Maryland Learner’s Permit School Attendance Form
Section A of the Attendance Verification (aka DL-300) must be completed and signed by both the student and the parent before the school can complete its part. Please have your student give his or her signed form to the Student Services Assistant located in the Counseling Hallway. There is a 24 hour turnaround time for verification and completion. For specific details regarding the learner’s permit process, please visit the Maryland MVA page at this link http://www.mva.maryland.gov/drivers/apply/learners-permit.htm
Maryland Work Permit Application
During the 2014 session, the Maryland General Assembly passed House Bill 467 that modifies the requirements that must be met before a minor work permit can be issued. The new change requires the minor’s parent or guardian to certify the age on the minor work permit is correct rather than producing proof of age to an issuing officer (aka JCS). This change allows the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation to grant applicants (minors) the ability to download and print a work permit directly from the website.
From July 29, 2014, forward, please instruct minors seeking to apply for a work permit to complete the online application found at: https://www.dllr.state.md.us/childworkpermit/. Once the application is completed, the minor will be able to print the work permit. The work permit must then be signed by the minor, the minor’s parent (guardian), and the employer. Work permits are not valid unless signed by all parties.
Legal Custody Form
If parents are divorced, please submit the following to the School Counseling Office:
A certified copy of the decree bearing the case number, judge’s signature and court seal with pages referencing custody arrangement and school contacts.
It is the responsibility of parents to inform the Business office of any modifications during the student’s tenure at John Carroll. For questions or concerns, please contact Mary Opperhauser at email@example.com. Please complete the Legal Custody Form.
VIRTUS (formerly Shield the Vulnerable, STAND)
An Archdiocesan educational tool that brings volunteers to the current level of awareness in protecting our youth. Each individual learns to recognize signs of child abuse, when and where to report suspected abuse, and ensures the behavioral expectations defined in the Archdiocese’s Code of Conduct and Statement of Policy. Please read the full description of the VIRTUS Compliance System and view the instructions on how to register online for VIRTUS.