Sonoma County Office of Education

Vaccine Clinics for High School Students and Families Scheduled for Saturday, May 8 and Wednesday, May 12

Clínicas de vacunación para estudiantes de secundaria y familias programadas para el sábado 8 de mayo y el miércoles 12 de mayo: Haga clic aquí para leer en español

Two COVID-19 vaccine clinics for Sonoma County students age 16 and older, as well as their families, will be offered on Saturday, May 8 and Wednesday, May 12.

Both clinics will administer the Pfizer vaccine, which is authorized for individuals age 16 and older.

The clinics are designed to make the vaccination process as easy as possible for busy families. Students and their families can come be vaccinated together. Registrations are encouraged and will be prioritized, but walk-ons are also welcome. Individuals with photo ID are encouraged to bring them, but nobody will be turned away for lack of photo identification. Students under age 18 need parental consent. If a parent/guardian is unable to attend they can provide written consent for vaccination for their child. This form can be accessed and printed when registering online.

Clinic Details - How to Sign Up

Elsie Allen High School Gymnasium

Saturday, May 8, 2:00pm-6:00pm
Sign up for an appointment

Sonoma Valley High School Gymnasium

Wednesday, May 12, 3:00-7:00pm
Sign up for an appointment

What to Know

  • Anyone age 16+ is eligible
  • Spanish translators will be available
  • Please bring photo ID with date of birth as well as medical and prescription insurance card (if insured). However, nobody will be turned away for lack of ID
  • Students under age 18 need parental consent. If a parent/guardian is unable to attend they can provide written consent for vaccination for their child. The forms are available when registering online.
  • Wear a short-sleeved shirt if possible.
  • Information on the vaccine and its safety is available here.
  • View and download a flyer about the vaccination clinics: English | Spanish 
  • Learn more about the vaccine and other locations to be vaccinated at socoemergency.org/vaccine.

Benefits of Being Vaccinated

Benefits to students of being vaccinated - English

Benefits to students of being vaccinated - Spanish


Lost Vaccine Cards for Staff Vaccinated Through SCOE

If you are a school employee or childcare provider who was vaccinated through SCOE's clinic at Rancho Cotate High School and you have lost or misplaced your vaccine card, SCOE can reissue you a new card. Please email msmith@scoe.org to request the new card, providing your first and last name, date of vaccination, school/district, and contact information. Please note: If you were not vaccinated at the SCOE clinic hosted at Rancho Cotate High School, SCOE did not administer your vaccine and will not be able to re-issue a card. If you were vaccinated by Safeway at the clinic hosted at SCOE's Skylane Boulevard clinic, please contact Safeway.

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