Reserved / Painting Parking Policies Reserving and painting a parking space is a much-loved program sponsored by the SPHS Boosters. All proceeds go towards SPHS special events. In addition to the standard $30 parking fee paid to the school, the cost to participate in Paint Your Space is $10 per school year (paid to the SPHS Boosters). Student parking decals must be purchased at the SPHS front office and are required in order to participate in Paint Your Space. You must include your parking decal number on the application in order to be approved for Paint Your Space. Returning students are given the option to keep their current space and its artwork. The SPHS Boosters must receive the Paint Your Space Agreement and $10.00 PYS fee, if they wish to keep their current space and artwork. By not completing the agreement and paying the fee by September 4th, the Boosters reserve the right to paint over the existing space. All participants are able to pick their own spaces on a first come, first served basis. To request a space, please complete the agreement, indicating your 1st and 2nd choice of spaces, and give it to Cindy at the front desk by September 4th. All agreements will be time and date stamped.
Painting Party Day: Saturday, September 21 from 9a-1p Rain Date: Saturday, Saturday, September 28 from 9a-1p.
The Booster Club will provide the following colors: Red, Blue, Orange, Yellow, Green, White, Black Suggested tools are a broom, paint roller and pan, paint brushes, painter’s tape, rags. ONLY WATER-BASED EXTERIOR LATEX PAINT CAN BE USED. All paint must be in the original container with the original label. The entire parking space may be painted, however, no painting is allowed within 4 inches of the striping or numbering of the parking space. Prohibited Items Prohibited supplies include but are not limited to spray paint, concrete paint, reflective paint, fluorescent paint, and oil-based paint. Creativity is encouraged and parking space artwork must be in good taste. Prohibited artwork includes but is not limited to inappropriate words, slogans, symbols, pictures, offensive language, pictures, or symbols, negative or rude language, “gang-style” tagging, and double entendres (double meanings). Vandalizing of another student’s space and/or artwork will not be tolerated. Prohibited items will be painted over at the discretion of administration. Disciplinary action may be taken, and you may forfeit your right to a parking space and/or to drive on campus. All SPHS/Sarasota County School Board student policies and codes of conduct shall apply to the artwork. If you’re not sure if your artwork is prohibited or not, please contact the Boosters at firstname.lastname@example.org.