Some new changes are being put in place for student drop-offs at Lafayette High School.
KATC's Abby Breidenbach was LIVE at the school on Monday, September 30 as parents and students arrived.
The new policies could cause traffic issues for parents leaving campus and for drivers who use roadways near the school during their commute.
The biggest change for those parents and students is where students will be dropped off.
The gravel road behind Lafayette High is where all cars must drop students off from now on.
There's also a new rule that students cannot be dropped until after 6:30 am.
Drop-offs must take place on the gravel drive from 6:30 am and 7:00 am.
Parents will take a right onto this road from Marie Antoinette and and then turn left on Foreman Drive to exit.
The back gate will close after 7:00 am.
After that time, students will have to enter through the front of the school.
School pick up will be in the circle drive at the front of the school.