Student Parking Information

Student parking is a privilege extended to senior students who abide by the guidelines established by the school administration to ensure a safe and orderly parking lot. The school parking lot and access roads are regulated by the administration and are under the jurisdiction of the Washington Twp. Police Department who enforce local ordinances and state statutes. Please note carefully that the school has the right to tow any vehicle that is illegally parked and/or has not received a parking permit issued by the Main Office.
Seniors with a valid driver's license, who have completed a registration packet available in the Main Office, and who have attended the Share the Keys WMC mandatory driving presentation with a parent/guardian will be issued a parking permit tag at the beginning of each school year.
Due to the non-traditional circumstances for the upcoming school year, the hybrid model will allow us to accommodate both Juniors and Seniors that qualify to park on campus provided that they have satisfied all of the necessary criteria.   Those juniors that have received their licenses, filled out the necessary application, which includes the required student/parent signature page recognizing the WMC parking rules and regulations, and have attended the mandatory Share the Keys program with their parent/guardian will be granted a parking permit.
ADVISORY COMMUNICATION - PLEASE NOTE:  Should the circumstances positively change and West Morris Central returns to full time instruction with the entire student body on campus, all eligible seniors will retain the right to park on campus.  Due to limited space, Junior parking tags may be revoked.  Junior tags will be honored in the order with which they were applied for and issued.
Juniors who live within the 2 mile zone to the school and who have attended the mandatory Share the Keys parking program may obtain a parking permit once they obtain their driver's license and submit the appropriate paperwork.
The one hour Share the Keys parking permit program is conducted by staff approximately four times per year.  It is offered in conjunction with the NJ Teen Safe Driving Coalition.  For the very first time we will be offering this program virtually on August 18, 2020 at 7:00 pm.  Information regarding the virtual program will be sent out on or before August 7th.  Please save the date.  We will offer an additional virtual program in early September for those that are unable to attend this session.  Subsequent dates for this program will be announced at a later date.
Please email Toni Liskiewicz, Assistant Principal, with any questions or concerns at
Parking Information:

Student Parking Letter for Juniors and Seniors: Click Here
Parking Application: Click Here
Parking Rules and Regulations: Click Here