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Student Vaccination Clinic


MUHSD is partnering with Castle Family Health Centers to run a student vaccination clinic on Thursday, May 13th from 1:30-3:30 PM at Livingston High School's Old Gym. Students MUST bring a permission slip in order to receive a vaccine.  The Pfizer vaccine is available to students 16 and older ONLY.  

Permission slips are available at the welcome table, attendance office window, and online. Once a permission slip is received, an appointment time will be given. Please see the School Nurse for more details.

Students will be required to bring:

  • The consent form
  • A photocopy of their insurance card (If they have it)
  • Health Questionnaire (Two sheets that is part of the packet below)

MUHSD Castle Vaccine Clinic Packet


MUHSD school nurses are working closely with Merced County Department of Public Health (MDPH) who are, in turn, working closely with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and monitoring the situation. The group is also establishing protocols for schools in the event that Coronavirus does spread in Merced County. More information will be shared as this plan develops. In addition, situation updates can be found through the Centers for Disease Control. For resources, prevention tips, & information please visit the MUHSD Health Services webpage below.

MUHSD's health services Coronavirus information

School Nurse

Are primary health care providers within the educational environment. They promote each student’s optimal health status, physical and mental, to achieve their fullest potential as a learner and a person.

What do school nurses provide that no one else in the school district can?

  • Assess health needs
  • Teach and promote health practices
  • Provide counseling, primary health care, emergency care, crisis management, and referrals
  • Provide communicable disease control
  • Access to community resources
  • Perform mandated health screenings
  • Perform special health care procedures; administration of medications, catheterization and tube feedings


Please contact the Health Office at 209.398.3254