Vehicle Policy

Transportation to and from the Delaware Area Career Center will be provided by the home school. However, as a convenience to students and their parents, students may be permitted to drive and park in assigned student parking area. This privilege is subject to the following conditions:
  1. All students must register their vehicles during the first week of school. A permit will be issued at this time. Students, who have a change of vehicles, license numbers, etc., are required to update or apply for another parking permit.
  2. Students are required to provide proof of insurance.
  3. Vehicles are to be parked in the assigned student parking lot. Students may not park in lab service areas without a customer work order.
  4. Maximum speed limit is 10 miles per hour at all times.
  5. Speeding and careless driving will not be tolerated on the school grounds.
  6. Drivers of vehicles are liable for injury to passengers.
  7. The Delaware Area Career Center will not accept the responsibility for lost or stolen items from student’s vehicles in the parking lot.
  8. Report any theft of items from a vehicle or accidents involving student or staff vehicles to the Building Director. The Building Director will report the theft or accident to the Sheriff's Department.
  9. Students who need to gain access to the parking lot during the school day must obtain permission and a pass from the Main Office. This rule is established to protect students and their vehicles and contents against possible damage and/or theft.
  10. Violation of any of the parking lot and driving rules will result in disciplinary action and may result in suspension or termination of driving privileges. (See Student Code of Conduct) Parking on school premises is a privilege; student vehicles may be searched upon reasonable suspicion of illegal or unauthorized behavior or the presence of contraband.
  11. The student is responsible for all items in the vehicle he or she is bringing on to school property.
  12. All vehicles in violation of rules are subject to towing at the discretion of the administration. Towing expense is the responsibility of the student.
  13. The Delaware Area Career Center has a closed lunch which means that a student will not be permitted to leave during lunch.
  14. Students are not permitted to load or unload students from their vehicles unless the car is properly parked. Loading or unloading of students is prohibited in lanes of traffic flow.
  15. No person is allowed to ride in the back of an unenclosed truck or vehicle.