ICCSD announces COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Iowa City Community School District Superintendent Matt Degner alerted families via email on May 3 regarding information about vaccination clinics at all four high schools.

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Owen Aanestad

The Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine available for ages below 18 in the state of Iowa at the moment.

Owen Aanestad, Online Sports Editor and Yearbook Co-Sports Editor

As of April 5, the Iowa Department of Public Health and Gov. Kim Reynolds extended the eligibility of the COVID-19 vaccine to all Iowans 16 and above opening up the opportunity for many high school students across the district to be vaccinated.

In an email to parents on May 3, Iowa City Community School District (ICCSD) Superintendent Matt Degner announced the district’s partnership with the Johnston County Public Health (JCPH) in order to facilitate COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all current ICCSD students ages 16 and over. Vaccination clinics will be held on Friday, May 7 at all four ICCSD high schools.

The Pfizer vaccine administered by the University of Iowa Health Care team will be available at West High from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm on the backside of the building in temporary classrooms 5 and 6.

Click here to sign up for an appointment.

Click here for a copy of the consent form that needs to be completed and signed by a parent/guardian and brought to your appointment.