Vaccinations

COVID-19 Vaccination Information 

Overview

SCUSD continues to host weekly Covid vaccine clinics at the Serna Center, as well as a series of vaccination clinics with various health partners to do our part in stopping the spread of COVID in our community.

SCUSD Vaccination Requirement

As you may have heard, SCUSD’s Board of Education moved to pass a resolution (as of October 12, 2021) ensuring our students and staff have access to Covid vaccine and testing. SCUSD will revise our ‘vaccination or testing’ requirement for students for the upcoming 2022-23 academic year to align with the State of California vaccination mandate that begins at the start of the 2023-24 school year. Students can still submit their vaccination records at the link below.

COVID-19 testing will be provided based on public health recommendations for testing cadence, available staffing and testing resources. You may read the Board’s resolution in its entirety.

  • At-Home Tests provided for symptomatic/exposure testing or re-entry testing dependent on availability
  • Maintain symptomatic or exposure testing through school site Care Rooms staffed by Health Aides
  • Regional Testing Centers remain open for students, staff and household members 

SCUSD will continue providing weekly COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics every Tuesday from 4-6pm at the Serna Center Enrollment Center, Room 4.  Clinics are open to all community members – anyone ages 5+ may receive a first, second or booster dose.

Report COVID-19 Vaccine Status

Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Resources for 5-11-Year-Olds