- How do I find out if school is delayed or cancelled?
- How do I get a work permit?
- How do I get documentation to apply for Drivers Permit/License?
- Do I need a permit to park my car on campus?
- How much does lunch cost?
- How do I report an absence or a planned vacation?
Youth Employment Permit Information
All teens under 18 years of age must complete a work permit application and get a work permit before starting a new job.
Work permits for North Andover residents between the ages of 14 and 18 may be obtained at the North Andover High School main office on 430 Osgood Street. Minors must provide the specific employer, work address, and job description in order to receive a permit. For more information and Main Office Hours to complete the permit, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Steps for Getting a Work Permit
- Download a work permit application or pick one up at the North Andover High School main office.
- Obtain a job offer from an employer.
- Ask the employer to complete the Promise of Employment section of the work permit application.
- For 14 and 15 year-olds only (16 and 17 year-olds may skip this step): Ask your doctor to complete the Physician’s Certificate of Health section of the work permit application.
- Both the minor and the parent/guardian must sign the form.
- Return the completed application to the North Andover High School main office.
For more information, see the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Youth Employment page.
Registry of Motor Vehicles Permit/License Documentation
Steps for Getting Documentation for a Driving Permit/License:
Students who need school documentation to obtain a driving permit or license may request a copy of a North Andover High School attendance verification letter from the Main Office, 430 Osgood Street, please email Patricia Roy at email@example.com or Meagan DiMario firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who need an official transcript may request a copy from the Guidance Office, 430 Osgood Street or by emailing Debbie Conti at email@example.com
Hello, NAHS Students and Families,
Rising Seniors and Juniors who currently have their driver's license may now register to purchase a parking permit for the 2021-22 school year. Please read the enclosed document for additional information, to access the Parking Registration Google Form, and to view the August dates that Assistant Principals will be at NAHS to collect all supplemental parking permit information and begin issuing permits. Thank you!
Reporting an Absence
Within 24 hours of an absence, the student/family is required to send to the Main Office a note of explanation from the parent/guardian containing the reason for the absence and the date(s)of the absence. Parents are expected to provide electronic communication by email to Mrs. DiMario or Mrs. Khalil in the main office. This communication will be required for a tardy student to be considered “excused.” This will help determine eligibility for making up missed class work, quizzes or tests. No student may participate in a school activity on a day he/she is listed as absent. Doctors’ notes WILL NOT be accepted more than 10 days from the date of absence.
A student who reports to school after 10:55 a.m. on an in-person day is considered absent for that day. Similarly, a student who is dismissed from school before 10:55 a.m. on an in-person day is counted as absent.
A student who is not present for at least three class blocks on a remote day is considered absent for that day.
No student may participate in a school based activity, including athletics on a day he/she is listed as absent.
In case of extended absences of three or more days, parents/guardians should contact their child’s Guidance Counselor to arrange for work.
Planned Absences and Vacations
North Andover High School students who take vacations or family trips that do not coincide with previously scheduled school vacation days will miss valuable class experiences that cannot be duplicated in any other way. Such planned absences are discouraged.
We understand, however, that there may be times when such absences are unavoidable. Students and parents need to recognize that, as excused absences, planned absences can imperil the student's academic status for courses that are missed. Students and staff are expected to adhere to the Massachusetts Travel Guidelines.
Please see the complete NAHS School Policies and Procedures Document.