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Student Driving

Students may drive motor vehicles to and from school. Motor vehicles may not be driven during the school day without the consent of the principal. Students may not transport another student during the school day unless consent has been granted by principal and the parents of each student.


A student may use the school parking lot subject to the following conditions:

  1. A student must register the vehicle in the school office. Schools may require students to purchase parking permits. The student must possess a valid Washington driver's license and show evidence that there is a liability and property damage insurance coverage on the vehicle and acknowledge that he/she will assume full responsibility for any comprehensive or collision claims that may occur while on school property. Law enforcement authorities may be notified.

  2. Students may not access the parking lot or occupy a vehicle (without permission) during the school day.

  3. District policies governing prohibited items including prohibited substances and weapons shall also extend to a student's vehicle.

  4. Students below grade nine (9) shall not operate motor vehicles on school property.

A student who does not conform to the above rules shall be subject to discipline (including parking fines and/or loss of parking privileges), suspension, expulsion or emergency expulsion.


Date:  04.10.95

Revised:  10.17.00; 08.02.13