COVID-19 Vaccines & Resources
The past several months have without a doubt been challenging for many, but we are hopeful for the future. We are encouraging vaccination and continuing to collaborate with healthcare and city leaders in order to support our students, participants, and their families to the best of our ability and in the safest manner possible.
Information on the COVID-19 vaccine and other resources are below.
Get Your Booster!
Get Your Booster!
Everyone over 18 years of age should get a booster shot, according to the CDC. Protection from Covid from the original round of vaccines wanes over time. As variants arise, your best protection is getting a booster. You can find more information at the link below. Stay healthy and safe this winter and get boosted!
How To Use a Self-Test
When To Use a Self-Test
Vaccine Clinic at School
Friday February 4th from 4:00 - 8:00 PM
Pfizer pediatric COVID-19 vaccines available for any child age 5-11. Accompanying family or household members may also receive first, second, or booster dose of their vaccine. Multiple brands will be available for people age 12+.
No entry without appropriate mask / face covering.
Social distancing is required upon entering the building.
Only those receiving vaccines and one adult per child will be admitted.
Must complete COVID-19 health screen upon arrival.
The conditions below must be met in order to pass the health screen:
- No COVID-19 symptoms in the proceeding 10 days
- No positive COVID-19 test result in the proceeding 14 days
- No contact in the past 14 days with someone with someone infectious with COVID-19.
- No international travel in the proceeding 14 days (unless negative test results were received from a COVID-19 test administered 5 days after returning from travel)
- No domestic travel in the proceeding 14 days (unless fully vaccinated prior to the start of travel or negative test results were received from a COVID-19 test administered 5 days after returning from travel)
- Must not be awaiting results of a COVID-19 test (aside from a routine surveillance test)