Mission Statement

The philosophy of the Deans' Office is to cultivate a safe, orderly and effective environment that promotes mutual respect and encourages citizenship. A culture predicated on mutual respect and citizenship will enhance students’ academic success and prepare them to be responsible, contributing members of society. It is our goal to facilitate the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of discipline with dignity that is shared and supported by the school community.

Parking Policies and Procedures

Please fill out the form (using your student Prospect username and password) below with the vehicles that you wish to register under your 2019-2020 Parking Permit.    


Parking permits will be available to *eligible seniors only (Class of 2020) prior to the start of the school year (see dates below). Eligible juniors will be able to purchase any available permits starting on the first day of school, August 14, 2019 from 2nd hour through 7th hour, (lunches and opens only). Once school starts, juniors and seniors will be able purchase permits during school hours beginning on Wednesday, August 14, 2019. Permits are sold on a first come, first served basis.

 
Parking on campus without a 2019-2020 permit will jeopardize your current and/or future permit eligibility. 

 
*Eligible means that students have completed their detention obligations and did not receive a notice to tow warning in the Spring semester. Students must have served all detentions before being eligible to purchase a parking permit. During permit sale days, a list of IDs will be posted on the wall outside the Attendance office of students who have unserved detentions. Students with outstanding detentions will be eligible to purchase permits once detentions are resolved. Students with discipline and/or Spring 2019 tow letters on file will be able to purchase any available permits at the start of the second quarter of the 2019-2020 school year Tuesday, October 15, 2019.

 
The price of the parking permit is set each year by the 214 Board of Education for all District 214 schools.  For the 2019-2020 school year, the price of the permits will be $190.00 - all year

If seniors are eligible for early January graduation, a refund will be issued when permit is returned to one of the deans and a request made for refund.

 
2019 - 2020 Parking Permit

 
The parking permit application is located in above link.  Please print (two sided form) and fill out completely. Present at attendance office with supporting documents and payment on appropriate date for your class (class of 2019 or class of 2020)  

 

Seniors - Class of 2020*

Once you complete and submit this form, we will have your information on file in the Attendance office. You will need to come in to the Attendance office on:

 
Thursday August 8 (11:30 am - 2:30pm) Class of 2020 only
Tuesday, August 13 (9:00am - 2:30pm) Class of 2020 only
Wednesday, August 14 (9:00am - 2:30pm) Class of 2020 and 2021 (lunches or open ONLY.)

You must bring;

  1. Photocopy of student’s  driver’s license, insurance cards & registration (for all vehicles listed) 
  2. Check $190  (made out to Prospect High School) or cash
  3. An unsealed envelope with your name and ID on it

Parking on campus without a 2019-2020 permit will jeopardize your permit eligibility.

 
Juniors: Class of 2021* will have access to purchase parking permits on starting on Wednesday, August 14, 2019. (9:00 am - 2:30 pm/ 2nd-7th hours)

 
You must  bring:

  1. A photocopy of insurance cards and registration (for each vehicle listed) 
  2. A photocopy of your driver’s license
  3. An unsealed envelope with your name and ID on it.
  4. Check $190  (made out to Prospect High School) or cash

Parking on campus without a 2019-2020 permit will jeopardize your permit eligibility. 

 
Students may only purchase permits before school, during an open period or lunch, or after school.  Students should not purchase permits between classes, however they may drop off permit application, photocopies, and payment and pick up permit later in the day.

 
*Eligible means that students have completed their detention obligations and did not receive a notice to tow warning in the Spring semester. Students must have served all detentions before being eligible to purchase a parking permit. During permit sale days, a list of ID’s will be posted on the wall outside the Attendance Office of students who have unserved detentions.

School Dances

Each dance that is held at Prospect High School, current students will be required to bring their school ID to be scanned at the door. If they do not have a current school ID, they will be able to purchase a temporary one for $5.00. Detentions MUST be served before the dance. Students may be refused entry if they still have unserved detentions. A PHS student may bring a guest to the dance but must first fill out the District 214 Guest Dance Form and turn it into the Attendance Office by 2 p.m. the Friday before each dance. The dances are usually $10, unless otherwise noted.

September 14, 2019 Homecoming Dance 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
​May 15, 2020 Prom 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

                

Student ID cards

Students must have their ID cards on them at all times during the school day and at school functions (dances, sporting events, and activities). When returning to the building during the school day, students must show their ID card to security.  Replacement ID cards are available in the Main Office during normal business hours.  Replacement cards are $5.

Visitor Guidelines

All visitors are required to verify their identity and confirm their purpose of business by checking in at a security desk located at either Door 6 or 30. Visitors from outside District 214 are required to leave a picture ID at the security desk in exchange for a visitor’s badge. Visitors can retrieve their ID before they leave the building for the day.

Harassment and Bullying Information

If a student is being bullied or harassed by another person at school or at school functions, please tell a friend, a staff member, the Dean, our School Resource Officer or your Counselor and seek support. We want to help make it stop. You should be able to attend Prospect High School without the fear of being harassed.

Safety Tips

  • Lock your items in your locker, especially PE lockers.
  • Do not share your combination or locker with anyone.
  • Label your calculator with your name in several different places, including the battery case.
  • Do not leave your items (backpack, jacket, books) unattended. Especially the locker rooms!
  • When you attend the school dances, make sure you use the coat-check to make sure your items are safe.

Detention Schedule

All detentions are served in room 144, unless otherwise noted by a posting on the detention room door indicating an alternate location. Detentions start at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursdays and 3:15 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Lost and Found/Stolen Items

If you lost an item, please check in the Attendance Office and fill out the "lost/theft form." Expensive items such as mp3 players, phones, and TI-84 type calculators will be stored in the School Resource Officer’s office until claimed. If we can match an item to a Lost and Found Report, we will send a pass for you to pick up your item.

Register your serial numbers of your electronic devices so if/when we do find them we can get them back to you.The Prospect High School Serial Number Registry is available here

If you had an item stolen while at school, stop into the Attendance office and ask to speak with one of the deans or the school resource officer.