Superintendent John L. Colbert
Children ages 5-11 can get a COVID-19 vaccination at school during a series of clinics scheduled across the Fayetteville School District.
Superintendent John L. Colbert said students will get their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine during the week of Nov. 15-19, and the second dose will be given at clinics from Dec. 13-17. The events are in cooperation with Medical Arts Pharmacy.
To receive the vaccine, two forms must be turned in:
- Consent form: Download, print, and sign the consent form at this link.
- FERPA form: Students are also required to bring a FERPA consent form signed by a parent or guardian. It can be found at this link.
The list of clinic locations and dates for the first dose is provided below. Second-dose clinic dates will be announced soon, Colbert said.
First-dose clinics (Nov. 15-19)
Holcomb Elementary: Monday, Nov. 15
Root Elementary: Monday, Nov. 15
Vandergriff Elementary: Tuesday, Nov. 16
McNair Middle School: Tuesday, Nov. 16
Leverett Elementary: Wednesday, Nov. 17
Washington Elementary: Wednesday, Nov. 17
Holt Middle School: Wednesday, Nov. 17
Butterfield Trail Elementary: Thursday, Nov. 18
Fayetteville Virtual Academy: Thursday, Nov. 18
Happy Hollow Elementary: Thursday, Nov. 18
Asbell Elementary: Friday, Nov. 19
Owl Creek Elementary & Middle School: Friday, Nov. 19
Second-dose clinics (Dec. 13-17)
Dates and locations coming soon…
From the district:
Printed copies of both forms are also available in the school offices and will be sent home to you in folders next week. Parents, if available, please send a copy of your child’s health insurance information card (front and back) to vaccine clinics. Health insurance is NOT required to receive the vaccinations, and there is no charge to families for the vaccine. IF YOU COMPLETE THE FORMS IN THE SCHOOL FOLDER AND RETURN THEM TO THE SCHOOL BEFORE NOVEMBER 12, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COMPLETE THE FORMS LINKED HERE.