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Work Permits

If you have or are a working student, you must obtain a new work permit from your school. Students who had work permits during last school year and this summer, must also renew their permits as all Work Permits expire on August 12, 2020.

 

Please check your Outlook e-mail for detailed information, with the appropriate forms attached. If you did not receive an email, please contact the school to be connected to the Work Experience Coordinator for further information.  You can also email your request to Julie.thams@cjuhsd.net

 

In order to ensure students are working in a safe environment, including the new COVID-19 guidelines, each student, parent and employer will be asked to sign the Work Experience agreement and have the employer complete a short questionnaire, prior to the issuance of a new work permit. This will allow the school site to enroll students in the Work Experience Program, if necessary or wanted.  Students enrolled in the WE program earn credits for working and attending 1 class session per week. Students enrolled in Work Experience may also work more hours per day and week.

 

Alta Loma High School will accept work permit applications Monday-Friday from 7:30 to 3:30. You must check in at the front desk.

 

Thank you!

 

Elizabeth Skiles

Assistant Principal of Achievement

elizabeth.skiles@cjuhsd.net