FREE COVID Vaccine and School Immunizations Offered at SVSD Clinics
Sign up now for NEXT WEEK! Last call for clinics on September 7, 8, 9.
In partnership with Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, we are thrilled to announce that vital vaccines for Snoqualmie Valley students will be offered free of charge at upcoming vaccine clinics at our middle schools. Staff, families members and community neighbors are also welcome. The clinics to offer COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine for ages 12+ and other back-to-school immunizations for ages 11+. Sign up now for appointments September 7-9.
To schedule a school clinic appointment for your student or other family member, please complete thisonline registration survey for each participant, and sign and bring a consent form (see below). Please register by 2:30 p.m. the day before the clinic date you choose (so the hospital can plan for and thaw the appropriate quantity of vaccine to bring).
IMPORTANT: The Hospital requires each participant to bring a signed consent form for each vaccine requested, and a copy of ID for the adult (self) or guardian providing consent (under 18). Please complete and bring the following:
COVID-19 vaccines are free for everyone 12 years and older, and no insurance is required. Other childhood vaccines will be offered free of charge for Snoqualmie Valley students as well. If you are not a student and want one of the non-COVID vaccines, please provide insurance information on the general consent form. See details here.
OR --- Another option to get free COVID vaccinations is to visit the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital's drive-through service, open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Click here for details and directions (scroll to the bottom for map): SVH Vaccine webpage.
Good News! According to the Washington State Department of Health, vaccinated people (without symptoms who may be exposed) will not have to quarantine.
Please consider this opportunity for your students to help keep them healthy and able to stay in class, during the upcoming school year.
Vaccine clinic hosted at Twin Falls Middle School in June 2021.