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Work Permits

​​​​​​​​​​Procedures for Obtaining and Issuin​g a Work Permit During School Closure​

Once a student has been offered a job, the student downloads and prints a work permit application:  B1-1, “Statement of Intent to Employ Minor and Request for Work Permit" from their high school website, the District's Career Readiness website or internet. 

Directions to Complete the B1-1 Work Permit Form BEFORE submitting for processing at office.

  1. Student must completely fill out the B1-1 section, using black or blue ink.
  2. Student must request that the employer completely fill out the employer section. The “Description of Work" must be detailed and complete. Student must obtain employer signature prior to school site/district verification and the two signatures (student and employer) must be within seven (7) days of each other.
  3. Student must obtain parent/guardian approval with signature.
  4. Student emails the completed B1-1 form to the McLane High School Job Developer at
  5. Student will receive the copy of the work permit for students to sign electronically and the sends it back to the Job Developer for the final signature from an authorize authority administrator.
  6. The final copy of the work permit will be sent back to the student.
  7. The student is responsible for submitting the final work permit to the employer.​


Per California Labor Law, students cannot work during school hours.​

Per AB 908, schools cannot deny a work permit for grades, GPA, or school attendance if school has been physically closed for an extended time due to natural disaster, pandemic or other emergency


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