A new online driving school is teaching kids to drive while learning about the National 911 Driving School program.
The online course was created by the nonprofit organization 911 Driving Schools, which was created in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
In this course, students learn about the 911 Driving school program and how to use it in order to save lives.
The students in the course are learning to read and write a common text message, to drive a car, to use a cell phone, to get directions, to park their car, and to use public transportation.
The course is free and open to all parents of kindergarten through fifth grade.
The program is open to parents of pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and has been running for several years.
In a statement, 911 Driving schools said the course is designed to teach kids how to navigate traffic safely, including using cell phones and using 911 to get help and to communicate.
It is important for all parents to be able to learn and have a voice in their children’s lives, said 911 Driving, which is based in Norwalk, Connecticut.
The text messaging course is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Russian.
The app is available for iOS and Android.
The school said it plans to expand its app to include a video teaching mode.
The new course is part of a national program to teach children about 911.
The National 911 Foundation launched the program in 2005 to train teachers to use technology to help children avoid the worst emergencies.
The goal is to make driving safer for everyone.
The nonprofit said that for years it has been working with police departments and other emergency responders to develop ways to teach safety skills to young people.
The organization also has partnered with local schools and churches to offer the course online.