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Work Permits

Work permits may be issued to an Albuquerque Public School student, ages fourteen (14) or fifteen (15), at the school site by an issuing officer designated by the school principal.  Students aged sixteen (16) and above are not required to obtain a work permit to hold employment.  During summer breaks, a work permit may be issued by personnel at the Student, School and Community Service Center or can also be obtained at the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions.

Regulations governing the issuance of student work permits shall be sent to the schools prior to the beginning of the school year by the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, Child Labor Section.  Questions regarding the issuance process may also be directed to the New Mexico Child Labor Section specialist.

Administrative Position:   

  • Assistant Superintendent for School and Community Support

Department Director:   

  • Director of Student, School and Community Service Center

References

Legal Cross Ref.:

Board Policy Cross Ref.: 

  • JI – Student Responsiblities

Procedural Directive Cross Ref.:   

Forms:

NSBA/NEPN Classification: JOA

Revised: May 1995
Revised: April 1996
Revised: June 1997
Revised: November 2009
Reviewed: September 24, 2010
Reviewed: October 11, 2010
Revised: October 15, 2010

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