Parking Information

Parking Information

Parking Permit Information

Permits are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis, providing all materials are properly submitted.  
 
FAQs
 
Q: Who is eligible to receive a parking pass?
A: Juniors and seniors that attend classes at Midview High School at least part of the day and have a Permanent Driver's License have prriority.  Sophomores will be considered depending on the availability of spots remaining.
 
Q: What do I need to do to ensure I receive a parking pass?
A:
  • Complete the online application completely and submit.  
  • Be sure all previous school fees are paid.  Unpaid school fees will result in a denial of parking priveleges.  If you are unsure whether all fees have been paid, contact Mrs. Andrey (440-748-5310).
  • Read "Driving Permits May be Revoked for the Following Reasons" below.
  • Make a photocopy of your permanent driver's license.  Students are responsible for obtaining a copy.
  • If you will be providing transportation to other students who are not family members, you must also complete a student passenger authorization form.

 

Q: When do I receive my pass?

A:  After August 19, visit Mrs. Andrey in the Attendance Office.  Be prepared with the following things:

  • A photocopy of your permanent driver's license  (Students are responsible for obtaining a copy. Copies will not be made by the school.)
  • If applicable, a student passenger authorization form
  • $35 parking permit fee (check, cash, or money order)
  • Money for previous school fees (if applicable) 

 

Any further questions: contact Mr. Faska (440-748-2124) 

Driving Permits May be Revoked for the Following Reasons

  • Reckless operation of the vehicle on school property
  • Leaving school without permission of the administration (i.e. truancy, trip to McDonald's, etc.)
  • Loitering in the vehicle (not entering the building upon arrival or leaving after dismissal in a timely manner)
  • Excessive tardiness during each grading period
    • 5th tardy - 2 weeks revocation of driving priveleges
    • 6th tardy - 4 weeks revocation of driving priveleges
    • 7th tardy - driving privilege revoked for the remainder of the school year
  • Failure to meet the responsibility of being in good academic standing
  • Failing grades WILL result in the loss of the parking permit
  • Transporting unauthorized passengers (All passengers must have parent permission slips on file)
  • Loaning the parking permit/space to another student
  • Failure to park in the assigned spot
  • Failure to enter and exit the parking lot as designed
  • Failure to correctly display the parking permit

Driving is a privelege which can be withdrawn for any major violation of the Student Code of Conduct.  

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