Parking Permit Application Instructions Overview
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS
A Student Focused Community
Middletown High School North
63 Tindall Road, Middletown, NJ 07748
Dr. Patricia Vari-Cartier, Principal
Lindsay Fox, Director of High School Operations
Dear Parent/Guardian of a 2018-2019 North Junior or Senior:
No student may park on campus without a parking permit. During the school year if a junior or senior wishes to park on campus, the student must complete the parking application via Google docs (link at bottom of the page) which opens on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. and closes by Friday, July 13, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. Please note that the submission of paperwork does not guarantee the student will receive a parking permit.
The following will affect the student’s ranking on the parking list:
- Date and time of application submittance
- Disciplinary Record
- Possession of valid NJ drivers license
- Possession of a vehicle on a daily basi
The following factors may prevent a junior or senior from attaining or forfeiting parking privileges:
- 12 or more tardiness in a school year.
- Violation of the attendance policy (over 10 unexcused days in a full year course, over 5 unexcused days in a semester course).
- Parking on campus illegally as a junior.
- Violation of the district’s substance abuse policy and/or positive results on a drug screen.
- Violation of the Student Code of Conduct.
- Leaving campus without permission.
Parking on campus carries a heavy responsibility. The student must adhere to the policies of the District and the school. In the Student Handbook, the guidelines of the policies are clearly delineated.
Weather is a determining factor affecting parking privileges. When a winter advisory is declared, students must refer to the District’s website for parking information.
Drivers who do not have a parking permit are not allowed to park on campus grounds. Any student found to be parking illegally on campus will receive a disciplinary consequence. If there is a subsequent parking violation, the offender’s car may be towed from the campus (at the owner’s expense).
Student must obey all speed limits, traffic signs and patterns. Any student not obeying these rules or deemed driving in an unsafe manner may have his/her parking privileges suspended or revoked.
Student must have daily access to a registered vehicle and occupy the assigned parking spot or risk forfeiting his/her parking privileges.
Students have 30 days from their 17th birthday to acquire a valid N.J. driver’s license or they will forfeit their assigned parking spot.
Administration has the right to suspend, revoke and/or relocate a student’s assigned parking spot and/or parking privileges at any time.
It is the objective of High School North to equitably assign parking spaces for the 2018-2019 school year. If your student is assigned a space, a congratulatory email will be sent with additional information regarding parking on campus. Your understanding of the parking situation is appreciated.
Director of High School Operations