Lyndonville district offering online testing for learner’s permit
Press Release, Lyndonville Central School
LYNDONVILLE – Students may now take their driver’s permit knowledge test online at Lyndonville Central School through the New York State DMV-certified program.
The purpose of the program is to drastically reduce the time spent by students and parents at the DMV office.
This opportunity is offered free of charge to students who are within two months of their 16th birthday and are currently enrolled, and in good standing, at Lyndonville High School. All training materials and forms are provided free of charge by the DMV. After passing the online exam, the students who are at least 16 years of age will then be able to take the receipt and completed forms to the DMV to get their permit processed.
Jason Barnum, Lyndonville’s School Resource Officer, was selected by the administration to research, start and proctor this program. For more information on the online permit testing program, contact Officer Barnum at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for the test, contact Lyndonville’s main office at 585-765-3162.