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GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

DISTRICT WORK PERMITS 2013-2014

General Information

Students who attend a high school in the Grossmont Union High School District are required to obtain a work permit if they are under 18 years of age, and have secured part-time, paid employment. The work permit is required by CA Education Code and is enforced by the CA State Labor Department (DLSE).

Locations

LOCATIONS: Beginning June 2013, work permits for Grossmont Union High School District students will be processed at the school site where the student is enrolled and attends.

Charter and private school students may obtain a work permit from their school where they are enrolled and attend.

Process

Process for GUHSD students to obtain a Work Permit

1. Go to your school site and get Form B1-1 (Intent to Employ Form) or download it here icon B1-1 (Intent to Employ Form)

2. Complete the B1-1 Form. Make sure it has BOTH employer AND parent signatures and information, and your social security number.

3. Take completed Form B1-1 to your school site.

4. Work Permit designee will review the Form B1-1 as well as your attendance and academic records

5. Your Work Permit will be completed within 48 hours during work days if you meet district attendance and academic requirements.

6. Pick up your work permit, SIGN and DATE it, and take it to your employer and bring a copy to your parent/guardian.

The employer MUST keep your work permit at the work site.

Work Permits must be renewed each year at the start of school, or if employment changes.

Policy

GUHSD Attendance and Academic Policy for Work Permits

School Attendance

Work Permit Issued

Work Permit Restricted
or Denied
Work Permit Revoked
Review Student Attendance History Review Student Attendance History Review Student Attendance History
Student has fewer than six (6) cumulative T-P-L during last 30 school days Student has more than six (6) T-P-L during last 30 school days Student has more than six (6) T-P-L during last 30 school days
Work Permit Designee will issue student work permit Student attendance will be reviewed at the end of the current semester Student has 15 school days to improve & clear up previous attendance infractions before work restrictions are lifted
If student has no more than two all day truancies (T), period truancies (P), and tardies (L), the work permit may be changed back to a regular work permit
Work Permit Designee will notify employer, student and parent/guardian that work permit has been restricted or denied

Counselor will receive notification of the Restricted Work Permit

If Student attendance does not improve the Work Permit Designee will notify employer, student, parent/guardian and Depart of Labor that the work permit has been revoked.
Assistant Principal or Counselor will meet with student to notify him/her work permit has been denied Student work permit will NOT be reinstated until the end of the current semester after review of student grades

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Academic Policy

Work Permit Issued

Work Permit Restricted
or Denied
Work Permit Revoked

Review student’s current progress report

Review student’s current progress report

Review student’s current progress report

Student GPA is at a 2.0 or above

Student GPA is below a 2.0 on current posted grading period

Student GPA does not improve from the previous grading period

Work Permit Designee will issue student work permit

Student’s grades will be reviewed at the end of the current semester

Student work permit may be reinstated at the end of the current semester after review of student posted grades

Work Permit Designee will notify employer, student and parent/guardian that work permit has been restricted or denied

Counselor will receive notification of the Restricted or Denied Work Permit

Work Permit Designee will notify employer, student, parent/guardian and Dept. of Labor work permit has been revoked

Assistant Principal or Counselor will meet with student to notify him/her work permit has been restricted or denied.

 

Assistant Principal or Counselor will meet with student to notify him/her work permit has been denied

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAQ

GUHSD Frequently Asked Questions About Student Work Permits:

  • Do I need a work permit?
    Yes. If you are under 18 yrs of age you must have a work permit.

  • How do I know if I am eligible for a work permit?
    Minor student must be enrolled in school and meet attendance and academic standards. The school district may deny, restrict, or cancel a work permit.

  • Do I need a job first?
    Yes. When offered the job, then have employer complete Section 2 of Form B1-1. Parent or guardian also signs, then take to your school to get your actual work permit.

  • When can I start my job?
    You may begin work as soon as your official Work Permit (Form B1-4) has been presented to your employer.

  • How many hours may I work on school days?
    See form B1-1 (Intent to Employ Form) for details
    This depends on your age and the type of work permit you have been issued.

  • Do I need a Social Security Number?
    Yes. Before a minor can be employed s/he must have a SSN which must be printed on the both forms B1-1 and B1-4.

  • Where can I find a job?
    Friends, family, neighbors, school career center, newspapers

  • How long is the Work Permit valid?
    All student work permits expire when school starts each fall semester. Students must renew their work permits as soon as school starts. The work permit is good until the following fall semester for that job ONLY. If you get a different job or start to work for the same company but at a different location, you MUST get a new work permit. 

More FAQs from California Department of Education.