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Vaccine Requirements and Resources

Vaccinations Are Free and Available

COVID-19 vaccinations are the best way to avoid this disease and to keep students in school. Health care providers such as Kaiser and Sutter Health; and pharmacies at Safeway, Lucky, CVS, Walgreens, and Costco all offer vaccinations and boosters. Locations including options in Contra Costa County can be found at My Turn. Alameda County locations can also be found here along with more information about the vaccine.

COVID-19 Vaccination For All Students

All students who are eligible should be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. AUSD is collecting documentation to add to each student's confidential file for the initial two-dose series of inoculations, (or the single inoculation of the Johnson & Johnson vaccination, if the student is aged 18). AUSD is NOT collecting documentation on booster doses at this time. 

How to Submit Vaccination Documentation

BEST—Submit vaccination documentation by filling out the individualized form for each student that is sent via email to the parent/guardian on file with AUSD. This email has the subject line, "IMPORTANT: Student Vaccination Status" and has been sent multiple times. If you don't think you have received this email, please check your spam folder. Another parent or guardian of the student might have received the email. If you haven't received this email, please contact your school to update your contact information and provide a current email address.
Alternate ways to submit vaccination documentation:
1. Send vaccination card photos to school COVID Liaisons
AHS Asst. Principal Lau-Seim [email protected]
AMS Asst. Principal Floresca [email protected]
Cornell Elementary School Sui-Ling Angelidis [email protected]
Marin Elementary School Portland: Minka Bakkenta [email protected]
Marin Elementary School San Gabriel: Tamara Keller [email protected]
Ocean View: Shannon Hicks [email protected]

2. Ask your student show photos of, or the actual vaccine card, to the COVID Liaisons listed above.