School districts gear up to meet state’s student vaccine mandate

Superintendent says plan a ‘great step’

School districts gear up to meet state’s student vaccine mandate

Once the Food and Drug Administration approves a COVID vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds, Las Virgenes Unified will be among the first school districts in the region to make it available.

Superintendent Dan Stepenosky told The Acorn that a vaccination clinic could take place as early as Nov. 13. The location would be the same as the district’s previous six free vaccine clinics for older students and staff: A.E. Wright Middle Sch...

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