CMIT South

Chesapeake Math & IT South

Testimonials from Our Parents

Sonia P. Brown

Overall my daughter is happy and I think she is receiving a good educational experience. She appears to be growing in her independence and technical skills. I believe CMIT-South has her on the road to college. I would like to see more consideration for school life balance as it relates to the volume of homework.
2015-12-04T16:41:58+00:00
Overall my daughter is happy and I think she is receiving a good educational experience. She appears to be growing in her independence and technical skills. I believe CMIT-South has her on the road to college. I would like to see more consideration for school life balance as it relates to the volume of homework.

Heather Elizabeth Kafele

My daughter is receiving instruction with the rigor necessary for her to compete on a global level in the future.
2015-12-04T16:42:34+00:00
My daughter is receiving instruction with the rigor necessary for her to compete on a global level in the future.

Audra Dominique Unthank

We want to re-enroll our son because of the opportunities offered by CMIT. We love that the school is preparing our son for life and college. I would like to see the way grades are updated and would like to be informed about low grades before the week grades are to be posted.
2015-12-04T16:22:44+00:00
We want to re-enroll our son because of the opportunities offered by CMIT. We love that the school is preparing our son for life and college. I would like to see the way grades are updated and would like to be informed about low grades before the week grades are to be posted.

Lafayette & Natalie Melton

So far we have been pleased with the academic rigor of the program. We are interested in seeing Jalen continue to be challenged and developed as an academic scholar and believe that that can be accomplished at CMIT.
2015-12-04T16:32:51+00:00
So far we have been pleased with the academic rigor of the program. We are interested in seeing Jalen continue to be challenged and developed as an academic scholar and believe that that can be accomplished at CMIT.

KaTina Lacey

I think the school challenges my son and is making him stretch and grow before he gets to high school to prepare him for college. I like the tutoring that is being offered and the accessibility of the staff and administration.
2015-12-04T17:11:20+00:00
I think the school challenges my son and is making him stretch and grow before he gets to high school to prepare him for college. I like the tutoring that is being offered and the accessibility of the staff and administration.

Work Permit

 

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Work Permit for Minors (Age 14-17) 

 

Minors must be offered employment before applying for a work permit.

Work permits are not valid unless signed by the minor, the minor’s parents or legal guardian, and the minor’s employer.

Please fill out the online application for work permit.

 

Application Directions

  • Complete all required information.
  • Print work permit.
  • The minor, a parent/legal guardian, and the employer sign the permit
  • Once complete, the employer must keep a copy on file for three (3) years.

Minor Work Permit: Information you need to know

  • Work permits are required for all minors under the age of 18 to work in the State of Maryland.
  • Work permits are not issued to minors under the age of 14. (Unless the child is a model, performer or entertainer with a special permit(Word). Special permits are issued only by the Commissioner’s Office.)
  • Work permits are issued by the Division of Labor and Industry.
  • Work permits are not issued until the minor has been offered a job.
  • If the minor changes jobs, a new work permit must be obtained.
  • Employers are strongly encouraged to keep work permits on file for three years.

Minors 14 and 15 years of age may not be employed or permitted to:

  • Work more than 4 hours on any day or more than 23 hours in any week when school is in session.
  • Work more than 8 hours a day on any day or more than 40 hours in any week when school is not in session.
  • Work before 7:00 a.m. or after 8:00 p.m. (minors may work until 9:00 p.m. from Memorial Day to Labor Day).
  • Work more than 5 consecutive hours without a non-working period of at least 30 minutes.

Minors 16 and 17 years of age:

  • May not spend more than 12 hours in a combination of school hours and work hours each day.
  • Must be allowed at least 8 consecutive hours of non-work, non-school time in each 24 hour period.
  • May not be permitted to work more than 5 consecutive hours without a non-working period of at least 30 minutes.

 

 

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