Upcoming and Ongoing Vaccine Clinics


    For the first time during the pandemic, children now account for more than one quarter of new weekly US COVID-19 cases, according to the latest report from the American Academy of Pediatrics.  

    Vaccine Locations in Framingham for students 12 years + and families

    • Walk ins - Framingham Office of Public Health Nursing: 113 Concord Street, Framingham
    • Schedule:
      • Monday-Friday: 8:30am - 10:00am
      • Tuesday-Thursday: 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    •  Anyone getting the vaccine at the clinic will receive a $25 grocery gift card (from Market Basket or Stop and Shop with their vaccine card).

    FPS Hosted Vaccine Clinics (Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine for Students)

    The COVID-19 vaccine is the leading prevention strategy to keep from getting infected with the virus and spreading it to others. Every child 12 years of age and older is now eligible to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is very safe and highly effective at preventing infection. Help protect your whole family and our community and keep our students in school by consenting to have your child(ren) 12 years and older vaccinated against COVID-19 at our school-based vaccine clinics which take place during the school day. 

    • The In-School Vaccine Clinics scheduled for September and October have passed. New times and locations will be added here if new Vaccine Clinics are planned.

    Each student getting the vaccine at the School-based Vaccine Clinic will receive a $25 grocery gift card (from Market Basket or Stop and Shop) with their vaccine card.

    You do not need to be present at the school for your child to receive the vaccine. However, we do need your signed consent. Please complete and sign the Pfizer vaccine consent form and the Vaccine Administration Form for your child and provide it to the school before the vaccine clinics. If you need assistance with completing the forms, please contact the COVID Call Center.

    Pfizer Vaccine Consent Forms:

    Vaccine Administration Forms:

    • Vaccine Consent Form for Individuals 12-17 Years of Age

    • Formulario de autorización de la vacuna contra COVID-19 para personas entre 12 a 17 años

    • Formulário de consentimento para aplicação da vacina contra COVID-19 em indivíduos de 12 a 17 anos

    Community Vaccine Clinics (Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J available for all community members)

    The COVID-19 Vaccine is completely free to everyone. No health insurance, socialsecurity number, or ID of any kind is required to get vaccinated. You can get your 1st or 2nd dose. All 12 years old and above are eligible, written parent/guardian conset is needed between age 12-17 years old. 

    WALK INS. No Appointment or registration required!

    Questions? (508) 405-0609

    • The Community Vaccine Clinics scheduled for September and October have passed. New times and locations will be added here if new Vaccine Clinics are planned.


    COVID Call Center Contact information

    BY PHONE: 508-782-6633
    Press 1 or 2 for English
    Press 1 para Español
    Press 2 para Português
    BY EMAIL: covid@framingham.k12.ma.us

    Monday - Friday 6:00am - 6:00pm




COVID-19 Vaccines for Young People Under Age 18

COVID Vaccine

  • Studies show that COVID-19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting COVID-19. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine will also help keep you from getting seriously ill even if you do get COVID-19. Currently, three vaccines are authorized and recommended to prevent COVID-19: the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen. You can read about them in detail here.

    EDUCATORS: All educators are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Staff can use the state’s pre-registration system to schedule appointments: mass.gov:COVID Vaccine Pre-registration. Once an educator has received their full vaccine dose, they should upload it to TalentEd to enhance the efficiencies of the COVID Team in contact tracing.

    SIDE EFFECTS: Some people experience vaccine side effects such as tiredness, headache, muscle pain, pain at the injection site or temperature less than 100.0°. These symptoms are normal signs that your body is building protection against the virus. These side effects may affect your ability to do daily activities, but they should go away in a few days. If you experience these common minor symptoms in the first 72 hours after your vaccine and feel well enough, you can come to work. 

    Please remember it is possible to get COVID-19 even after you are vaccinated.


    If you have any other symptoms in addition to those listed above, such as runny nose, sore throat, cough, or loss of sense of smell or taste, stay home from work, avoid close contact with others, get PCR tested, and contact your healthcare provider. You can find frequently asked questions about COVID vaccine side effects on the Mass.gov website.

    It takes several weeks for the body to build immunity after getting the vaccine. Please continue to wear a mask, maintain 6ft physical distance, practice frequent hand washing/sanitizing, avoid large gatherings, and stay home when sick.

    Because vaccinated individuals are guided by different COVID-19 quarantine, isolation, and travel rules, we are asking staff to provide documentation of your COVID vaccines to HR through TalentEd once you are fully vaccinated. This will assist the COVID Team when contact tracing may be needed and potentially eliminate the need for you to quarantine. The District strongly encourages all employees to receive a vaccination, however, it is not mandated.