Lindsay Clinic

HCS Student Vaccine

Hampton Coliseum Community Clinic

Location: Hampton Coliseum - 1000 Coliseum Dr., Hampton 23666

Dates: Mondays through Saturdays until June 19, 2021 (in order to receive a second dose at the Coliseum clinic, the first dose should be taken by no later than Saturday, May 29. If your child receives their first dose after May 29, another vaccination location will need to be utilized which the parent will be responsible to locate.)

Times: 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.

Target Audience: Students 12 years of age or older (parent/guardian must transport student to Coliseum and accompany child while being vaccinated)

Recommendation: The clinic is taking walk-ins; however, parents/guardians are highly encouraged to register ahead of time. Go online here to register.

HCS Student Clinics

Locations:

Andrews PreK-8 School - 3120 Victoria Blvd.

Jones Magnet Middle School - 1819 Nickerson Blvd.

Phenix PreK-8 School - 1061 Big Bethel Rd.

Spratley Gifted Center - 339 Woodland Rd.

Date: Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Times:

Andrews PreK-8 School - 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Jones Magnet Middle School - 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Phenix PreK-8 School - 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Spratley Gifted Center - 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Target Audience: HCS students 12 years of age or older

  • In-person learners (or high school virtual learners taking an SOL test on Tuesday, May 25 who would like to be vaccinated) must submit a signed vaccination consent form to their school nurse by Monday, May 24, 2021. If an in-person learner is unable to submit their signed consent form on Monday, May 24, the parent/guardian must call their child’s school nurse to inform them they will be attending the clinic on Tuesday, May 25, in order to ensure adequate vaccines and transportation is secured AND the student must arrive to school on Tuesday and turn in the signed consent form to their school nurse.

  • Andrews PreK-8 School will vaccinate students who attend:

    • Aberdeen Elementary School

    • Andrews PreK-8 School

    • Armstrong School for the Arts

    • Bassette Elementary School

    • Hampton High School

    • Lindsay Middle School

  • Jones Magnet Middle School will vaccinate students who attend:

    • Asbury Elementary School

    • Barron Elementary School

    • Booker Elementary School

    • Cary Elementary School

    • Jones Magnet Middle School

    • Kecoughtan High School

    • Langley Elementary School

    • Phillips Elementary School

    • Syms Middle School

  • Phenix PreK-8 School will vaccinate students who attend:

    • Bethel High School

    • Eaton Middle School

    • Forrest Elementary School

    • Kraft Elementary School

    • Phenix PreK-8 School

    • Tarrant Middle School

    • Tucker-Capps Elementary School

  • Spratley Gifted Center will vaccinate students who attend:

    • Bryan Elementary School

    • Burbank Elementary School

    • Cooper Elementary School

    • Machen Elementary School

    • Phoebus High School

    • Smith Elementary School

    • Spratley Gifted Center

    • Tyler Elementary School

  • In-person elementary and middle school learners who have a signed parent consent form will be transported from their home school by a Hampton City Schools school bus to the designated location listed above and will be returned to their home school once vaccinated. Students will be supervised on the bus, in transition to the clinic, as well as at the clinic.

  • In-person high school learners as well as virtual high school learners who will be on campus on May 25 for an SOL test and have a signed parent consent form will be transported from their home school at 11:30 a.m. by a Hampton City Schools school bus to the designated location listed above and will be returned to their home school once vaccinated. These high school students will then be dismissed at the end of the school day. Students will be supervised on the bus, in transition to the clinic, as well as at the clinic. High school students who are taking an SOL test will only be able to participate if they have finished their SOL test prior to 11:30 a.m. Students who are not able to participate in the May 25 clinic, may utilize the Hampton Coliseum Community Clinic option with the assistance of their parent/guardian.

  • Elementary, middle and high school virtual learners may be brought to any one of the above school locations by a parent/guardian. The parent/guardian will need to complete a consent form prior to arriving to the clinic and stay with their child while he/she is being vaccinated.

  • Parents/guardians of in-person learners who would like to be present while their child is vaccinated, will need to transport their own child to one of the vaccination clinics above. The parent/guardian will need to complete a consent form prior to arriving to the clinic and stay with their child while he/she is being vaccinated.

  • Information regarding a second dose vaccination clinic will be provided at a later date.

*** Students who have parent consent to receive the vaccine at a school location without a parent/guardian present need to be willing to receive the vaccine. Vaccines will be provided to students who are of a calm demeanor. If a student becomes non-compliant, the school division has the right to make the decision to not administer the vaccine. HCS will do their best to assist students who are anxious or are nervous. However, school staff will not force a student to receive the vaccine.

Lindsay Nurse Greetings

Hello Lindsay Lions!

I am Mrs. Markiewicz (Nurse M) the school nurse here at Lindsay Middle School. I want to welcome all returning and new students and their families to Lindsay Middle School. It is always my pleasure to care for your students each year. Although we are beginning this year with virtual learning, I am available for any health/medical questions or concerns you may have. As your school nurse, I can not diagnose illnesses or conditions but I can assess your child’s health and make my recommendations. My philosophy is students should begin to be active participants in their own healthcare. I want to help make you and your child/children feel comfortable and safe as we navigate our way through this school year. Please feel free to contact me via email, phone, or zoom.

A healthy mind and body promote academic excellence!

Elizabeth Markiewicz RN, BSN, NCSN
emarkiewicz@hampton.k12.va.us

Donna Hill, Health Clerk
dhill@hampton.k12.va.us

Office phone 757-825 4567, Fax: 757-825-4839

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Wash your hands,

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Stay home sick

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