Parking & Transportation
Passes & Transportation
If your student needs a bus pass, pease complete the form below and send it with your student to the main office – it has all the information we need from you. Bus passes are not valid without approval from school personnel. To find bus numbers, stop locations and bus stop times - Click on the Bus Information Link below. Guest passes to ride to a friends house are not allowed until October 10th.
After School Activity Bus Information
Beginning Monday, September 12th, NSD will be providing after school activity buses from the high schools four days per week: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Buses will depart from the high school at 4:30pm. Up to 50 students can ride the activity bus.
Students will need to come into the Main Office to get an Activity Bus Pass. Activity Bus Passes are issued on a first-come, first-served basis due to the limited number of seats.The activity route does not have the same bus stop locations as the regular bus routes. Bus stops are limited to ensure all students are transported home in a timely manner and the cost to the schools are minimized. It is the parents' responsibility to select the stop closest to their residence and familiarize their child with this information in the event he/she needs to utilize after school transportation.
Student Parking at IHS.
Parking on campus is a privilege, not a right. Every student that drives their car on to the Inglemoor Campus during the school day must have a parking pass. Only juniors and seniors are allowed to park on campus and a parking pass must be displayed at all times. **Inglemoor does not have enough parking to accommodate the amount of students that want a spot**
Who can get a Parking Permit?
Juniors and seniors that are eligible drivers with proof of insurance can purchase a pass. Drivers must show proof of insurance and a current driver's license in order to receive a parking pass. Inglemoor has extremely limited parking and is not able to offer parking spots to sophmores at this time.
2023-24 Parking Permit Fee - $50
WANIC/Running Start Lot -$25
Space is Limited. Parking registration priority goes to:
Running Start & WANIC Students (that do not have a NSD shuttle)
How to get a parking pass for the 23-24 school year.
Fill out the Inglemoor Student Parking Application form. (students must be logged into their student account to access the form.)
2. Bring your signed permission slip to room 302 or the front office.
3. You will receive an email within two weeks letting you know if you have been approved for a spot with directions on how to pay. You will also receive an email if you have been waitlisted.
If you no longer need a parking pass or will not be attending IHS, you must return your parking pass to the Campus Supervisor.
Student Parking Expectations:
Student parking on the Inglemor campus is a privilege. This privilege may be suspended or revoked for failure to meet IHS campus expectations, described in the student handbook, and/or failing to abide by the following guidelines.
Permit Visibility and Parking Spot:
Parking passes must be clearly displayed at all times while on campus or a ticket will be issued, and may only be used in the registered vehicles(s) - not in another student's vehicle. Students must park in their designated spots at all time. Students must register new vehicles prior to parking on campus. If there is any change to the information provided on the registration form, it is the driver's responsibility to provide these changes online or in writing to the Campus Supervisor.
Parking Pass Transferability:
Parking passes are non-transferable. Students may not loan, borrow, or sell a parking pass to another individual. Altering, copying, or counterfeiting a parking pass is considered theft, and will be treated accordingly. The student driver registered through this form is the ONLY student authorized to use the vehicle(s) and must take responsibility for their vehicle being mechanically safe and operated in a safe/mature manner. Careless driving and/or violating basic driving laws on campus or in adjacent neighborhood areas may result in disciplinary action and the loss of campus parking privileges.
Inglemor High School is a closed campus. Student vehicles are to be parked upon arrival and removed following the student’s last class. Students, other than those who depart for special off-campus education, must have an excuse slip from the attendance office before they may depart campus during the academic day. Seniors are allowed to leave at lunch but need to go directly to their vehicle, leave campus and be back on time. Seniors with excessive tardies coming back from lunch can lose this privilege. Parking lots are not open to students during the day other than as specified above. Vehicles are not to be used as lockers. Students may not leave campus without permission, including walking, or in a vehicle. Violations of this rule will result in revocation of parking pass for up to two weeks. Repeat offenders may receive disciplinary action which could include detention or Saturday school.
Students who choose to drive and park on Inglemoor campus do so at their own risk. The Northshore School District and Inglemoor are not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen property. Vehicles need to be secured to protect personal items.
Vehicles are to be parked within designated (lined) spaces. Care must be taken to avoid blocking adjacent parking spaces and/or fire and traffic lanes. Use of designated disabled parking spaces requires a valid Washington State disabled parking permit. Students who park in these areas without a valid Washington State disabled parking permit will be fined the maximum penalty.
The speed limit on IHS grounds is 5 MPH. Exceeding the speed limit, poor or reckless driving, driving on sidewalks, over barriers or curbs, or engaging in any potentially dangerous activities with a motor vehicle will not be tolerated.
If a student receives a campus ticket for a parking violation, the first offense will be $10 and one lunch detention, the second is $20 and two lunch detentions, the third is $30 and three lunch detentions; and each and every violation after the third will result in $120 fine, and disciplinary action which could include detention or Saturday school. Any violations of traffic laws or criminal law will be turned over to the local Police Department.
By registering to park at IHS, students’ cars may be subjected to a search if there is a suspicion of contraband items, other evidence of a student’s violation of the law, or rules governing student conduct.