There are 765 Parking spaces available for student parking. Permits will be sold to Seniors and Juniors on a first come first serve basis at the beginning of the school year. Sophomores will be able to purchase any of the remaining permits. Students must show a valid driver's license at the time of purchase.
All outstanding fees and fines must be paid prior to receiving a permit.
Permits are available for purchase at the campus supervisor desk near the student entrance.
$150 per year or $40 per quarter. Students will have a different colored parking permit for each quarter. Failure to display the correct permit will result in fines.
Students are encouraged to make use of the safe and economical bus service provided by the district. Students who drive to school must obtain a parking permit, a permit application must be completed in its entirety.
PSEO students who take one or more classes at the high school need a parking permit.
Lost permits must be replaced for the $25. If a student replaces a car for which they had purchased a permit, they must inform the campus supervisor of the new vehicle's make, model and license plate number. Temporary parking permits may be obtained from the Campus Supervisor at the student entrance desk for a cost of $3 per day. Failure to display a permit is a $10 fine.
Students who park in school lots without a permanent or daily permit will be fined $25 for the first offense, and $50 for two or more offenses. Students who repeatedly violate parking rules will have their cars towed.
Parking permits should be placed on the vehicle's rear view mirror. Semester/quarter permits will be signified by different colors.
The school district may use canine units in the parking lot as a means to deter the use and possession of illegal/dangerous substances. Vehicles in the parking lot may be searched or impounded if deemed suspicious by school officials. Students are reminded that they are personally responsible for all contents of their car parked on school grounds.
Students are not permitted to park in areas designated as Visitor or Staff parking areas. Students who park in these unauthorized areas will be fined $25 for a first offense and $50 for multiple offenses.
Automobiles on school property must be operated in a safe and responsible manner.The speed limit on school roadways is 20 m.p.h. The speed limit in the student parking lot is 10 m.p.h. Irresponsible driving may result in disciplinary action, including loss of parking privileges and/or fine.
The school reserves the right to tow any vehicle of any student that violates these rules.
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