JCPS will hold a 2-day vaccination clinic for children 5 and older: How to register

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JCPS will hold a 2-day vaccination clinic for children 5 and older: How to register

Kentucky’s largest school district will hold a two-day vaccination clinic through two dozen schools to vaccinate students ages 5 and up.Jefferson County Public Schools announced Thursday that free clinics will be held in 24 schools on Nov. 13-14. This comes days after the Centers for Disease Control recommended the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5-11. That is the only one that will be offered.While school officials said the clinics will focus on the new approved age class, all eligible students will be available to receive the vaccination during the clinics. Eligible family members and staff will also be able to receive acceleration shots from Pfizer. The clinics that will be administered by SphereDX will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. both days at all locations. The second round of shots will be available on December 4-5.Families can register for the vaccine clinic on the JCPS website. A limited number of entrants will be adjusted according to the space allowed. Below is a full list of the participating schools: Academy @ Shawnee: 4001 Herman St Louisville, KY 40212Carter Traditional Elementary: 3600 Bohne Avenue Louisville, KY 40211Center High School: 1130 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40203Easternville, KY 40203She1240 Old School, Louisville, K 40243Fairdale High School: 1001 Fairdale Rd Louisville, KY 40118Grace James Academy: 1615 W. Broadway Louisville, KY 40203Greenwood Elementary: 5801 Greenwood Road Louisville, KY 40258Iroquois KY 40258Elementa Louisville, KY 40258 Boulevard, KYJacob, K15 Wheat School 40 : 9600 Old Six Mile Lane, Louisville, KY 40299Kammerer Middle School: 7315 Wesboro Rd Louisville, KY 40222Men’s High School: 4409 Preston Highway, Louisville, KY 4012903 Preparatory Academy St. 40208Meyzeek Middle School: 828 S. Jackson Street Louisville, KY 40203Marion C. Moore School: 6415 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40228Newburg Middl and School: 4901 Exeter Ave, Louisville, KY 40218Newcomer Academy: 3741 Pulliam Drive, Louisville, KY 40218Ramsey Middle : 6409 Gellhaus Lane, Louisville, KY 40299Seneca High School: 3510 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, Louisville Traditional Academy, St. Louis. Louisville, KY 40217South High School: 8620 Preston Hwy Louisville, KY 40219Valley High School: 10200 Dixie Highway, Louisville KY 40272Waggener High School: 330 S. Hubbards Lane, Louisville, KY 40200 Louisville, KY 40200 Highway, Louisville, KY 402020202020282020 students in JCPS are newly eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. More than 48,200 children are in the 5-11 age group in the district.More about childhood vaccinesFor 5 to 11 year olds, the dose of Pfizer is a third of the size given to adults and children 12 and older. This means that some symptoms would probably be milder. Doctors say it is effective, safe and practical for many families. The vaccine does not change DNA or affect fertility, experts say.

Kentucky’s largest school district will hold a two-day vaccination clinic across two dozen schools to vaccinate students ages 5 and older.

Jefferson County Public Schools announced Thursday that free clinics will be held in 24 schools on Nov. 13-14.

This comes days after the Centers for Disease Control recommended the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5-11. That is the only one that will be offered.

While school officials said the clinics will focus on the new approved age class, all eligible students will be available to receive the vaccination during the clinics.

Eligible family members and staff will also be able to receive acceleration shots from Pfizer.

The clinics that will be administered by SphereDX will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. both days at all locations.

The second round of shots will be available on December 4-5.

Families can register for the vaccine clinic on the JCPS website. A limited number of entrants will be adjusted according to the space allowed.

Below is a full list of the participating schools:

  • Academy @ Shoni: 4001 Herman St Louisville, KY 40212
  • Carter Traditional Element: 3600 Bohne Avenue Louisville, KY 40211
  • Central Institute: 1130 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40203
  • Eastern Institute: 12400 Old Shelbyville Rd, Louisville, KY 40243
  • Fairdale Institute: 1001 Fairdale Rd Louisville, KY 40118
  • Grace James Academy: 1615 W. Broadway Louisville, KY 40203
  • Greenwood Elementary: 5801 Greenwood Road Louisville, KY 40258
  • Iroquois Institute: 4615 Taylor Boulevard, Louisville, KY 40215
  • Jacob Elementary: 3701 E. Wheatmore Drive 40215
  • Jeffersontown High School: 9600 Old Six Mile Lane, Louisville, KY 40299
  • Kammerer Institute: 7315 Wesboro Rd Louisville, KY 40222
  • Men’s Institute: 4409 Preston Highway, Louisville, KY 40213
  • McFerran Preparatory Academy: 1900 S. Seventh St, Louisville, KY 40208
  • Meyzeek Institute: 828 S. Jackson Street Louisville, KY 40203
  • Marion C. Moore School: 6415 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40228
  • Newburg Institute: 4901 Exeter Ave, Louisville, KY 40218
  • Rookie Academy: 3741 Pulliam Drive, Louisville, KY 40218
  • Ramsey Institute: 6409 Gellhaus Lane, Louisville, KY 40299
  • Seneca Institute: 3510 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, KY 40220
  • Shelby Traditional Academy: 735 Ziegler St, Louisville, KY 40217
  • Southern Institute: 8620 Preston Hwy Louisville, KY 40219
  • Valley Institute: 10200 Dixie Highway, Louisville KY 40272
  • Waggener Institute: 330 S. Hubbards Lane, Louisville, KY 40207
  • Western Institute: 2501 Rockford Lane Louisville, KY 40218

Just over half of the students at JCPS are newly eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. More than 48,200 children are in the 5-11 age group in the district.

More on childhood vaccines

For 5 to 11-year-olds, the dose of Pfizer is a third of the size given to adults and children 12 and older. This means that some symptoms would probably be milder.

Doctors say it is effective, safe and practical for many families.

The vaccine does not change DNA or affect fertility, experts say.

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