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Conifer High School Application for School Parking Lot Access 2016-17
THIS FORM IS FOR JUNIOR AND SENIORS ONLY! SOPHOMORES MAY OBTAIN THEIR FORM FROM THE WEBSITE AND SUBMIT IT TO ANGIE SANDERS FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO OBTAINING A PERMIT.

I, the student, agree to the terms and responsibilities stated below in connection with obtaining authorization to use the school parking lot. I understand that the parking lot is the property of Jefferson County Public Schools R-1. I agree that the car driven will not be used to transport or store illegal items on school property. I agree that I will not use the school parking lot to violate a criminal code or school rule.

In exchange for the privilege of parking on school property, I give school administrators or designee consent to search the motor vehicle driven by (enter student name below) and the vehicle's contents when that official has reasonable grounds to suspect that the search will uncover: 1) Evidence of a violation of Board and/or district policies, school rules or federal, state, or local laws. 2) Anything which, because of its presence, presents an immediate danger of physical harm or illness to any person.

I authorize school officials and/or school security personnel to seize any item that violates a criminal law or school rule or provides evidence of a criminal law or school rule violation. I understand that violations of these rules and/or the site based rules can lead to suspension or revocation of my parking privileges, fines, referral to law enforcement authorities and/or school disciplinary actions

Jefferson County Schools and Conifer High School assume no responsibility for any damage to vehicles parked on school property or to the loss of any articles contained therein.

Site Based Rules and Expectations
1. All vehicles driven to school must be registered with the school and the student parking permit must be displayed in a location clearly visible from the outside of the vehicle.
2. Speed limit on school grounds is 10 MPH, 5 MPH in parking lots. The vehicle must be operated in a safe and legal manner at all times.
3. Students are not allowed to loiter in the parking lots or vehicles before, during, or after school hours.
4. Parking in DESIGNATED SPORTS (Jr/Sr Lots) ONLY! Parking in fire lanes, no parking zones and/or restricted areas is prohibited.
5. Violations of rules and expectations may lead to fines, parking boot, or towing as well as law enforcement involvement and school disciplinary consequences.
6. Students are not allowed to transport a freshman or sophomore off campus during the school day.
7. Any acts that are deemed unsafe may be cause for loss of privilege.
8. No refunds will be given for any revocation of the parking permit because of a disciplinary action.

Because driving and parking on school grounds are privileges, we will monitor students and their driving to ensure student safety.

If a student is ticketed for irresponsible driving* on school property, he/she will be:
A. Assigned to a restricted parking spot.
B. After the second offense, the parking pass will be pulled and no refund will be given.

*Irresponsible driving acts include: texting and driving, unbelted passengers, too many students in the car while driving under a restricted license, or other dangerous driving behaviors as determined by law enforcement officers or school personnel.

Fines
$5.00 Replace lost permit.

$10.00 Not displaying parking tag
Failing to park in a designated parking stall
Occupying more than one parking stall
Failure to yield to hand signals by traffic control staff
Parked in wrong student lot

$20.00 Parking in a fire lane (Ticket from law enforcement and possible
towing of vehicle.)
Parking in areas not open to students (staff or visitor parking,
restricted lots, etc.)
Non-registered vehicle on school grounds
Altering, falsifying, transferring without permission a parking tag
(possible suspension and/or revocation of parking privileges)

$30.00 Operating a vehicle in a dangerous or reckless manner on
school grounds or in the immediate neighborhood (possible
suspension and/or revocation of parking privileges).

Students have 5 school days to dispute or contest any fines. Failure to contest a fine within 5 days will lead to imposition of the fine. All fines should be paid within 30 days and it is the student's responsibility to communicate with parents regarding fines.

Student Information
Student ID#
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Last Name
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First Name
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Grade
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Date of Birth
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Drivers License #
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Insurance
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Address
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City
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State
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Zip
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Vehicle 1
Make
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Model
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Color
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Year
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License Plate
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Vehicle 2
Make
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Model
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Color
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Year
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License Plate
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Vehicle 3
Make
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Model
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Color
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Year
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License Plate
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I (enter student name below) understand and agree to all the above terms.
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I (enter parent name below) understand and agree to all the above terms.
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