Student Vaccinations

Receiving the vaccine is voluntary. Please complete the interest survey to get on the verified master list that is shared with our providers for scheduling purposes.  You will be contacted with an appointment time.  Be sure to save the dates now!  Times will be emailed to you. 

HIDOE Vaccine for Students Interest survey:  Please sign up for a vaccine appointment at bit.ly/VaccineWHCA

  • Students (student ID recommended) and their Families
  • HIDOE Staff Employees (employee ID needed):
  • Community members (students will take priority)

Vaccination #, Location and Dates SAVE THESE DATES

200 @ Kohala High Tuesday May 25 and Tuesday June 15 Queens NHCH

200 @ Honokaa High Wednesday May 26 and Wednesday June 16   Queens NHCH

300 @ Kealakehe High Wednesday June 2 and Wednesday June 23   Safeway

300 @ Konawaena High Wednesday May 26 and Wednesday June 1 Safeway

150 @ Waikoloa School June 7 and June 28 KTA

The Pfizer vaccine will be administered in 2 doses 21 days apart.  You must come for both doses at the school location you request. If a parent cannot attend with their child, you must send the student with a signed consent form which will be sent to you once you sign up for an appointment.  

Each vaccination site will have its own method for registration for first and second doses. However, all sites are tracking who will need an invite for the second dose based on first dose administration. As the date for each dose draws closer, you should receive an email invite for the dose with instructions. Please do not share your link with others as the seat offered is only for you and your family. Be sure to carefully double check your entries for accuracy to ensure your responses and contact information are captured correctly.

You should receive your second dose from the same location where you received your first dose. If you don’t get an email invite at least five days prior to the 21-day mark for the second dose, contact Kelly.Stern@k12.hi.us

Mahalo for your continued help in our fight against this pandemic.

 

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