Permits are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis, providing all materials are properly submitted. Please note that you will NOT receive any confirmation of your application as long as you meet the criteria listed in question 2. Then after you have completed and submitted the app you may pick up the parking pass in the Attendance Office beginning on the posted date.
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 priority. 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?
- 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 privilege. 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: Beginning August 27, 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)
Reasons your pass can be revoked:
- 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 privileges
- 6th tardy - 4 weeks revocation of driving privileges
- 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 privilege which can be withdrawn for any major violation of the Student Code of Conduct.
Any further questions: contact Mr. Faska (440-748-2124)