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Parking permit apps being accepted

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Beginning July 3, Tallassee High School will begin accepting parking permit applications from the senior and junior classes only. Applications will be accepted as long as there are parking spaces available.  

On Aug. 1, all senior applications that have been received will be pulled first. This is done randomly with no designated area for any particular class of students. 

After the first day of school, you must be 16 years of age and have your driver's license in order to apply for a parking permit.  The charge for a permit will be $40. 

The payment for the parking permit must be included with the completed permit application form at the time that the form is brought to the office. All debts owed to the school, including damaged iPads and music department fees, must be cleared before a parking permit will be issued. 

A parent must sign his/her student’s parking permit application, along with the student’s signature, before an application will be issued. At the time that a permit application is turned into the office, the student must present the completed form, a copy of his/her valid driver’s license and proof of insurance. 

It is very important that parents and students understand that parking on campus is a privilege and the right to do so can be taken away at the discretion of the principal at any time.

All campus parking and traffic rules will be further outlined in the Student Handbook. All parents should carefully read over all of these rules and make sure that his/her student understands his/her responsibility in driving his/her automobile on the school campus.

All parking permits may be picked up on Aug. 7 in the main office at the school. 

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