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COVID-19 Vaccines

 
Vaccine
 
COVID-19 Vaccines

Vaccination is a powerful tool to protect employees and students.  In 2021, the San Marino Unified School District partnered with Keck Medicine of USC to develop a COVID-19 vaccination plan for employees. All SMUSD employees are required to be vaccinated or be tested weekly. SMUSD students are also encouraged to be fully vaccinated. SMUSD continues to partner with Albertsons to host vaccination clinics.
 
As of January 25, 2022, and based on a self-attestation survey, 96% of SMUSD employees and 87% of SMUSD students are fully vaccinated. Approximately 82% of SMUSD elementary school students are fully vaccinated.
 
Booster Clinic for Ages 5+
On May 27, 2022, SMUSD hosted a Booster Clinic for ages 5+. If you missed our clinic, please find convenient locations at VaccinateLACounty.com or directly here.
 
Pfizer Booster Clinic for Ages 12+
On January 14, 2022, SMUSD offered the Pfizer Booster Dose for ages 12+ for all students, staff and volunteers. The Pfizer vaccines are now widely available. If you missed our clinic, please find convenient locations at VaccinateLACounty.com or directly here.
 
SMUSD COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for Ages 5-11
SMUSD partnered with Albertsons to offer convenient clinics on 11/12/21 (1st dose) and 12/3/21 (2nd dose) for ages 5-11 SMUSD students. For more information or to sign up for your child, please visit https://smusd.info/ages5-11clinics. Volunteers are needed and may sign up at https://smusd.info/ages5-11clinicvolunteer If you missed the SMUSD clinics, you can still find convenient locations to receive the vaccine via VaccinateLACounty.com or directly here.
 
Pfizer Booster Clinic for SMUSD Employees
On October 1, 2021, SMUSD partnered with Albertsons to provide the Pfizer 3rd dose or Booster shot to all SMUSD Employees at the Huntington Middle School Kenneth White Auditorium. Any employees who missed the 10/1/21 clinic can still receive the Booster shot at most pharmacies and healthcare providers on a walk-in or appointment basis. Please visit http://www.vaccinatelacounty.com and click "Find a Walk-In Pfizer Vaccination Site." There are many locations with convenient hours where you can simply walk in with or without an appointment to get the booster shot. 
 
School Workers to Vaccinate or Test Weekly
Per the State Health Order, all SMUSD workers, including volunteers, must provide proof of vaccination or test weekly. SMUSD Employees are to upload vaccination proof through the Helios system by October 15, 2021 (Instructions). Volunteers (or any “school worker”) must also provide proof of vaccination and may do so through the Privit system (instructions here). Unvaccinated employees or volunteers must test weekly and should register at http://smusd.info/test.
 
Vaccines are Now Widely Available to all Ages 5 and Up

If you are seeking vaccination, please schedule an appointment or find a walk-in vaccination clinic at http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/vaccine/hcwsignup/

 
 
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The SMUSD's COVID-19 vaccination plan included providing the Pfizer vaccine to all SMUSD teachers, staff, substitutes, and eligible educators among neighboring private schools, the San Marino Chinese School, and Right At School programs. The second Pfizer shot was administered March 26-27, 2021. If you have any questions or need more information, please visit KeckMedicine.org/coronavirus-vaccine.

Albertsons

The San Marino Unified School District also partnered with Albertsons to offer the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine to SMUSD students (ages 12 and up), families and staff on May 28 and June 18 at the Barth Athletics Complex at Huntington Middle School. SMUSD also offered a vaccine clinic to children ages 5-11 on November 12 and December 3. 

 

 

 
Got the Vaccine? You should still wear a mask!

Got the vaccine? You should still wear a mask!

Even after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, it’s important to continue to wear masks and follow other safety protocols. Listen as Dr. Renuga Vivekanandan, an infectious disease physician at CHI Health Creighton University, explains why.

Posted by Creighton University on Friday, March 5, 2021
 
 
Missed Our Clinics? Other Vaccination Options