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Student Vehicle Policy

Student Vehicle Policy

STUDENT VEHICLE USE & PARKING POLICY

Driving a motor vehicle carries with it serious legal and social responsibilities, especially within our school environment where staff, students, families and community members access the school and library parking areas.

It is a privilege, not a right for students to access parking bays at Lesmurdie SHS.

The Student Parking Policy reflects the underlying principles of the school policies on respect, behaviour, attendance and good standing.

In order to apply for and obtain a Lesmurdie SHS Student Parking Permit, students will need to accept and abide by the following conditions:

  • apply for and receive a parking permit BEFORE driving a vehicle on the school premises
  • pay the appropriate parking deposit  of $20.00 and provide required documentation to the Year 12 Co-ordinator for processing and issue of a Student Parking Permit
  • display the Student Parking Permit on the nominated car dashboard at all times
  • park in the designated and numbered student parking bay only
  • enter and leave the car park and school vicinity with care and responsibility.
  • carry only the authorised sibling passengers as outlined on the application form
  • request to leave the school grounds through the normal procedures for signing out via the Student Services reception (i.e. written parent permission will be required)
  • the car park is OUT OF BOUNDS from 8.30am to 3.05pm each school day (including recess and lunch times), unless a  Student Leave Pass is shown.

 

Students who park in any school parking area without a permit will not be eligible to apply to park their car for a period of one school term

 

Permits may be withdrawn if, at the discretion of the Administration, there is a higher need for parking for staff or students with special circumstances

 

STUDENTS WILL NOT BE GIVEN PERMISSION TO USE PERSONAL CARS FOR ANY SCHOOL EXCURSION OR OFF CAMPUS SCHOOL EVENT

 

If breaches of ANY of the above conditions are reported, the matter will be referred to the Year 12 Co-ordinator. Serious or ongoing breaches will be referred to the Associate Principal and may result in the Parking Permit being withdrawn, parents being notified and the parking bay allocated to another student. This information will be forwarded to the Senior School Manager to record against that student’s Good Standing.

 

Please Note:           SERIOUS BREACHES MAY LEAD TO SUSPENSION AS WELL AS THE ABOVE CONSEQUENCES