Vehicles parked on Muscatine High School property during the school day must have a current tag or face suspended vehicle privileges on campus.
Students who do find it necessary to drive a motor vehicle to Muscatine High School must have a valid Iowa Driver’s License. All laws of the State of Iowa applying to motor vehicles will apply and be enforced on the Muscatine High School property. The speed limit on Muscatine High School property is 15 miles per hour. Motor vehicles must travel the paved roadways and parking areas.
NO MOTOR VEHICLES ARE PERMITTED ON THE GRASS OR DIRT AREAS AT MUSCATINE HIGH SCHOOL AND MUST BE PARKED BETWEEN TWO WHITE LINES IN A STUDENT PARKING SPACE. (BONNIE OR CEDAR LOT ONLY) This applies to all hours of the day, not just school hours. Event parking must also be in compliance.
Students must realize that they are choosing to bring their motor vehicle on school campus. Muscatine Community Schools will not be responsible for any theft or damage that might occur while the vehicle is on campus. It is highly recommended that all vehicles be locked.
Students bringing any motor vehicle to school must have the vehicle registered at the Student Services Office and must have the registration tag hanging from the rear view mirror or in a locked area if on cycles or mopeds.
Parking space is available in the Cedar Street and Bonnie Drive parking lots. There are no other areas where student parking is permitted.
The following guidelines are suggested for students driving at school:
- A staff member may be assigned to supervise the MHS campus. This individual is in complete control of traffic flow, and students must follow directions of this individual. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action.
- School buses have priority at all times.
- Students must leave their vehicle immediately upon parking. No loitering is permitted.
- All vehicles must be properly parked within the designated student parking area.
- Students will not be permitted to park in roadways or areas not outlined by white lines.
- Vehicles brought on school campus by students are subject to inspection by district personnel any time it is deemed necessary for the safety and welfare of the students and school. It is desirable that students or owners be present at the time of the inspection.
Any individual who violates rules concerning motor vehicles at MHS may have a violation sticker placed on a window. In addition, any of the following may occur:
- Administrative warning
- Suspended driving and parking privileges on campus
- Vehicle towed at student expense