WELCOME TO THE B-EHS TSE WEBSITE!
The first spring morning class is underway.
You may still sign-up for the AFTER-SCHOOL spring class that begins AFTER SPRING BREAK on Thursday, April 13. There is NO Spring Eve Class.
Visit the Athletic/Activities Office for an enrollment packet.
For more specifics, please visit www.be.wednet.edu/tse.
The 2016-17 TSE Yearly Schedule is on the website for you to plan the best time to take TSE in the upcoming school year and/or summer. Select the "Classroom Calendar & Schedule" Tab or the "File Cabinet" Tab to get the Yearly Schedule.
Please look at the 2016-17 Yearly TSE Schedule to see which class best fits your timeline and activities.
Athletes and students involved in after-school activities during the regular school year, will need to enroll in the before school/zero hour/AM TSE class.
TSE Tribunes and application forms are available in the Athletic/Attendance Office during enrollment time, as well as in the "File Cabinet" section of this website.
Make sure to check the yearly schedule for specific dates to attend the respective mandatory Student/Parent Meeting.
Enrolling students must be at least a Freshman class level or higher.
Pick up an application packet in the Athletic/Activities Office during the enrollment period.
The course cost is $425.00 - One DOL Knowledge Test and one DOL Skill Test is included!
You may apply in the Athletic/Activities Office during regular office/school hours.
Checks are to be made out for $425, to "B-EHS TSE."
Fall classes may begin enrollment starting "Picture Day" in August.
Check the "YEARLY TSE SCHEDULE" for the specific dates, times, and instructors for each TSE class.
You may download an application from this site, and turn it in...or mail it, along with your payment in full to: Burlington-Edison HS Athletic/Activities Office; ATTN: Lisa Drye; 301 N. Burlington Blvd; Burlington, WA 98233
Students need to pre-apply online at the DOL website in order to get their Learner's Permit # (PIC). Please print two (2) copies of the PIC number information from the DOL website.
You must attach this PIC number page to the TSE application when enrolling. If you have a WASHINGTON STATE ID, the 12 digit/number PIC number is on the ID. WA ID owners DO NOT pre-apply on-line.
Just write the PIC# on the application.
STUDENTS/PARENTS SHOULD PICK UP TWO (2) BOOKLETS AT THE DOL OFFICE WHEN GETTING THE PERMIT: (1) GET THE "WASHINGTON DRIVER GUIDE;" AND "THE PARENT'S SUPERVISED DRIVING PROGRAM. (60 pp)" BOTH OF THESE BOOKS ARE USED IN OUR TSE PROGRAM
Our B-EHS TSE program includes the following:
*30 Hours of Classroom Instruction
*6 Hours of Behind-The-Wheel Driving
*6 Hours of Backseat Student Observation/ 4 Hours are required by WA State Law
*1 DOL Knowledge Test given on campus ... beginning summer/fall, 2016 the new 40-question written knowledge
test will be administered statewide. In addition to the traffic sign knowledge, and all topics from the older 25-
item test, the new 40-item test will cover a range of topics including distracted driving, hazard awareness,
along with alcohol and
*1 DOL Skill Test given on campus
EVERY segment of instruction is delivered by Washington State accredited Teachers, endorsed traffic safety education instructors, and DOL qualified examiners at B-EHS.
Students must be at least 15 years old, on or by the Parent/ Student Meeting date, to enroll in a TSE class.
Sessions are offered during the fall, winter, spring and summer.
The $425 total payment fee is due at enrollment, and includes the classroom; the behind-the-wheel driving; backseat observation; one DOL approved Written Knowledge test; and one Driving Skills Test.
This fee is nonrefundable, unless a student withdraws within the first five (5) hours of the course.
Text (preferred) or call Mary Lynch, TSE Coordinator at 360.540.7777 if you have further concerns or questions.