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Administration Message

Legend Parking Update:

This week, we will check the parking lots ensuring every car has a Legend parking permit. We will also start ticketing cars that do not have permits clearly displayed.  We have very limited parking at Legend and parking is reserved for students/families who have purchased parking permits and gone through the proper systems. 

If you have purchased a parking permit and have yet to pick it up from security, we need you to pick them up by the end of the day on Friday, 10/15.  After this date, parking permits that have not been picked up will be refunded and resold to those who are on the current waiting list.

Due to the limited parking we have at Legend, we do not have the capacity to allow sophomores to park in our lots.  We often hear that there are many open spaces throughout the day.  Although this is sometimes true because of off periods and absences, we have instances (during period 2, 3, and 4 in particular), when there are no spaces available and students park illegally on end caps or in the staff parking lot.  We’ve prioritized seniors and juniors for parking spaces.  We will reevaluate the number of open spaces available once all of this is cleaned up next week.    

Please see the Parking Information on our website for more information.  

Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.

Andy Wold
Legend High School
Dean/Advisor (Bre-Dar)


Attention Class of 2022 Parents/Guardians!

It is now the time to begin thinking about your senior's senior photo for the yearbook, as well as the senior biography where students detail their activities, and the senior memory block, which parents can choose to purchase to commemorate their senior. 
Senior Photos and Bios are due Friday, November 19 
Senior Memory Blocks need to purchase by Monday, December 6
See Senior Photo and Ad Brochure for more info.
Email Mrs. Harrison at amharrison@dcsdk12.org with any questions.
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