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High School Office Closed for Summer
If you need a work permit filled out, visit the District Office (Hilltop) open Monday-Friday between 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
You must have the top two sections filled out prior to the school completing the documentation.
Work permits are required for youth (minors) working in most employment positions. The employer must have a completed work permit form on file before a minor begins work.A work permit may be issued by the school the minor attends, the school district where the minor resides, or the district where the minor will be employed. The applicant is responsible for obtaining and submitting a work permit prior to start date of employment.
Work permits are also available for pick up in the brochure wall hanger outside the high school main office door.
Steps to filling out a Work Permit
- Applicant fills out Section I
- Applicant must bring the work permit to potential employer, and have them complete Section II
- Applicant must bring the form (after steps 1 & 2 are completed) to the high school* during business hours to have Section III completed
- Applicant must return the completed original form to the employer before beginning work
*During the school breaks, forms may be completed by visiting the district office in the Hilltop Administration Building.
Career Pathways (CP)
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 12,000 career options to consider. One option to assist students to maintain a career focus is through Career Pathways (CP). CP are six broad groupings of careers that have similar characteristics and whose requirements call for many common interests, strengths, and competencies. The groupings encompass the entire spectrum of career options, providing opportunities for all students and all ability levels regardless of educational requirements.
The Career Pathway program provides a framework of support and connections for students to help them make seamless transitions from high school to post-secondary education or training in preparation for successful careers in the changing work world.
Naviance is a college and career readiness platform that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals.
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- College Research
- Scholarship Information
- Career Exploration
- Scheduling to-do-list
- and more!
All students have access. Use your Powerschool username/password to log in.
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