Students can find plenty of room to park their vehicles at high schools in Door and Kewaunee Counties. Aside from making sure they have a valid license, students have to make sure they file the proper paperwork with the district, provide emergency contacts, and agree to the rules of driving and parking on campus outlined in their student handbooks. While the cost for a permit ranges from $20 a year at Luxemburg-Casco and Sevastopol and up to $50 at Southern Door, parking is free for students at Kewaunee and Gibraltar. Kewaunee principal Mike Bennett says they do not want any deterrence for kids getting to class.
Bennett says at previous stops in his career in education, the money collected from permit fees went towards maintenance of the parking lot.
Costs for parking permits at Door/Kewaunee County High Schools
Southern Door: $50/year
Sturgeon Bay: $20/semester