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    Older students are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, with any student ages 12 and up able to get vaccinated starting May 13.

  • May 24 Update:  Reminder About COVID-19 Vaccination Opportunities for Students Age 12 and Up

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    Dear PPS Families,

    As we have shared with you previously, the Oregon Health Authority recently announced the approval of Pfizer’s two-dose COVID-19 vaccination for individuals age 12 and up. We are continuing to provide students and their families with vaccination support at the Oregon Convention Center (OCC).

    Please visit the PPS Student & Family Vaccination website for information about our supported Wednesday vaccination opportunities and how you can request transportation to and from the OCC. This is the last week to access a first vaccine dose at the OCC. Second doses will be available until they close their doors on June 19.

    Students age 15+ can sign up or walk up to the OCC to receive a vaccine. Students ages 12-14 must be accompanied by either a parent, a guardian, or someone designated by the parent. If accompanied by an adult other than a parent, a student must have a parent-signed consent form. Below is the consent form in all PPS-supported languages:

    And just a reminder, vaccinations at the OCC and other locations are easy to access throughout the week. You can visit https://getvaccinated.oregon.gov/#/locator to search for vaccination opportunities in your neighborhood or check Multnomah County’s list of vaccination sites.

    Thank you.

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Communities of Color COVID-19 Vaccine Presentation

  • On January 29, an expert panel discussed the implications and challenges of COVID-19 vaccines on communities of color, which have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. The presentation was co-sponsored by Multnomah County, the Coalition of Communities of Color and Portland Public Schools. Watch it: 

Previous Updates

  • May 17 Update: COVID-19 Vaccination Consent Form for Students Ages 12-14

  • May 10 Update: Reminder, COVID-19 Vaccinations Available for Students 16+

  • May 4 Update: Additional Information About COVID-19 Vaccinations for Students 16+

  • April 30 Update: COVID-19 Vaccination Opportunity for Students 16+

  • March 15 Update: Vaccine Options Remain for Eligible PPS Staff and Community Partners

  • March 2 Update: COVID-19 Vaccination appointments still available today

  • March 1 Update: More appointments for Wave 4 open today at 3 p.m.

  • February 25 Update: More appointments for Wave 4 open at noon today

  • February 22 Update: More appointments for Wave 4 and a Change to Wave 4 eligibility

  • February 17 Update: Thursday at 9 a.m. Wave 4 Appointments Open for Scheduling

  • February 15 Update: Appointments for Waves 1-3 and Oregon Convention Center Open Today

  • February 12 Update: OCC Vaccine Clinic Closed Due to Weather

  • February 11 Update: Noon Appointments for Waves 1-3 and Inclement Weather Impacts

  • February 4 Update: Wave 3 Appointments Open at Noon Today

  • February 1 Update: Wave 2 Vaccine Appointments Available Today

  • January 29 Update: Wave 2 Vaccine Appointments Available at noon on Monday

  • January 28, Noon: Vaccine Updates and Wave 1 Appointments Still Available

  • January 27, Update II: More Wave 1 Vaccine Appointments Now Available

  • January 27: Vaccine Clinics Update

  • January 26 Noon Update: Important Information Regarding COVID Vaccination Appointments

  • January 26 Morning Update: Vaccine Scheduling Starts Today

  • January 22: Staff Vaccination Update

  • January 15 Update: Gov. Brown Announces Plan For Vaccinations for Educators and School Staff

  • January 14 Message on Potential Qualification for Phase 1A Vaccines

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