(MITCHELL) - Signals Driving School will offer driver's education to students at Mitchell High School this fall.
According to Mitchell Superintendent Steve Phillips, this means students will be able to take instruction during sixth period of the school day and it will not cost the school the cost of purchasing a car, paying related expenses or insurance.
Signals, however, does offer flexible times for students who cannot participate during sixth period of the school day.
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