Work permits are issued from the Mashpee Middle/High School Guidance Office. They can also be obtained at the Superintendent's Office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
How to obtain a work permit
To obtain a work permit, you must first fill out a Promise of Employment form. (You must be a minimum of 14, and a maximun of 17 years old). You can download the Promise of Employment form below. Once the information has been filled out and signed off by all parties- employer, parent/guardian, and physician (if 14 or 15 years old) , the applicant must bring the completed form back and the actual work permit will be issued. The applicant must be present when the work permit is issued, as they must sign it in the presence of the issuing agent.
All students, regardless of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness, have equal access to the general education program and to the full range of co-curricular/enrichment/sports programs offered by the Mashpee Public Schools.
Thanks to High School science teacher, Thomas Hoppensteadt, Mashpee High School is now a proud participant in the WeatherBug Weather Station program! The weather station and associated HD field camera located at Mashpee High School are now fully operational. This system includes a cloud to ground lightning early warning system that will be implemented in the near future. It will alert our fields and school whenever cloud to ground lightning is within a 10 or 15 mile radius of our location. When activated, the system sets off a loud 15-second horn blast audible from anywhere on our grounds followed by a bright strobe light. Once the lightning danger has passed, the horn will give 3 5-second blasts and the strobe will turn off. It's a great addition for the safety and security of the Mashpee community.