Parking Permits are free but required if you will be Driving to Summer School.
Please complete the information below to obtain your parking Permit.
Documents needed to be uploaded for a Parking permit:
- A photocopy of your driver’s license. (It can be a “Provisional” license, but NOT a “restricted” license).
- A photocopy of your car’s current registration (not expired)
- A photocopy of your car” insurance (not expired)
All documentation will be verified. A valid parking permit MUST be placed visibly on the rearview mirror. Failure to display a parking permit will result in a parking violation.
Campus parking is a privilege. Students are reminded this privilege may be revoked if you fail to operate your vehicle in accordance with state law and school policy and procedures. Permits can be revoked. Rio Rancho Public Schools will not be held responsible for any loss, theft or damage to vehicles.
The speed limit in the parking lot is 10 mph and will be strictly enforced. All vehicles must be registered and insured for authorized parking on campus. Non-registered vehicles or illegally parked vehicles are subject to permit revocation and/or booting. Boot removal fee is $25.00 in addition to any cost incurred in obtaining a valid permit or replacing a damaged boot if applicable. Do not attempt to drive while the boot is on your vehicle. Cost of boot replacement is approximately $600.00. Students failing to properly display parking placard on the vehicle and are subsequently booted, are subject to a $10.00 boot removal fee.
As per school board policy, student(s), their personal effects, lockers, desks, and vehicles on school property are subject to search. These searches may be planned and/or random and do not require parental consent, or presence of a parent. Searches can and may be done with the assistance of canines. If you drive on campus you agree to the terms outlined in the Parking Permit Application and the rules and regulations as outlined in District Policy and Student Agendas. Absolutely no student parking is permitted in the staff parking lot, administrative horseshoe, soccer field north of the school, or the seminary across the street from campus (curbside, mesa, or parking lot). Failure to comply can lead to permit revocation, vehicle booting or other disciplinary action.
Description of Authorized Vehicles