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January 25, 2022
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COVID vaccination clinic for 5-11
Webster Elementary will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for 5-11 year-olds on Wednesday, January 26 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Register for an appointment on the Cub Pharmacy webpage.
COVID booster clinic for 12+
District 622 is partnering with Ramsey County Public Health to offer another COVID booster clinic on Friday, January 28 from 3 - 6 p.m. at North High School.
Clinic staff will use the Pfizer vaccine to provide boosters for anyone 12 years and older. Boosters are available for people who received their second dose 6 months prior to Jan 28. People who received the Moderna or J&J vaccine initially can get a Pfizer booster.
Parents do not have to be present for 16-year-olds, but parents/guardians need to provide consent virtually through the registration link.
Register for an appointment on the Department of Health webpage.
North High Winter One Act Festival
Join the award-winning cast from Mamma Mia! tonight (Tuesday, January 25), when they perform two different one-act plays. These FREE performances take place on the North High stage beginning at 7 p.m..
Masks are required for the performances (but grab a cookie and a drink on the way out).
Next Possip survey coming soon
Help with food costs
Minnesota families who rely on free and reduced-price school lunch programs will soon get extra help to cover food costs when COVID-19 keeps their children home from school.
In January, the first round of Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer food benefits will go to a small number of families whose children attend schools that closed or shifted to remote learning for at least five consecutive days in September, October, or November. Future rounds of P-EBT benefits will include families whose children have to stay home because of quarantines for individual students, groups of students, or entire classrooms.
More than 200,000 Minnesota schoolchildren will be eligible for the P-EBT benefits for the 2021-22 school year, with $186 million in federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act. Families will receive $7.10 for each child for each missed day.
Learn more and see if your students qualify by visiting the District 622 P-EBT website.
Photo 3: You never know what Adventure Connection students at Weaver will make during "Tinker Time." We love to see their creativity at work.