Lake Park High School District 108

Learning Together for Success

Information Center

Effective January 1, 2013

-All front and backseat passengers (rather than just front seat passengers) traveling in a motor vehicle must wear seat belts when the vehicle is in motion.  

-Vehicles are not allowed any type of electronic display that is visible from the driver’s seat while the car is in motion.  This does not include navigational (GPS) systems.


Cell phone usage in Construction and School Zones is prohibited.

Effective January 1, 2008

-New Graduated Drivers Licensing (GDL) Laws Go Into Effect

Effective July 22, 2006

-50 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction, at least 10 hours of which must have been at night,

in order for the minor to receive a graduated driver's license.

Effective January 1, 2006

-Each driver under the age of 18 years and each of the driver's passengers under the age of 19 years (changed from 18) shall wear a safety belt.

Licensing Documents

All Certificates of Completion (Blue Slips) will be issued and conducted on-line.

Click Here (Have your permit number ready) to determine if you are ready for licensing.


50 Hour Driving Log - Ready For Printing

Parent Affidavit Form - Ready For Printing

Secretary of State - Facilities & Hours of Operation 

Driver's Education Parents' Night Information

First Semester 2016 - August 10, 2016 - 7:00 p.m. in the East Campus Auditorium- Parents & Students

Second Semester 2017 - November 30, 2016 - 7:00 p.m. in the East Campus Auditorium- Parents & Students

Summer School 2017 - TBD at 7:00 p.m. in the East Campus Auditorium- Parents & Students 

Is 16 Too Young To Drive?

Sixteen Is Too Young To Drive:

Taking Control When Your Teen’s Behind-The-Wheel

Authors: Donna Crossman, Richard Crossman

Research indicates, that parent involvement is the key to averting tragedy and reducing the teen driver accident rate. Sixteen Is Too Young To Drive is a resource to help parents safely manage the learning to drive process. This book is full of essential information and must-have advice for all parents who ultimately must face this most daunting task.


Crash-Proof Your Kids: 

Make Your Teen A Safer, Smarter Driver

Author:  Timothy C. Smith

Knowledge and experience, obviously, are the key. And Smith’s book can help parents send kids in the right direction through his hands-on lessons. He offers defensive driving and crash-avoidance techniques, shows the skills you should teach your kids and explains how to deal with distractions, bad road conditions and drug/alcohol issues.