Parking permits are still available for seniors, WaNIC/Running Start and, currently, winter parking for juniors and sophomores. Please contact Jeani Schwenk, Campus Supervisor to make a request for an on-campus parking pass. Please be aware:
· Parking on the WHS campus is limited.
· Students who plan to park on campus must have a parking application on file. A photocopy of current auto insurance and driver's license must be included with the application.
· Applications are not available online at this time.
· Parking hangers must be clearly displayed in any student car parked on campus to avoid a ticket.
· Please see the WHS Campus Parking Info below that outlines the general parking information, as well as the Priority Parking Plan.
ON-CAMPUS STUDENT PARKING
This Friday, November 30 is the seasonal deadline for students to have a valid WHS 2018-2019 parking permit (senior, WaNIC or winter hanger) in their car to park on the WHS campus. Parking permits are still available to purchase.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ALL OUTSTANDING FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID TO BE ABLE TO PURCHASE A PARKING HANGER.
Students who do not have a parking hanger must park on the street until a parking pass is purchased.
General Parking Information
Student parking is a privilege. WHS encourages carpooling.
- Parking permits are issued according to the Priority Parking Plan outlined below.
- A lottery for remaining parking spots may be conducted each season for students on the waiting list.
- Extenuating circumstances are considered on a case-by-case basis.
- The purchase of a parking hanger does not guarantee you a spot every day.
- All parking is on a “first come, first served” basis.
- AM/PM WaNIC/Health Sciences/Running Start students have priority in designated parking areas in the 600 Student Parking and Lower Student Parking lots.
- Seniors with WANIC/Health Science/Running Start class where there is no district shuttle offered.
- Juniors with WANIC/Health Science/Running Start class where there is no district shuttle offered.
- Seniors who participate in after school sanctioned sports and pre-approved after school activities.
- Juniors who participate in after school sanctioned sports and pre-approved after school activities.
- Seniors who have waivers or work after school.
Q: How many parking spaces are available for hanger purchases by students?
A: Approximately 440 for the 2018-19 school year.
Q: Who has ticket and towing jurisdiction for cars parked on the street in front of the school?
A: Woodinville Police Department.
Q: What will happen if I park in the adjacent neighborhoods?
A: Ticketed by police and/or towed at owner's expense if parked on curbs, sidewalks, or parked against the flow of traffic.
Q: What happens if I don't pay my parking tickets?
A: Your diploma, transcript, yearbook, and/or optional graduation supplies are withheld and you cannot participate in extra-curricular activities when parking fines (or any fines/fees) are unpaid at the time of the activity (i.e., fall/winter/spring sports participation, club competitions, homecoming dance, prom, Commencement Ceremony, etc.).
Q: What are the top four reasons students receive parking tickets at WHS?
- Hangers not displayed on mirrors
- Parked in the Staff lot
- Parked in the Visitor lot
- Parked in two spots
Q: What will happen if I park in the handicapped zone with or without a valid parking hanger?
A: You will receive a ticket and will be towed at your own expense.
Q: Whom do students and/or parents contact when there is a concern or question regarding parking?
A: Email Campus Supervisor Jeani Schwenk:email@example.com
**IMPORTANT: Parking Hanger Return Information**
All WHS parking hangers are due back at either the end of the season for seasonal permits or by the end of the school year for yearlong permits.
A $25 fine is assessed for any hanger not returned.
- Seniors must pay all outstanding fines and fees to receive a diploma.
- Juniors must pay all fines to receive a hanger for the next year.