Student Parking
Student Parking Information
On-campus parking is a privilege offered to students at Mary Persons High School.  The Administration will be in charge of student parking.  All money collected from parking fees and fines will be used as the Administration sees fit.

Parking permits will be issued to students in the following priority:
1) Seniors       2) Juniors       3) Other underclassmen

Parking permits are $35. They are non-refundable.  Lost, suspended or replacement permits will cost the same.  If you lose a permit, you must replace it in order to continue parking on Monroe County school property.  Students’ vehicles permitted to park on-campus must be registered with the school.  Parking permits must be displayed on the designated area of all vehicles (lower left hand corner of the front windshield) and all vehicles must be parked in their assigned space or lot.

Parking permits will be issued only to those students who meet the following criteria:
Possession of a valid Georgia Driver’s License
Updated and physical proof of insurance
Automobile Tag Number
Payment of parking fee.

Parking privileges can be revoked by the Administration because of irresponsible behavior, unexcused tardies to school or poor academic performance.  Vehicles must be operated in a safe and proper manner at all times on any Monroe County school property.  Any student who has not been issued a parking permit or whose permit has been revoked will not be allowed to park on any Monroe County school property during school hours.  

(Note: New policies may be developed and implemented when the need arises.)
 
Student Parking Rules and Regulations
1. No loitering.  Students are not allowed to sit in cars or stand around in the parking lot.
2. A student must obtain a pass from the office to return to his/her car during the school day.
3. Parking permits are nontransferable.  The permit may only be used by the individual who purchases the permit.  Violations will result in revocation of both parties’ parking privileges and disciplinary action.
4. First suspension from school – Two weeks suspension of parking privileges.
5. Second suspension from school – Parking privileges revoked for the remainder of the semester.
6. Tardiness – After five tardies to school during a semester, the parking permit will be revoked for the remainder of the semester.
7. Substance abuse on campus – This will result in the revocation of the parking permit for not less than one year.  This includes alcohol and any tobacco product (regardless of student’s age).
8. Weapons – If found in a student’s vehicle, locker or on the student will result in the revocation of parking privileges for not less than one school year.
9. Clothing – Students must be fully clothed on all Monroe County school property, including parking lots.  Violations will result in the revocation of parking privileges for a week for each offense.
10. Noise – Loud music from stereos or P.A. systems will result in the revocation of parking privileges for a week for each offense and/or a fine.
11. On campus driving misconduct (such as spinning wheels, speeding, etc.) – This will result in the revocation of parking privileges for one week and/or a fine.  If this happens a second time, parking privileges will be revoked for the remainder of the school year.
12. Leaving campus without permission – This will result in the revocation of parking privileges for the remainder of the semester.
13. Transporting another student off-campus without permission – This will result in the revocation of parking privileges for the remainder of the semester.
14. Skipping school – Parking privileges may be revoked for a week for each offense.
 
Click on this link to register for parking
 
Payment for parking is completed through Infinite Campus (on a computer, not the app)
1. Login to your Infinite Campus portal
2. Fees tab
3. My Accounts
4. Optional Payments
5. Add to Cart