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Flu Immunization Clinic for Students Rescheduled

(Date Posted 9/10/2018)

Flu Immunization Clinic

In an effort to help our students remain healthy this flu season the Shelton School District is proud to partner with Healthy Schools to offer in-school flu shot clinics to 100% of our students through our Shelton Schools Fights the Flu program.

Healthy Schools LLC is a healthcare access company that promotes the health of children by administering vaccines, including flu and Tdap, at schools, through public/private partnerships with school districts and Departments of Public Health. Healthy Schools provides all the required staffing for the program. In addition, Healthy Schools supplies vaccines from private supplies or from federal Vaccines for Children supplies, as applicable, so that students with private insurance, Medicaid, CHIP, or no insurance can all participate.

Prior to clinic days, CareDox enables schools to connect with parents to complete consent forms and capture insurance information. On clinic days, for those students with appropriately completed consent forms, a Healthy Schools nurse administers the vaccine. Through CareDox, records of vaccinations are submitted to the State Immunization Registry, and records are submitted to insurance providers for payment. No students, schools or parents are billed for these services.

Parents will need to sign up for this clinic prior to November 30, 2018.  Paper registration forms can be returned to individual building offices or registration forms can be found online at

The Clinics are scheduled as follows:

December 13, 2018

  • Shelton High School
  • Evergreen Elementary
  • Oakland Bay Jr High
  • Mt View Elementary

December 14, 2018

  • CHOICE High School
  • Olympic Middle School
  • Bordeaux Elementary

Clínica de Inmunización contra la Gripe

En un esfuerzo por ayudar a nuestros estudiantes a mantenerse saludables esta temporada de gripe, el Distrito Escolar de Shelton se enorgullece de asociarse con Healthy Schools para ofrecer clínicas contra la gripe en la escuela al 100% de nuestros estudiantes a través de nuestro programa Shelton Schools Fight the Flu.

Healthy Schools LLC es una compañía de acceso a servicios de salud que promueve la salud de los niños mediante la administración de vacunas, incluida la gripe y Tdap, en las escuelas, a través de asociaciones públicas / privadas con los distritos escolares y los Departamentos de Salud Pública. Healthy Schools proporciona todo el personal requerido para el programa. Además, Healthy Schools suministra vacunas de suministros privados o de suministros federales de Vacunas para niños, según corresponda, para que todos los estudiantes con seguro privado, Medicaid, CHIP o ningún seguro puedan participar.

Antes de los días de la clínica, CareDox permite a las escuelas conectarse con los padres para completar los formularios de consentimiento y capturar la información del seguro. En los días de la clínica, para aquellos estudiantes con formularios de consentimiento debidamente completados, una enfermera de Healthy Schools administra la vacuna. A través de CareDox, los registros de vacunas se envían al Registro Estatal de Inmunización, y los registros se envían a los proveedores de seguros para su pago. Ningún estudiante, escuela o padre recibe una factura por estos servicios.

Los padres deberán inscribirse en esta clínica antes del 30 de noviembre de 2018. Los formularios de inscripción en papel pueden devolverse a las oficinas de construcción individuales o los formularios de inscripción se pueden encontrar en línea en .

Las clínicas están programadas de la siguiente manera:

13 de diciembre de 2018

  • Shelton High School
  • Evergreen Elementary
  • Oakland Bay Jr High
  • Mt View Elementary

14 de diciembre de 2018

  • CHOICE High School
  • Escuela secundaria olímpica
  • Escuela Primaria Bordeaux
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