• Student's that are going to take the Driver's Permit Test at the DMV must have a letter from Lebanon High School called a Truancy Letter. The DMV calls this letter a Proof of School Attendance.  This letter is letting the DMV know that the student has good attendance and good grades. 

    The Truancy Form must be requested from the Attendance Secretary in A100 and there is a 24-hour notice required.

    Once the form has been reqeusted, the form is good for 30 days. 

    After 30 days, the DMV will not take the form and the student will need to reqeust a new Truancy Form 24-hours in advance.


    Other documents that may be required by the DMV for students under 18 years of age or you may contact the DMV directly.

     

     Proof of School Attendance (Truancy Form)

     Link to the DMV Website

    Applicants under the age of 18 must prove they are enrolled in school and making satisfactory progress. If they have already graduated, they must bring their high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate with them when they apply. If not, they need to ask their school to complete a Certificate of Compulsory School Attendance and take the original part of this form with them to a driver license station. The form is valid for only 30 days.

    If a student fifteen years of age or older drops out of school or fails to make satisfactory academic progress, the school is required to notify the Department of Safety. This suspends the student's driving privileges. The first time a student drops out, he or she may regain the privilege to drive by returning to school and making satisfactory academic progress. There is no second chance, however. The second time a student drops out he or she must wait to turn 18 years old before being eligible to apply.