Parking Permit Information and Smart Start Dates


2nd semester permits are now available for purchase for $40. If you had a 1st semester permit, you must purchase one for 2nd semester, but do not need to fill out the form again. Parking enforcement began on February 8th..


Student Parking Permit Information 2020-21

To receive a permit, you will provide evidence of the following to the PHS Campus Control Assistant:

  1. Complete the online registration form linked HERE. (You will be asked to provide the following documentation)
    1. Date and location of Smart Start IPD presentation, if attended

*Note: Smart Start requirement waived for 2020-2021 school year permits

    1. Proof of a valid driver’s license
    2. Copy of registration for your vehicle
    3. Proof of payment from ASB ($40 a semester)

PHS students will be able to park their registered vehicle in parking spots that are not marked Staff, Fire Lane, Loading and Handicap. The parking permit can be purchased for $40 a semester through ASB or at the Web Store. The parking permit will be put on by the Campus Control Assistant, and it will be displayed on the front window of the vehicle. Permits are not allowed to be taken off and put on another vehicle. Vehicles that are not displaying a parking permit will receive a warning and may be subject to towing at the owner's expense. Students MUST park only in authorized student parking areas. Vehicles parked in the lot without a parking permit with be issued the following:

  • 1st Offense: Warning
  • 2nd Offense: Detention
  • 3rd Offense: Saturday School
  • 4th Offense: Suspension of permit

Students who meet the following requirements will be eligible for a Parking Permit:

  1. Attendance to a Smart Start meeting at any IUSD campus at any time prior to issuance of a parking permit. Waived 2020-2021 school year only
  2. No more than 12 tardies or 3 truancies in the prior semester
  3. Assertive Discipline will be reviewed by an administrator and determined whether a student has earned their parking privilege

Parking Permit Expectations:

  • Students will drive slowly, respectfully and safely at all times on campus
  • Students will park in white striped spaces ONLY. Students will NOT park in the Staff, Visitor or Handicap Spaces
  • Parking permit stickers will be displayed on the front windshield

Consequences for not meeting expectations:

  • Students not meeting expectations may receive a detention or Saturday school
  • Students who accumulate 12 tardies or 3 truancies in the current semester may lose their parking privilege
  • Excessive violations may result in the placement of a tire boot ($25 removal) or an IPD parking ticket
  • PHS Administration reserves the right to revoke any permit if any of the above expectations or other expectations in the Bulldog Code of Conduct are not met