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Student Services

Parking Information

The second round to apply for parking permits is now open.  Students will have until Wednesday August 29 to fill out the application.  You will need to be logged into your student email account to access the form.  If you are having trouble access the form, please watch the instructional video.

You will be notified of your application status on Thursday, August 30, in your PLSAS.org e-mail box.

APPLICATION
INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO
 

 

There are a limited number of parking spaces available for student parking. 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.

Permit Type

Priority

Application window

Who can purchase

Cost

Yearlong
(academic need)

1

Aug. 6 -  17

MNCaps, work study, and part time Bridges and PSEO students

$200

Yearlong
(Car Pool*)

2

Aug. 6 -  17

All Seniors and Juniors

$125

Yearlong
(individual)

3

Aug 6 -  17

All Seniors and Juniors (Seniors will be given priority)

$200

Daily

NA

Must be purchased the day before

All students

$3/day

*All students listed in a carpool application must be juniors and/or seniors and be present with a valid driver's license when picking up the permit.  

Who can apply for a permit?

  • A current PLHS Junior or Senior with a valid driver's license.   Those without a license cannot apply.

How will applications be prioritized?

  • Applications will be prioritized and assigned using the following criteria:
  1. Academic need: MNcaps, part time PSEO, work study, part time Bridges

  2. Carpool (two or more licensed drivers with vehicle information)

  3. Individual applications (Seniors then Juniors)

What if my student doesn’t get a permit?

  • Daily parking permits are available in the student services office for $3.00
  • A new city lot with 125 spots has been built near the softball fields which is free to community members and will be available on a first come first served basis.
  • Students wanting a pass will be added to a waiting list and granted permits as they become available.  

How do I apply for a permit (application form will be available 8:00 AM Monday, August 6th)

  1. Students click the link below and log into their PLSAS account to fill out the application form. https://goo.gl/forms/E36EVLPI9N6OzUsZ2 (this MUST be done by the student. By doing so, they are agreeing to the rules outlined within the parking application)

  2. Applications will be accepted between August 6 - August 17 (Applications received after the 17th will be added to the waiting list)

  3. Students will receive an email August 22nd or 23rd informing them if they have been approved for a permit and if so instructions on how to pay for and pick-up the permit.  

If you have any questions or concerns, contact Mark Paulsen: mpaulsen@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us  (952)226-8783.

Lost Permits & Vehicle Changes
Lost permits must be replaced for half of the cost of the original permit. 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.

Fines, Rights and Responsibilities
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.

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.

Laker Corner

Managed and operated by PLHS Business Students

*Proceeds benefit students through scholarships.*

Phone: 952-226-8613

1st Quarter Hours (school days) :

Before school: 7:45-8 a.m.

1:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Store Coordinator: Ms. Lisa Rutt, 952-226-8768

Driver's Education

For more information call Community Education at 952-226-0080 or click here.

Attendance

Call the Attendance line: (952) 226-8601 if...

  • your child will be absent from school due to illness, vacation, or appointments, etc.
  • you need to take your child out of school for an appointment during the school day (call at least 30 minutes before your pickup time)
  • you forgot to call when your child was absent from school.

You may also send us an email at: hsattendance@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

You do not need to come into the school to pick-up your child. They will receive a pass to leave the building from the Attendance Secretary, they will sign themselves out of the building (at the desk located by the student entrance), and meet you at the car. All students MUST exit from the student entrance on the east side of the building.

Students who miss all or parts of a school day due to a dental, medical or other appointments must provide written note from the dental/medical office where they received treatment.

Absences Due to Family Vacations for 3 or more days: Please complete the Extended Excused Absence form. It must be signed by each of the student's teachers and their parent(s). This form can be printed or picked up in the attendance office.

Juniors are given one college day and Seniors are given two. They are excused absences, but they do count towards the student’s total missed attendance days per quarter. Verification of attendance at a post-secondary school is required upon the return of the student to PLHS.