Parking Information 2019-20
2019-2020 Broughton High School Parking Information Message 1 – April 12, 2019 The following updated information is intended for Broughton High School rising seniors and juniors, their parents, and their guardians:
A total of 150 parking spaces will be made available for student parking in the 2019 -2020 school year. All planned student spaces will be located in the parking lots adjacent to Peace Street. The cost for student parking has not yet been determined for next school year, but is presently estimated to be about the same as this year, $200. Rising seniors and juniors, who have completed 25 hours of community service for each completed year of attendance at Broughton High School, will have the opportunity to sign up for entry into the parking lottery in the main office from April 23rd, through May 10th. Parking assignments will be made through a random drawing with the priority of assignments being given to rising seniors. The results of the lottery will be posted by the front doors to the main office no later than May 24th and will remain posted for two weeks.
Once a space is assigned, it is to be paid for through the Wake County Public Schools Online School Payments (OSP). This purchase can be made starting with the new fiscal year on July 1st, 2019. The payment period will end on July 31st, 2019. Any parking spaces not paid for by the due date, will be utilized for further distribution to the standby list beginning on August 6th, 2019. The receipts from the OSP transaction should be used as the ticket to pick up the permanent parking tag. Through the mail, over this summer, those students who are assigned a parking spot will receive a temporary parking tag /card, which will be good for the first two weeks of the 2019 - 2020 school year. It will contain a map showing the locations of parking spaces on the obverse side of the card. The temporary parking tag /card should be displayed on the dashboard of students’ vehicles while parking on campus, until 2019 -2020 parking registration forms are completed, turned in, and the permanent tag is picked up. This process will take place in the school cafeteria, during lunch periods, starting on August 28th. Students must pick up their permanent tags and complete and turn in the required registration forms by September 6th in order to avoid a temporary or permanent loss of their parking privileges. Rights to use a student parking spot are not transferable.
Contact Mr. Lentz at 919-856-7810, email@example.com, if you need additional information and enjoy the remainder of your school year.