Student Parking Policy
Students are permitted to park in the student parking lot located on the east side of the campus. Parking is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parking in the student parking lot is a privilege not a right. Students needing assistance in parking problems should contact a Campus Security Officer. Security officers will make regular checks of all the parking facilities; however, Cajon is not responsible for damage to or theft of student automobiles or other vehicles. All motorized vehicles driven to school must be registered through the vice principal’s office. A student Parking Permit application can be obtained from the vice principal’s office.
All motor vehicles are subject to search by school officials or law enforcement personnel for any reason. (C.V.C. 21113)
- All student parking is limited to the designated Student Parking area. Students may not park in front of the school or in staff lots.
- District Police will cite students who park in an area or spot not designated as student parking.
- All student-driven automobiles parked on the school grounds must be registered with the school and must display the current parking permit.
- Any student driving an automobile to school must have a current California Driver’s License. All automobiles driven by students must be covered by at least minimum insurance as required by California State Law. Insurance must
- have the student’s name listed on the insurance form.
- Loitering is forbidden in the parking lot at all times. This includes sitting in or by a vehicle.
- All laws pertaining to vehicles and driving will be enforced.
- The student driver is responsible for all drugs, alcohol, stolen property, or other contraband present in the vehicle and will be subject to all appropriate disciplinary action and/or prosecution.
- Parking regulations are strictly enforced. It is considered a privilege to park on school grounds. Suspension of driving privileges, towing of vehicles, and/or suspension from school may occur when any violation of these regulations occurs.
- The District is not responsible for any valuables left in vehicles.
Any student who is caught taking another student off campus without the valid permission of the school will be subject to disciplinary action and their permit being taken away for the balance of the quarter, not to be less than four weeks. This includes off-campus passes for lunch.
Student parking in the faculty parking lot (west side) is prohibited. Violators will be disciplined and may be barred from parking anywhere on the school campus.
Parking Lot Rules
- The speed limit is 5 miles per hour.
- All vehicles must be parked within the designated parking lines and headed in the proper direction. (Vehicles are not to be backed into parking spaces.)
- All vehicular traffic will be in the proper direction. Do not drive against the flow of traffic.
- When exiting the parking lot, use right- or left-turn signals as appropriate.
- Burning rubber, excess speed, or horseplay of any kind will be cause for disciplinary action and being banned from parking in the school parking lot.
- Students driving any type of motor vehicle on the campus grounds, except in the designated student parking lot, will be disciplined.
- Students with vehicles displaying inappropriate/offensive signs, messages, symbols, objects, etc., will be asked to remove them. Failure to comply may result in disciplinary action and/or revocation of permit.
A fenced enclosure for bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles is provided near the northwest corner of the “D” Building (next to D-3). The enclosure is locked during school hours; however, all bicycles and mopeds left there must be secured with a chain and lock. Although the school attempts to provide a secure place for them, Cajon is not responsible for the theft or damage of any bicycle, moped, or motorcycle brought on campus.
Riding skateboards or scooters on campus is prohibited at school for safety reasons. Any skateboards or scooters brought to school must be locked in the bicycle racks on the west side of campus. They may not be carried or ridden from class to class.