• October 15, 2021
 EPISD’s ‘Vaccinate Before You Graduate’ campaign extended to students ages 12 and up

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EPISD’s ‘Vaccinate Before You Graduate’ campaign extended to students ages 12 and up

Vaccinate Before You Graduate, the El Paso Independent School District and Immunize El Paso campaign to get as many students immunized against COVID-19 before the end of May, has been expanded to include students ages 12 and up.

“We are looking forward to celebrating graduations and the end of the school year with an additional sense of safety,” said Alana Bejarano, EPISD’s Director of Health Services.

The inclusion of EPISD students ages 12 and up is the result of new guidelines from the Federal Drug Administration that expands the use of the Pfizer vaccine to younger Americans.

Immunize El Paso will offer free vaccines to eligible students and their families, as well as faculty and staff, at each of EPISD’s traditional high schools. Middle-school students are asked to register at the high school nearest to their home campus.

The Vaccinate Before You Graduate clinics will be from 4 to 6 p.m. at the following dates and locations:

• May 17 at El Paso High & CCTA @ El Paso High
• May 18 TMECHS & Chapin @ Chapin
• May 19 at Irvin
• May 20 at Austin
• May 21 at Burges

• May 24 at Andress
• May 25 at Franklin
• May 26 at Coronado
• May 27 at Jeff/Silva
• May 28 at Bowie

All students aged 12 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine. Students under the age of 18 must have parental consent. Attendees are asked to bring an official form of identification and a health insurance card if they have it.

Students and family members who wish to participate in the Vaccinate Before You Graduate program should click here to register.

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