Green Level High School follows WCPSS guidelines for student parking as outlined here.
For a copy of the Student Drivers Safety Presentation, please click here.
Parking spaces may NOT by shared (or transferred) to other students. (The only exception is for siblings - if siblings share a spot, each sibling must be registered as a driver.
Only registered vehicles may be parked in assigned spaces (no more than 2 vehicles registered to each space). If there are changes, be sure to report to the Front Office immediately to avoid tickets and fines.
GLHS parking hangtags must be displayed from rear-view mirror with hang tag information facing out.
Fines must be paid within 3 days (or face additional fines and other consequences).
Seatbelts should be worn properly by all vehicle occupants.
Driving speeds should not exceed 10 mph in parking lots.
Code of Conduct applies to all vehicles, student drivers, passengers, and contents while on school grounds.
Student vehicles are subject to search and seizure per WCPSS Board Policy.
Vehicles must be parked within the lines.
Register vehicle as usual and pay for spot as usual.
Handicapped permit must be for the student using the vehicle.
Student must have a valid handicapped permit from DMV and a GLHS parking pass to park in a handicap space.
Normal expectations, parking rules, and consequences apply.
Please contact the Front Office if a handicap space is needed.
Important - If an accident occurs
If you are involved in any accident (major or minor), you need to report it.
When an accident occurs on campus, 1) stop your vehicle and get out, 2) move to a safe area, 3) call the Front Office for our Security Resource Officer, 4) contact your parents or guardians, and 5) check on others involved.
Everyone involved must stay at the scene of the accident.
Failing to report incidents on campus may also result in temporary or permanent suspension of parking privileges, along with other consequences.