COVID-19 Vaccine Information
On December 2, 2021, FCSD shared the following information about vaccine clinics on behalf of the Butler County Educational Service Center. This information is for families who may be interested and is not a requirement of the Fairfield City School District. Click here for locations and times for each clinic.
Previously, the Fairfield City School District provided the following from the Butler County Educational Service Center for information sharing purposes. The vaccine clinics listing for children ages 5-11 and the vaccine FAQ document in the files below are for families who may be interested in this information. Click the links below to review.
Previously, the Fairfield City School District was proud to partner with Kroger to provide COVID-19 vaccination clinics for our staff. The clinics were held at Fairfield High School on February 5 and February 26 so that staff could receive both doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
Fairfield High School was again the site for a pop-up vaccine clinic on June 15 and July 13 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. We encouraged parents of students ages 12-17 (especially those in sports and clubs) to register their child(ren) for the vaccine. Registrants were able to choose from the Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson (1 dose), or Moderna vaccines. We are pleased to partner with the Butler County General Health District to offer this service.
Individuals who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines will need to schedule their 2nd dose (to be administered on July 13 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.) by visiting https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/
Use Access Code B8WRUE7MMB.
The health 'vaccine' wrapped bus at Fairfield Acres mobile home park on July 13 if families need a ride to the high school. The bus will transport to and from the high school every 30 minutes.