The Sun Prairie Area School District offers Traffic Safety Classes during Summer School only. The District will offer Behind the Wheel training if/when certified Driver’s Education teachers are available in the District. Learn more about our Driver's Education Program here.
Student parking areas are furnished to students as a privilege. Students must park in the student parking area only and cannot park in designated visitor spaces. Students parking in unauthorized spaces can receive a fine of $30.00 for each offense. Availability of student parking spaces is limited, so students who drive to school or leave during the school day should plan accordingly.
Parking is authorized by permit only and permits must be purchased and appropriately displayed. All rules and regulations apply to all motor-driven vehicles. Ability to purchase a parking permit cannot be guaranteed.
Parking permits will be issued during registration week in August on a seniority basis by credit standing. Students will receive a list of parking lot and permit regulations at the time of registration.
When purchasing a parking permit, the student and parent/guardian will be required to sign a notice that parking illegally may cause the vehicles to be ticketed and/or towed. Students and parents/guardians will be responsible for all fines and towing charges. School officials are permitted to search vehicles with reasonable suspicion.
The parking lot is considered an extension of the school building and all appropriate behavior expected in the building will also be expected in the parking lot. Any inappropriate behavior including, but not limited to, reckless driving will be subject to disciplinary action.
Students will need to have their Drivers License (Drivers Permits NOT accepted) verified by the Front Office staff - they may stop in at the Front Office during the school day. They must park across the street until they receive their Parking Permit.
Parents and guardians may obtain a work permit by following the instructions below. Note that parents and guardians are required to pay the work permit application fee at the time of purchase. After the payment has processed the parent or guardian will receive an email confirmation and the permit will be printed and mailed directly to the employer. The minor's employer will receive the permit within five (5) business days. The minor may begin working upon receipt of the confirmation email.
A DWD ID is a username and password used to interact with the Department of Workforce Development or Department of Children and Family Services. If you already have a DWD ID that you used to work with another division, such as the Unemployment Insurance Division, you do not need to create a new ID.
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