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Osbourn Park High School 2022-23 Student Parking 

For the 2022-23 school year, there are 116 parking spaces in the Blue Lot (Senior Lot), but 135 Senior parking passes will be sold.  Therefore the Senior Parking Lot will be first come first served with a senior parking pass, unless you pay to pain your parking space.

Parking passes will be purchased online this year. The website will be active for SENIORS ONLY on Monday August 15 at 8 a.m. The website will let you purchase the senior parking passes until #135 is reached and then you will be forced to purchase a regular student parking pass after. Parking pass pick-up will be Thursday August 18 from 1-3pm. Underclassman parking passes can be purchased online starting the first day of school. All sales are final….NO REFUNDS. 

To receive the parking pass from the school, the student must bring the parking application signed by a parent, a copy of the online receipt, proof of grade and valid driver’s license. If all 4 items are not in hand, the school will not release the parking pass to the student. 

At dismissal students must follow directions and form a single line of traffic to exit the parking lot. Traffic cones will be placed to block exits and to maintain a safe traffic flow. 

If students are found parking illegally (including parking decals not displayed, vehicles not registered and parking in Staff Parking lot) the following consequences will occur: 

  • 1st Offense- A BRIGHT ORANGE warning sticker will be placed on the driver’s side window and the license plate will be documented in a database.  
  • 2nd Offense- A warning sticker will be placed on the vehicle; a disciplinary referral will be written, and the parking violator will be assigned school consequences. Parents will receive phone notification and/or written correspondence of offense and consequence. 
  • 3rd Offense- A warning sticker will be placed on the vehicle; disciplinary referral will be written, and the parking violator will be assigned elevated school consequences from first offense. Parents will receive phone notification and/or written correspondence of offense and consequence. 
  • 4th Offense- Violators vehicle will be towed at the owner’s expense 

*PARENTS please make sure that your student has read and understands the Rules Regarding Student Driving, Parking and Use of Vehicles located at the bottom of the Student Parking Permit Application before signing. 

Beginning on Tuesday, September 6th Permit Parking Rules Will Be Enforced 

Speed limit on school grounds at 10 mph 

 

*PARENTS AND STUDENTS PLEASE READ 

Getting to school on time is very important to your educational success. In the past years, we have had an increased number of student drivers with an excessive amount of unexcused 1st period tardies. Per Student RULE #9 on the parking application, if a student driver exceeds 5 unexcused 1st period tardies to school in a marking period will result in a 30 days loss of parking privilege. Ten tardies to school will result in 60 days loss of parking privilege. Fifteen tardies to school will result in loss of parking privileges for the remainder of the school year. 

Blocking intersections causes an unsafe and frustrating situation for all drivers involved. This is a friendly reminder that blocking an intersection is a driving violation and can result in fines and a ticket for the violator. Let’s all do our part to make the hectic morning arrival to school as safe as we possibly can. Thank you. 

Sec. 11-60. - Blocking intersection or crosswalk. 

No operator of a vehicle shall enter an intersection or a marked crosswalk unless there is sufficient space beyond such intersection or crosswalk, in the direction in which such vehicle is proceeding, to accommodate the vehicle without obstructing the passage of other vehicles or pedestrians, notwithstanding any traffic-control signal indication to proceed.