AAPS COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics


  • Nurse giving shot to boyThese are the two things you need to do:

    1.PLEASE print the PERMISSION FORM for each student and bring a hard copy with you. Include the student's weight.

    2. REGISTER https://bit.ly/aapscovidvac your student for an hour time slot.

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools is pleased to offer COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics to AAPS students ages 5-18 years old and their family members, as approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

    AAPS vaccination clinics, hosted by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), are just one of many ways for students to receive the vaccine. The Washtenaw County Health Department, pediatricians’/doctors’ offices, and local pharmacies also will have vaccines available for students.

    The AAPS/MDHHS clinics will have approximately 300 vaccines per clinic. We are asking you to attend the clinic based on your student’s school. A list of school communities and their preferred clinic location is available below. 

    A parent or guardian must accompany students 17 years of age and younger.

    AAPS will offer clinics from 4-7 pm on Tuesday at Pioneer and Thursday at Huron in the school cafeterias. See the schedule below. Please note that the MDHHS vendor offers vaccines on a first come, first served basis. AAPS staff has a process at each school for entering and exiting as quickly as possible, and we ask for your patience during the clinic times. 

    After the initial clinic offerings, we will work with the vendor on a set of clinic dates and locations for December.

    AAPS is pleased to offer this next step in the AAPS Coronavirus support and response plan. 

    Jenna Bacolor, District Lead, COVID Protocols and Testing 
    Liz Margolis, Executive Director, Student & School Safety
  • Please follow these steps:

    1. Register each student at this link https://bit.ly/aapscovidvac.
      You will select an hour during the clinic time.
    2. Download, print, and sign consent form and bring it with you to the clinic.
      Paper consent forms will be available at the clinics.
  • Pioneer Clinics

    A2 Virtual Programs, Abbot, Allen, Bach, Bryant, Dicken, Eberwhite, Haisley, Lakewood, Lawton, Pattengill, Wines, Forsythe, Slauson, Pioneer, Pathways

  • Huron Clinics

    Angell, Burns Park, Carpenter, King, Logan, Mitchell, Pittsfield, Thurston, Clague, Scarlett, Tappan, AA Open, A2 STEAM, Skyline, Huron, Community


RAHS Vaccine Clinics

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