Vaccination Clinics at SFUSD Schools

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Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to prevent the worst symptoms of COVID-19 so that our schools can stay safe.

SFUSD is partnering with SFDPH to host 4 additional vaccination clinics at SFUSD schools to make vaccines free and accessible to SFUSD families:

Malcolm X Academy School

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350 Harbor Road in the Bayview
3:30 – 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday until Nov. 16

Enter in the front in the multipurpose room, which is visible from 350 Harbor Road. 

Balboa High School


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1000 Cayuga Ave. in the Excelsior (Do not enter at 1000 Cayuga Ave.)
2:30 – 5:30 p.m. every Wednesday until Nov. 17

Enter on Otsego and Onondaga Ave. in the main auditorium. 

McCoppin Elementary School


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651 6th Ave. in the Richmond
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. every Saturday until Nov. 20

Enter in the front of the school and go left into the cafeteria.

Sunset Elementary School


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1920 41st Ave. in the Sunset
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. every Sunday until Nov. 21

Enter to the left of the main entrance and follow signs to the auditorium.


Who can come to these vaccination clinics?

SFUSD families are the priority, but everyone age 12 and above is welcome. 

Do I need an appointment?

No appointment necessary, walk-ins are welcomed. 

Do I need to bring any documents?

No additional documents needed. However, parent or guardian consent is needed for children and youth under 18 years old to get vaccinated. 

Which vaccines will be available at these sites?

The sites will administer Pfizer (2 doses) and J&J (1 dose) vaccines. Anyone 12 years and above is eligible for the Pfizer vaccine, which has been fully approved by the FDA for those who are 16 and older. SFUSD families will receive priority at these clinics, although the clinics will also serve anyone who is eligible in the general public.

Will the sites be administering 3rd doses?

No. Third doses are not yet approved by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and they will not be available at this time.

How many people can each site serve everyday?

Each of the four school sites has the initial capacity to administer 62 doses each day and is prepared to expand to up to 200 a day, as needed.