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April 22, 2021 | COVID-19 Vaccinations Available To Students

The following email was sent to all Westside High School students and families on April 21, 2021. If you did not receive it, please email principal Jay Opperman at opperman.jay@westside66.net.

 

Westside Students and Parents/Guardians,

Westside High School will be hosting a vaccination clinic on Saturday, May 1st and Saturday, May 22nd for students 16 and older and Westside family members. People registering and participating in the vaccination clinic will receive the Pfizer vaccine. The first dose will be received on May 1st and the second dose on May 22nd. To be fully vaccinated you must receive both doses. Parents and students, please communicate regarding who is registering so a student is only registered one time for May 1st. 

If you would like to receive your COVID-19 vaccination at Westside High School on these dates, please use the registration link below. 

  • Times will be available between 10 am-2 pm on each day. 
  • Participants will enter on the east side of the school through the main entrance. 
  • Come at your scheduled appointment time. 
  • Parent/guardian will need to be present with your student. 
  • Wear a short sleeve shirt to assist with efficiency. 
  • More specific guidance will be provided through the registration process. 

Here is the registration link

  • https://login.registermytime.com/douglascountyhealthdepartment/dchighschools/Westsideclinic
  • Go to the link.
  • Make your appointment time.
  • Create a profile. Students should use a personal email address or parent email address for communication. Do not use the student school email address.
  • There will be a waiver you must fill out as a part of this process. This will be available through the profile you set up.
  • You will receive a QR code and associated number. You can use either of these to check in on the vaccination day.
  • You will make your second appointment for May 22nd after receiving your first vaccination.

We appreciate the support of the Douglas County Health Department and Total Wellness Health in creating this opportunity for our students and families. 

 

Jay Opperman, Principal