Madison-Plains High School will be offering vaccines

Madison-Plains High School (photo from mplsd.org)

Madison-Plains High School (photo from mplsd.org)

Becky Grigsby, Staff Writer

On April 16, Madison-Plains Superintendent Chad Eisler announced that the school will be offering students ages 16 and up the first dose of Pfizer COVID vaccine at the high school on April 30 and the second on May 21. 

 

Only MPHS students or home-schooled students who participate on MPHS sports teams may take advantage of this opportunity. 

 

Students will need a parent or guardian’s consent in order to receive the vaccine. Parents and guardians can register their students by going to the Madison County Public Health (MCPH) website before April 27.

 

Once completing the form, it must be printed and signed by the parent or guardian. The printed and signed form will need to be presented by the student at the time of the vaccination. 

 

If the parent or guardian has more than one child who is eligible for the vaccine, they need to fill out one form for each student. 

 

Any student receiving the vaccine does not need to pay.