Ann Arbor Public Schools hosting COVID vaccine clinics for students ages 5-18

A child receives a vaccine.

ANN ARBOR – Ann Arbor Public Schools will kick off a campaign on Tuesday to vaccinate students ages 5-18 years of age and their family members against COVID-19.

Hosted by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the AAPS vaccination clinics will take place in the school cafeterias of Pioneer and Huron high schools on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-7 p.m.

The clinics open on Nov. 16 and end on Dec. 2. Each clinic will have approximately 300 vaccines and appointments are required.

For students 17 years old or younger receiving the vaccine, a parent or guardian must be present.

Here are the following days of operation for the Huron and Pioneer clinics:

  • Tues., Nov. 16
  • Thurs., Nov. 18
  • Tues., Nov. 23
  • Thurs., Nov. 25 - Thanksgiving Break
  • Tues., Nov. 30
  • Thurs., Dec. 2

To sign up for an appointment, click here.

Each parent or guardian must present a permission form at the clinic. They can be downloaded and printed out ahead of time, or can be filled out upon arrival.

Below are permission forms in several languages:

Students will be assigned to a clinic based on the school they attend. Below is a list of schools designated per clinic:

Pioneer Clinic
  • A2 Virtual Programs
  • Abbot
  • Allen
  • Bach
  • Bryant
  • Dicken
  • Eberwhite
  • Haisley
  • Lakewood
  • Lawton
  • Pattengill
  • Wines
  • Forsythe
  • Slauson
  • Pioneer
  • Pathways
Huron Clinic
  • Angell
  • Burns Park
  • Carpenter
  • King
  • Logan
  • Mitchell
  • Pittsfield
  • Thurston
  • Clague
  • Scarlett
  • Tappan
  • AA Open
  • A2 STEAM
  • Skyline
  • Huron
  • Community

AAPS reminds its community members that vaccines are also widely available through the Washtenaw County Health Department, at doctors offices and local pharmacies.

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About the Author:

Meredith has worked for WDIV since August 2017 and was voted one of Washtenaw County's best journalists in 2019 by eCurrent's readers. She covers the community of Ann Arbor and has a Master's degree in International Broadcast Journalism from City University London, UK.