Marietta Schools Giving COVID-19 Vaccines to Students Ages 12+

Female doctor giving covid-19 vaccine to a boy

Based on the new guidance from the FDA earlier this month, authorizing the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in children 12-15 years old, the Marietta City School district is partnering with Poole’s Pharmacy -- offering shots to students ages 12+ on Thursday, June 3rd at Marietta High School from 10a-12n. Any student that is enrolled in Marietta City Schools and will be 12 years old on or before June 3 are eligible to register for the clinic.

You must register your student before 3pm on May 27. The program may be cut off if maximum capacity is reached as well.

Parents who want their children to participate must fill out the Poole's Pharmacy consent form.

For questions or more information about the clinic or the registration process, email

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