support from School District. Many businesses and organizations in and around the Town of Montgomery provide financial support and services to make this a wonderful evening.
Why Attend the All Night Grad Party?
- Because it is an amazing evening of FUN! Students will share one last memorable event with friends and classmates. Why wouldn’t they want to attend?
- The evening includes endless food, live bands throughout the evening, a gym full of over-sized inflatables, games, DJ and much more.
- Amazing prizes are randomly awarded all through the night, which in the past have included flat panel TVs, FitBit watches, tablets, Beats headphones, gift cards and so much more!
- Because it is a SAFE place to celebrate. No drugs, no alcohol, no driving under the influence, no peer pressure to do something reckless, no getting into trouble.