Student parking information

2018-2019 School Year

As we prepare for the 2018 – 2019 academic year, we would like to bring to your attention  the REVISED Monroe-Woodbury High School Parking Regulations that will be enforced and implemented during the school year. Due to the size of the senior class in comparison to the total number of spaces available for student use, parking is a privilege that can be granted solely to eligible seniors. Please refer to the categories below which outline eligibility criteria for a senior parking space.

Academic Eligibility

Student grades will be reviewed every 5 weeks. Any student who is failing two or more courses will be placed on parking probation (warning).  At the next review period, students who are still failing two or more courses will be deemed ineligible and will have their parking rescinded immediately.

**Students who meet academic eligibility criteria by the next review period may re-apply for parking privileges.  If a wait list exists, students will have their names placed on the list in the order it was received.

Attendance Eligibility

All Day Attendance:

Students with 3 or more unexcused absences in a single marking period will have their parking privileges rescinded.

Course Attendance:

Students with 3 or more unexcused absences in a course during a single marking period will have their parking privileges rescinded.

Tardiness:

Students with 3 or more unexcused tardies to school or to a course during a single marking period will have their parking privileges rescinded.

**Students who meet attendance eligibility criteria by the next review period may re-apply for parking privileges.  If a wait list exists, students will have their names placed on the list in the order that it was received. **Please note, all attendance eligibility requirements also apply to scheduled study halls.

Citizenship Criteria

Students must follow all campus parking regulations. Students who violate the Monroe-Woodbury High School parking regulations are subject to the permanent revocation of their parking permit. See the “Student Parking Regulations” for more details.

Suspensions

Students must exhibit appropriate conduct as outlined in the Student Handbook. Students who have been assigned in-school suspension for three (3) or more days, or on two (2) separate occasions within a marking period will lose their parking privilege.

Students who have been assigned out-of-school suspension for any reason will lose their parking privilege.

Students who have accumulated three (3) or more referrals within a ten (10) week period will also lose their parking privilege. Students must speak with their House Administrator for any possible reinstatement of parking privileges.

Students who have been suspended for use, possession, or sale of drugs or alcohol or who otherwise break the law, or who have been suspended for gross insubordination while a Monroe-Woodbury High School student will have their parking privileges suspended indefinitely.

**All academic, attendance, and citizenship criteria must be met in the 4th quarter of the year preceding the student’s application. Any student not meeting this criteria will not be eligible for parking privileges at that time.

Application Process

Seniors who would like to apply for a parking permit along with their parents/guardians, are required to read the regulations and provide a “sign-off” indicating that this has been done.  Applications should be completed by filling in the electronic form. Please note, students must sign-in using their Monroe-Woodbury gmail address.

  1. Parking permit applications will be sent as a Google Form to student gmails at 9:00 a.m. on August 6, 2018.
  2. Students must use their Monroe-Woodbury issued Gmail address and may upload required documents and submit electronically.
  3. COMPLETED Parking Permit Applications may be submitted at any time beginning August 6, 2018.
  4.  A completed application requires the following information (all of which can be uploaded into the form):
    • A copy of valid driver’s license – Not a Learner’s Permit
    • A copy of valid vehicle registration
    • A copy of valid vehicle insurance card
    • A completed application form
    • Must have attended a Driver’s Safety Seminar (*Please note that students do not have to currently possess a permit or license to take the seminar.)

Completed applications will be reviewed in the order in which they are received. Students who submit incomplete applications or are deemed ineligible will be contacted by an administrator.

All other applicants may assume that they have been approved. Students will be contacted if/when they are placed on a waitlist once parking lot capacity has been reached.

Assignment of Designated Spaces

Please note: Student parking spaces will be distributed in order based on approval of a completed application. Spaces are non-negotiable and non-transferrable. Students are only permitted to park in the space number to which they are assigned. Parking in a space other than that which is assigned may constitute in loss of parking privileges.

Utilization of Spaces

Only students who can guarantee utilization of their parking space at least three (3) days per week are eligible for a permit. Spaces will be monitored and spaces not being utilized under this agreement will be revoked and redistributed as per the wait list.

Parking Permits

Parking Permits may be picked up in the House D office from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. from August 21 – 24, 2018.

NOTE: Vehicle must be available at time of parking permit distribution. Applications will be accepted throughout the school year and, will be placed on a waitlist in the order in which order they are received.

Parking permits must be displayed in the bottom, passenger side corner of the back windshield at all times. Only students with parking permits are allowed to park on campus.

Loss of Parking Privileges

Students who are in violation of the student parking regulations will be subject to the loss of parking privileges, administrative disciplinary action, the towing of their car at the owner’s expense, and/or police contact.

Students who lose their parking privileges must surrender their parking sticker.

All non-eligible students who park on campus at any time while a student at Monroe-Woodbury High School are subject to towing and to the loss of eligibility for future parking permits. Specifically, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who park on campus will have their senior parking privileges held in abeyance at the discretion of the Administration.

School administration reserves the right to revoke parking privileges as deemed necessary and appropriate.

Vehicle Changes

All vehicle changes must be reported immediately to the House D office.

Students who change cars permanently must bring a new registration and insurance card along with the M-W permit from the original car in person to the House D office.

Students who need to drive a different car for a short period of time must notify the House D office, in person, of the make, model and plate number of the vehicle.



Student Parking Regulations

  1. All cars parked on campus must be registered with the House D office.
  2. From the first day of school through the end of the school year, only those students who have parking permits will be allowed to park on campus in their assigned student parking space.
  3. Student parking is not permitted at the Central Valley Elementary School, Monroe-Woodbury Middle School, on Dunderberg Road, or in the community pond parking lots.
  4. All vehicles parked in the student parking areas must have parking stickers clearly displayed on the lower right hand corner of the back windshield.
  5. Only the student to whom the sticker is issued may use the sticker. Furthermore, only the student to whom a parking space is assigned may park in that space. Any student found to be in possession of another student’s sticker or in another student’s assigned space will forfeit future parking privileges; as will the student who gave it.
  6. All parked cars must be between the lines and must be clear of all exits and emergency vehicle lanes. Parking is not permitted along curbs. Illegally parked vehicles are subject to tow at the owner’s expense.
  7. Safe and courteous driving is expected in the parking lots and on school grounds. The speed limit is 5 mph on school grounds.
  8. Parking permits will be rescinded from any student who takes another student off of school grounds during the school day.
  9. Any vehicle parked on campus that is not registered with the House D office or is not in areas designated for student parking will be subject to being towed off of school grounds at the expense of the vehicle’s owner. This statement serves as a warning notice prior to a vehicle being towed.
  10. All changes to vehicle information, temporary or otherwise, require approval from the House D Administration.
  11. Students must adhere to all New York State and local traffic laws. Students are subject to all New York State and local penalties enforced by state or local law enforcement agencies.
  12. All students are only permitted to park in student lots. Students may not park in the faculty lots.
  13. Violation of any of these rules may constitute a loss of parking or disciplinary action as deemed appropriate by the Administration.

Please direct any questions regarding parking to the House D office.

Monroe-Woodbury Central School District is not responsible for any vehicle or its contents.