Don’t miss out! Here’s how to make sure your student gets the free flu vaccine during school:
All students in Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through 5th grades at participating schools, including up to 8th grade in TK–8 schools, can get the flu vaccine for free—with or without insurance.Print Consent Form
Flu germs start spreading a day before the first sniffle.
Nurses or supervised nursing students will give the flu vaccine to all students with completed consent forms. The vaccine is a good way to protect against flu germs—plus, it’s:
The nasal spray vaccine (FluMist) did not work as well as the flu shot in protecting against the flu last season. Based on new data, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that FluMist not be used this fall. Learn more from the CDC.
A single cough can spread flu germs 6 feet.
It's the best defense we’ve got against the flu.
Cough & sneeze into your elbow to help stop the spread of flu.
It’s easy to find out if your student’s school will offer free flu vaccines this season. Check out the list.
Looking to volunteer? Thank you! On Vaccine Days, we need parent volunteers to help bring students to and from class, set up the nurses’ stations, and keep all the students smiling. Please view the list of participating schools, and contact your student’s school for more information.