DHS Student Carpool ParkingDHS Seniors who would like to carpool to school must purchase a carpool parking permit in the Student Activites Office or on the DHS Gaels WebStore. There is a Carpool Parking Permit Application that is required and must be completed before a parking permit can be picked up. It is OK to purchase a carpool parking permit and then complete the form. Inventory will be tracked.During Gael Check-In, parking permits will not be distributed. They will be available for pick up during the first week of school in the Student Activities Office. Students must bring their driver license with them to pick up a permit.
RESTRICTED PARKING AREAS:
- Area between Gym & Industrial Arts Building
- Village Parkway Staff Parking Lot
- Handicapped parking spaces.
- Driveways, in front of poles, red zones, and areas that are posted.
DHS HANDBOOK, PROCEDURES AND POLICIES, SECTION K:
Eligibility: Seniors only as drivers. All drivers in a carpool must have non-provisional driver’s license and carry insurance on their vehicle. A parking sticker will be given to students once they’ve shown proof of driving status and proof of insurance. How many in a Carpool: Minimum, a driver and two passengers. If any student is registered in more than one carpool, both carpools will lose their spot. Carpool Permit Pick-Up: During DHS Fall-Check-In, or on the first day of school, all members of the carpool must sign a carpool agreement, and they must provide student and vehicle information, including proof of a valid driver’s license and each return a Parent permission slip for participation. All of this will take place in Student Activities Office. If any members of your carpool cannot commit, or do not have a license by the first day of school, your carpool registration will be invalidated. Violations of Carpool Policy: Each vehicle in the carpool must have a 2017-18 permit sticker (pass) visible on car. All vehicles must be parked in assigned student CARPOOL stalls. All carpool parking will be randomly monitored throughout the school year. If a car is found not to have the appropriate number of carpoolers, the following consequences will be enforced. First offense - Warning, parents will be contacted. Second offense: Detention for the driver, parents contacted. Third offense - Suspension of permit for the remainder of the semester for violating student and/or entire carpool. Drivers violating any school, district or county law will be cited accordingly. All traffic laws must be followed. Drivers found to be driving in an unsafe manner may also be subject to aforementioned disciplinary action. Carpool Permits are the property of the school and are issued to the student for the privilege of parking on school campus. Permits that are transferred, copied, sold or otherwise given to other students to use will be forfeited. No refunds will be issued. Consequences may also include detention and conference with parents. Permit replacements will cost $15. It may take several weeks to investigate the location of a missing permit. During this time, students will not be allowed to use Carpool spaces on campus. The school is not responsible for theft of any Carpool permits.
- Reckless driving, exhibition driving, speed contests as determined by school officials are strictly prohibited by law.
- Students who engage in such practice on the campus or streets adjacent to the school will be subject to discipline and/or referral to the Dublin Police Department and school officials.
- The foregoing regulations are permitted under the state vehicle code 21113. They are intended to insure safety and security for all concerned and will be strictly enforced.
- Any violation of school rules while in your vehicle or in the parking lot will be subject to discipline, which includes strong adhesive warning sticker, parking ticket, or towing of your vehicle. Continued violations will result in loss of parking privileges.
- All student vehicles must, without exception, be parked in area designated for students.
- The parking lot is off-limits during the school day. Students may not loiter in the parking lot and should only be in the parking lot while coming to or departing from school.
- Vehicles are NOT to be used as lockers.
- All monies received from parking permit sales goes towards campus safety.