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For middle school clinics: ages 11-14 and high school clinics: ages 16-18.
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Registered nurses on staff with Clay County Public Health Center are trained and qualified to safely vaccinate students.
No. For clinics during the regular school year, students are able to get vaccinated at their school during the school day, with parent permission through the registration form. School nurses oversee these clinics.
This program is at no cost to the school, students, or families. If a student is enrolled in Medicaid or has private insurance, insurance will be billed. Students without insurance (or insurance that doesn’t pay for vaccines) can also receive vaccines for free.
This program is a great opportunity to avoid the administration fees that apply when getting vaccinated at the CCPHC building!
Required and recommended vaccines for your student’s age group.
Not at this time. To get any dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, please reference our list of local options.
COVID vaccines are now available for anyone 6 months and older. Learn more.
Yes. Your child will not receive any vaccinations at school until the registration and consent form is completed and submitted.
Only a custodial parent may provide consent. If another guardian is providing consent, guardian paperwork is required. Guardianship paperwork may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 816-595-4390.
If you have questions about the school vaccination program, please contact your school nurse or the Clay County Public Health Center Immunizations program staff at 816-595-4355.
For questions about vaccines (safety, effectiveness, etc.), please speak with your child's doctor. You can also get information from trustworthy sources like CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children’s Mercy.