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Principal Dan Park
1717 Sylvan Avenue
Modesto, CA 95355
Hours: 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
209.574.1647

Work Experience Specialist

Kristy White
[email protected]
492-5135

Please call Kristy White for more information at 492-5135 

BEYER HIGH SCHOOL WORK PERMIT INSTRUCTIONS FOR 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR.  

(This includes all MVA students whose home school is Beyer High School)  

There are 2 kinds of permits.  A regular permit or a work permit given to Junior or Senior students who want to enroll in Work Experience for elective/Practical Art credit.  There are advantages for being in Work Experience but there are class requirements as well.  A brief description is below.  Any questions, email Mrs. White at [email protected] or call at 209 492 5135.

REGULAR PERMIT INSTRUCTIONS  (WORK EXPERIENCE INSTRUCTIONS ARE BELOW)  

  1. Print out the work permit application form (B1-1). Click Here
  2. Put your ID number in the top right hand corner. 
  3. Fill out the top section - Minor’s Information.  Make sure your phone number is correct in case I have to contact you and you provide your Social Security Number.  A work permit cannot be created without it.  This form will always be in a secure place once you send it to me.  
  4. Take the form to your employer.  Have the employer complete, sign and date the section – To be filled in and signed by the employer.
  5. Have a parent/legal guardian print their name, sign and date the section – To be filled and signed by parent or legal guardian.  
  6. If you have it printed and don’t know how to scan it, you can use CamScanner, Genius Scan or any other scanner from your app store on your phone.  Do not take a picture of it as it’s often too hard to read.  Make sure it is legible before you send it to me.
  7. Email the completed form to your OWN personal school email account first so I have your email address and I know who it is coming from.  This will speed up processing and ensure I know who I am emailing since there is secured information on it such as your Social Security Number.  
  8. Forward it to [email protected]
  9. A work permit will be processed, signed and emailed to you.
  10. Print, sign and date the work permit.
  11. Give the work permit to your employer.

WORK EXPERIENCE INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Print out the work permit application form (B1-1). Click Here
  2. Print out the MCS Training agreement.  Click Here
  3. Put your ID number in the top right hand corner of both forms. 
  4. Fill out the top section of the B1-1 - Minor’s Information.  Make sure to provide your Social Security Number.  A work permit cannot be created without it.  This form will always be in a secure place once you send it to me.  
  5. Take the form to your employer on the B1-1.  Have the employer complete, sign and date the section – To be filled in and signed by the employer.
  6. Have a parent/legal guardian print their name, sign and date the section on the B1-1. To be filled and signed by parent or legal guardian.  
  7. Have your employer sign, parent or guardian sign and you sign the Training Agreement.  
  8. If you have it printed and don’t know how to scan it, you can use CamScanner, Genius Scan or any other scanner from your app store on your phone.  Do not take a picture of it as it’s often too hard to read.  Make sure it is legible before you send it to me.
  9. Email the completed forms in one email to your OWN personal school email account first so I have your email address and I know who it is coming from.  This will speed up processing and ensure I know who I am emailing since there is secured information on it such as your Social Security Number.  
  10.  Forward it to [email protected]
  11. A work permit will be processed, signed and emailed or to you.
  12. Print, sign and date the work permit.
  13. Give the work permit to your employer.

The following paperwork is only required if requested by me:

Request for waiving on-track to graduation requirements  Page 1

Request for waiving on-track to graduation requirements  Page 2

Application to work Past 10PM.  Click Here