COVID-19 vaccine clinics

In the tri-city area,  a high number of COVID-19 cases involve people that are unvaccinated. Those that are vaccinated tend to have less severe symptoms when sick and are less likely to be hospitalized.

In partnership with the Garland Health Department, we are offering free COVID-19 vaccines for adults and students ages 5 and up. Families can attend our event to get vaccinated or to get booster shots. 

Families, students and staff are welcome to attend. Clinics are first come, first served; no appointment is needed. 

These vaccines are voluntary, and no vaccines will be given without permission from the parent.

Attending the clinics

Adults and students attending the first and second dose clinics must do the following:

  • Fill out the permission form and the Immtrac form.
    • Parents will fill out student forms and turn them into the school's front office. Parents do not need to be there for the administration of both doses.
    • If you no longer want your student to receive the second dose, you must contact your school nurse to make them aware you are revoking your consent.
    • Adults will fill out their own forms and bring them to the clinic.
  • Bring your COVID-19 vaccination card, if you have one.

Booster shots can be given 6 months after a Pfizer or Moderna dose or two months after a Johnson & Johnson dose. Patients should bring their card.

Note: If you do not have a printer, ask the school for a copy of the forms.

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Clinics are held in the mornings from 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. and afternoons from 2-4 p.m.

First vaccine



Second vaccine*



Please be sure to bring your vaccine card.

*People needing their first dose are welcome to attend these clinics, but will have to get their second dose at the Garland Public Health Clinic.