ATTENTION Drivers for the 2022-23 school year:
SLHS PARKING PERMIT SALES FOR THE 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR
ATTENTION ALL STUDENT DRIVERS AND PARENTS OF STUDENT DRIVERS:
We have less than 40 parking spaces left. We are officially out of spaces in the upper lot. The remaining spaces are in the lower lot.
Please make sure you have all the necessary paperwork filled out properly to help speed up the process: photocopies of your driver’s license (i.e., student must hold a license, not a learner’s permit), your current insurance card (expired cards will not be accepted), and a current vehicle registration (expired registrations will not be accepted).
As for payments, You can pay online through RevTrak and bring a photocopy of the receipt as proof. If you wish to pay with a money order or cashier’s check, that is acceptable as well.
Starting August 22nd, fines and referrals will be issued to anyone parked in the upper or lower lot without a permit.
There is no longer a designated “Senior Lot.” All students will be assigned a parking space, even in the lower lot (students will get to choose location of spot based on availability). However, seniors wishing to paint their spaces will be required to park in in the upper lot, as we are only painting spaces in the upper lot. No lower lot spaces will be painted.
Parking Permits will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis to those students who have completed all the necessary paperwork and steps. Students lacking paperwork completion, lacking funds, or lacking a cleared Destiny account will be sent back home to complete necessary steps. Permit sales will continue until all spaces have been claimed. Once all spaces have been claimed, then students still wishing to purchase a permit will be placed on a waiting list (in the order they alert the appropriate SLHS staff of their intention to purchase a permit) and called up when a space becomes available. In this interim period, these students will need to use alternative transportation (parent pick up/drop off, bus, walk, bicycle, or ride with a friend). Students found parking on campus without a valid permit will receive a $40 parking violation fine and a referral to administration.
Students with an unweighted GPA lower than 2.0 will not be allowed to purchase a permit (this determination is based on the student’s Skyward account). Those students will need to work on academics in the first semester and get their GPAs to a 2.0 or higher before they can be eligible to purchase a permit. In this interim period, these students will need to use alternative transportation (parent pick up/drop off, bus, walk, bicycle, or ride with a friend). Students found parking on campus without a valid permit will receive a $40 parking violation fine and a referral to administration.
All students, please download a copy of the 2022-23 application, follow the instructions, and have it ready when you arrive. It has four pages, requires student and parental signatures, requires copies be made of several items, requires information about the vehicle being permitted, and requires funds. School copiers will not be available during permit pickup, so please have these copies with you when you arrive. All photocopies being submitted must be readable, and they will remain at the school as part of the completed packet. Pictures on smartphones will not be accepted.
PARENTS, IF YOU WISH TO USE A SCHOOL AUTHORITY AS YOUR WITNESS TO YOUR SIGNATURE ON PAGE 3, PLEASE DO NOT SIGN THE APPLICATION UNTIL YOU ARE ASKED TO DO SO BY ONE OF OUR SCHOOL PERSONNEL ON THE DAY YOUR BRING THE APPLICATION TO THE SCHOOL. WE CANNOT WITNESS A SIGNATURE THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN WRITTEN. 😊 If a parent cannot bring the application personally at the time of permit distribution, then we suggest the parent secure another witness who is 18 years of age or older to be the witness prior to submitting the application.
If you have any questions that are not answered on the application or in any of the other paperwork, to include this information above, you may contact Mr. Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, to speed up the process for you, please go to your Classlink page and click on the “Destiny” app to see if you owe any fines or fees. If you do, those fines/fees must be paid prior to applying for the permit.
If the fines/fees are owed to SLHS, then you can go to our website and pay for them here: https://lake.revtrak.net/high-schools/slhs/#/list.
If they are owed to Gray Middle School, then you need to go to this location and pay them: https://lake.revtrak.net/middle-schools/cecil-e-gray-middle-school/#/list.
If they are owed to East Ridge High School, then you need to go to this location and pay them: https://lake.revtrak.net/high-schools/erhs/#/list.
If they are owed to Lake Minneola High School, then you need to go to this location and pay them: https://lake.revtrak.net/high-schools/lmhs/#/list.
If you owe fines/fees to Clermont Middle School, you can pay those through the SLHS RevTrak payment page above.
If you owe fines/fees to any other high school in Lake County, go to their school’s website and scroll down until you see the “Payments” tab. Click on the “Payments” tab, and it will take you to that school’s RevTrak payment page. To find those school websites, click on this link (https://www.lake.k12.fl.us/) and go to the “Schools” tab at the top of the page.