COVID Vaccination Clinics / Clinicas de Vacunacion


COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic scheduled for this upcoming Friday, May 13 from 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  

Our community COVID vaccine clinics are open to students, their families, school and district staff (including their families) and anyone in the surrounding community.  All are welcome and no appointment is needed.


St. John's provides the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines as well as boosters.  Children 5 and older may receive the Pfizer vaccine.  Those 12 and older can receive the Pfizer booster 5 months after their 2nd dose of Pfizer.  Moderna boosters are only available for adults.

Those requesting a booster will need to bring their vaccination card or a digital copy. 

All minor students must have a signed and completed Minor Consent Form as well as St. John's Health Questionnaire (including those receiving their second dose or the booster).  These forms are attached in English and Spanish should you wish to share in advance with families and staff.  They will also be available the day of the clinic. 


Minors between the ages of 5-15, must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian or responsible adult (as designated on their completed Minor Consent form ).  Minors who are 16-17 years of age can be vaccinated without the parent/legal guardian present with their signed Minor Consent form.  


If a parent or legal guardian cannot take their child to get vaccinated, they can grant permission for their child to be accompanied by a responsible adult.  There is a place on the minor consent form for them write the name of the responsible adult.  The responsible adult will need to accompany the child to the vaccine clinic and bring a photo ID for St. John's to verify their identity. 



The FDA and the CDC  approved a 2nd  booster for any patient that is 50 years old and four months after their 1st  booster  or with certain kinds of immunocompromise at least 4 months after receipt of a first booster dose of any authorized or approved COVID-19 vaccine. If patients request a different booster, St. John's can mix and match vaccines.

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