Immunizations at Schools

Students can get caught up on their required and recommended vaccines without ever needing to leave school. Clay County Public Health Center staff visit local schools to provide easy-to-access services to middle and high schoolers, with parent permission.

Spring 2023 Clinics

  • March 2: Excelsior Springs Middle & High School
  • March 14: Liberty Middle School
  • March 16: Kearney High School
  • March 28: Liberty High School
  • March 30: Discovery & South Valley Middle Schools
  • April 4: New Mark Middle School
  • April 6: North Kansas City High School
  • April 11: Staley High School
  • April 13: Maple Park Middle School & Winnetonka High School 
  • April 18: Northgate Middle School
  • April 20: Oak Park High School
  • April 25: Antioch Middle School
  • May 2: Liberty North High School
  • May 4: Smithville Middle & High School
  • May 9: Heritage Middle School
  • May 11: Kearney Middle School


Registration & Getting Vaccinated

Register your child using this form. Registration is due at least 1 week before the clinic takes place.

Clay County Public Health Center accepts and will bill most major insurance plans including Medicaid. For students that DO have any type of insurance coverage, please provide this information on the registration form. Failure to do so may result in a delay of scheduling the student for requested immunizations.

 Students without insurance, out-of-network insurance, or insurance that doesn’t pay for vaccines can also receive the vaccine at no cost during school immunization clinics. 

On the day of their clinic, students should eat breakfast or lunch and be well hydrated. 

A registered student may not be seen if they are not on campus during the hours of the clinic.

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