LHS STUDENT PARKING


Parking Permit Application Procedures


2018-2019 School Year





 

    • Student parking applications, including the required documents must be submitted this year online via Family ID.

 

    • Applications will be accepted by seniors and juniors who meet the eligibility criteria related to grades, attendance, and discipline and who can demonstrate a need to drive.  For example: zero period, late entry/early release, college, sport/organization, activities, etc. 9th and 10th graders will not be issued parking permits; students must be in 11th or 12th grade in order to be considered for a parking permit.

 



 

    • If a student would like to be considered for a parking permit for the beginning of the school year, applications must completed in full submitted via Family ID by Monday, August 13, 2018. 

 



 

    • **COMPLETION OF APPLICATION DOES NOT GUARANTEE A PARKING PERMIT**

 



 

    • Student will receive notification of acceptance via Family ID by Tuesday, August 21, 2018. 

 



 

    • Parking Permit Fee will be $ 60.00 or $ 50.00 if you participate in the S.T.O.P.P.E.D Program. Do not submit the Parking Permit Fee with the application. Fees will be collected after the Young Drivers Safety Initiative training. Students approved for a parking permit must attend one of the two Young Drivers Safety Initiative training meetings that will be held on Thursday, August 23, 2018 at 9:00 AM in the LHS auditorium and on Monday, August 27, 2018 at 1:00 PM in the LHS auditorium.

 



 

    • All students parking at Leonardtown High School will be encouraged to register their vehicle with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office “S.T.O.P.P.E.D. Program”.   This program is independently operated by the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Office. (www.firstsheriff.com or 301-475-8008). Each student presenting supporting documentation demonstrating that their vehicle has been registered with the “S.T.O.P.P.E.D. Program” will receive a $10.00 discount taken from the cost of their school parking permit.  This documentation must be submitted via Family ID.

 



 

    • Students receiving an acceptance notified must attend the mandatory Young Driver’s Safety Initiative training. Students can make their payment after the training.  Students will then receive their parking lot designation and permit.

 



 

    • Students will be assigned to either parking Lot A (located in front of Leonardtown High School) or Lot B (located in front of the Tech Center). Students parking in unassigned areas or not properly displaying their permit will incur a $30.00 fine per each violation and will be in danger of losing their parking permit.

 



 

    • No student may park on LHS school grounds after Friday, August 31, 2018 without a valid LHS parking permit.

 



 

    • Additional parking rules and regulations can be found on the application on Family ID.

 



 

    • Questions regarding parking applications and regulations should be sent to Mr. Readyhough at ecreadyhough@smcps.org.

 



 

    • Parking applications will be reviewed throughout the school year. All parking applications must be submitted via Family ID.

 



 

    • Please note that driving to school is a privilege, not a right. Buses are available for all students within the SMCPS attendance zones.  There are limited parking spaces available for student use at LHS, therefore not all requests for parking will be able to be accommodated.

 


 

 

 

LHS STUDENT PARKING

 

Parking Permit Application Procedures

 

2018-2019 School Year

 

 

 

 

    • Student parking applications, including the required documents must be submitted this year online via Family ID.

 

    • Applications will be accepted by seniors and juniors who meet the eligibility criteria related to grades, attendance, and discipline and who can demonstrate a need to drive.  For example: zero period, late entry/early release, college, sport/organization, activities, etc. 9th and 10th graders will not be issued parking permits; students must be in 11th or 12th grade in order to be considered for a parking permit.

 

 

    • If a student would like to be considered for a parking permit for the beginning of the school year, applications must completed in full submitted via Family ID by Monday, August 13, 2018. 

 

 

    •                        

 

***COMPLETION OF APPLICATION DOES NOT GUARANTEE A PARKING PERMIT***

 

 

    • Student will receive notification of acceptance via Family ID by Tuesday, August 21, 2018. 

 

 

    • Parking Permit Fee will be $ 60.00 or $ 50.00 if you participate in the S.T.O.P.P.E.D Program. Do not submit the Parking Permit Fee with the application. Fees will be collected after the Young Drivers Safety Initiative training (dates/times will be announced by the end of July 2018).

 

 

    • All students parking at Leonardtown High School will be encouraged to register their vehicle with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office “S.T.O.P.P.E.D. Program”.   This program is independently operated by the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Office. (www.firstsheriff.com or 301-475-8008). Each student presenting supporting documentation demonstrating that their vehicle has been registered with the “S.T.O.P.P.E.D. Program” will receive a $10.00 discount taken from the cost of their school parking permit.  This documentation must be submitted via Family ID.

 

 

    • Students receiving an acceptance notified must attend the mandatory Young Driver’s Safety Initiative training. Students can make their payment after the training.  Students will then receive their parking lot designation and permit.

 

 

    • Students will be assigned to either parking Lot A (located in front of Leonardtown High School) or Lot B (located in front of the Tech Center). Students parking in unassigned areas or not properly displaying their permit will incur a $30.00 fine per each violation and will be in danger of losing their parking permit.

 

 

    • No student may park on LHS school grounds after Friday, August 31, 2018 without a valid LHS parking permit.

 

 

    • Additional parking rules and regulations can be found on the application on Family ID.

 

 

    • Questions regarding parking applications and regulations should be sent to Mr. Readyhough at ecreadyhough@smcps.org.

 

 

    • Parking applications will be reviewed throughout the school year.

 

 

Please note that driving to school is a privilege, not a right. Buses are available for all students within the SMCPS attendance zones.  There are limited parking spaces available for student use at LHS, therefore not all requests for parking will be able to be accommodated.