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Work Permits & Driver's Education

Guidelines and Applications for Work Permits

Got a job? Congratulations! You have been hired, now what?

Come to the front office or download the Workers Permit Application below. Take this application to your employer to fill out information showing compliance with the California Labor laws as well as the worker's compensation laws. Your parent/legal guardian must also sign to show consent.

 

In order to obtain a work permit, a student must have a 2.0 with no F's and have good attendance and discipline. Serrano wants our students to work, therefore, we have a probationary permit allowing time for you fix any issue you may have. You are allowed one probation permit a year. 

 

For more information, read the General guidelines.

 

Workers Permit Application

 

Please see Stephanie Schrum 760-868-5817 ext. 10394 for more details.

Independent Driver Education

Driver Education is being offered to students in the 10th grade as an independent study course. Independent Driver Education is optional and is not a graduation requirement. The student will meet with me once a week during a 7th period for five weeks in room 810 from 2-2:30 every Friday. Each student will be required to do homework and take a test. Upon Satisfactory completion of the course requirement, students will receive a DMV Certificate of completion signed by the teacher that will authorize them to take the written test administered by the DMV. Completion of the behind-the wheel training is the responsibility of the student. Students will receive a Pass or Fail grade. 2 ½ elective credits are earned for completing the course. Registration will be based on the student’s birthday. If you are a newly registered 10th grader or already 16, go to Room 810 during your lunch or my office which is located in the Boys Freshman Physical Education locker room as soon as possible to speak with Coach Maholchic concerning your enrollment.

 

Group

Start Date

Ending Date

Birth Dates

Group 1

August 18th

September 15th  

9/1/2001-12/27/2001

Group 2

September 22nd 

October 20th  

12/28/2001-3/9/2002

Group 3

October 27th 

November 24th   

3/10/2002-5/6/2002

Group 4

January 12th

February 9th

5/7/2002-7/4/2002

Group 5

February 16th

March 16th

7/5/2002-9/4/2002

Group 6

March 23rd

April 20th  

9/5/2002-12/24/2002

 

 

Independent Driver Education will meet in Room 810

There are two ways in which you will be notified about which group you are in:

  1. Your Physical Education teacher will inform you
  2. The reading of the daily bulletin during 2nd period

 

Thank you,

Casey Maholchic - casey_maholchic@snowlineschools.com

Independent Driver Education Instructor