Parking & Riding Forms

Complete this form to request a parking pass. The cost of the parking pass is $25, cash only.

Parking Pass Form

 

Complete this form to request permission to ride with another driver.

Permission form to ride with another driver

 

Policies regarding student drivers/riders

25.04 Student Code of Conduct.
All students enrolled in Kanawha County Schools shall behave in a manner that promotes a school environment that is nurturing, orderly, safe, and conducive to learning and personal-social development.
25.04.0 Students will help create an atmosphere free from bullying, intimidation, and harassment.
25.04.2 Students will demonstrate honesty and trustworthiness.
25.04.3 Students will treat others with respect, deal peacefully with anger, use good manners and be considerate of the feelings of others.
25.04.4 Students will demonstrate responsibility, use self-control and be self-disciplined.
25.04.5 Students will demonstrate fairness, abide by the rules, and will not take advantage of others.
25.04.6 Students will demonstrate compassion and caring.
25.04.7 Students will demonstrate good citizenship by obeying laws and rules, respecting authority, and by cooperating with others.
25.04.8 Students will demonstrate good citizenship by obeying laws and rules, respecting authority, and by cooperating with others.

25.05.1. All students shall be subject to the provisions of a code of conduct in the following circumstances:

25.05.1.1. While on property owned by Kanawha County Schools.
25.05.1.2. During time periods when a student is scheduled to attend school or other activities conducted under the auspices of Kanawha County Schools, regardless of whether a student is in actual attendance.
25.05.1.3. During any extracurricular activity or trip conducted under the auspices of Kanawha County Schools in which a student elects to participate.
25.05.1.4. While a student is in transit to or from school or an extracurricular activity, including transit on a school bus.

25.05.1.8. While the student is at any school-sponsored activity or event, whether or not it is held on school premises, in a building or other property used or operated by the board of education, RESA or state department of education, or in another facility being used by any of those agencies.
25.05.2. Students who do not behave in a manner that promotes a nurturing, orderly, safe environment conducive to learning will be subject to the Levels of Response to Violations as outlined in Section 25.07 hereof.
25.05.3. This policy does not supersede any rights granted to special education students by Federal or State law or other West Virginia Board of Education policy.
25.05.4. While this policy deals primarily with student behaviors, consequences for the inappropriate behaviors of staff and/or public guests will be addressed through personnel procedures (for staff) and removal from school premises (for public guests).

25.12. Searches.
25.12.1. official is permitted if there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the search will turn up evidence that the student has violated or is violating either the law or rules of the school. The extent of the search must be reasonably related to the objectives of a search and not excessively intrusive in light of the sex of the student and the nature of the infraction. However, “strip searches” are not permitted under any circumstances. Any searches of students will be conducted in the presence of an adult witness. Any contraband property discovered as a result of a search may be confiscated.
25.12.2. Car Searches –
A student’s car, while on school property, is subject to search by a teacher or other school official if there are reasonable grounds to suspect that the search will turn up evidence that a student has violated or is violating either the law or rules of the school. Such searches will be conducted in the presence of an adult witness.

The following procedures govern secondary student driving privileges:
School buses are reliable and safe transportation and all students are expected to use them. Students are only eligible to drive if they have proof of a job after school starts. The parent/guardian and the home school principal must also approve. Students who are given permission to drive must fill out the parking pass permit form and purchase a parking permit for $25.00. This permit must be displayed in the front windshield of the car while on Carver property.
Students who are given permission to drive are not allowed to have riders in the vehicle unless those riders have been approved. Students wishing to ride with a driving student must fill out the permission form and obtain authorization from administration.
All vehicles driven by students must be parked on the front lot in assigned areas and not at any other location--no exceptions.
Students must drive directly from their home school to Carver (with no stops), park their vehicles, and enter the building as soon as they arrive at Carver. They must leave Carver and proceed directly back to their home schools as soon as students are dismissed. Students are not to congregate in cars on the parking lot. Students may not return to their vehicles during class time without permission from the office. Student drivers who transport unauthorized riders will have their driving privilege revoked. Student drivers who drive in a manner that endangers themselves or others will have their driving privilege revoked. Students who are tardy more than twice in a nine weeks will have their driving privilege revoked. Student drivers who violate any of the above rules will have their driving privilege revoked and are subject to a 3-day suspension.

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