Our Latest Push to Vaccinate CPS Employees
DISTRICT | March 17, 2021
Our Latest Push to Vaccinate CPS Employees

In addition to wearing masks, social distancing, and washing hands frequently, getting vaccinated is an important tool to slow the spread of COVID-19 and end the pandemic. CPS is doing our part to make President Joe Biden’s goal to provide all educators with vaccinations by the end of March a reality. Here’s what you need to know:

How to Get Vaccinated: 

All CPS employees and employees of the district’s largest vendors can sign up for a vaccination appointment at one of the district’s four school-based vaccination sites:

  • Chicago Vocational High School, 2100 E 87th St
  • Michele Clark High School, 5101 W Harrison St
  • Clemente High School, 1147 N Western Ave
  • Roosevelt High School, 3436 W Wilson Ave

CPS staff can use their CPS login credentials to sign up for an appointment at cps.edu/vaxsignup. In addition, staff can also get vaccinated through their doctor, healthcare provider, or local pharmacy.

What to Know About the Vaccine: 

  1. Getting vaccinated helps keep you from getting COVID-19 and protects people around you. The faster we all get vaccinated, the faster we can go back to school and our normal life.
  2. COVID-19 vaccines do not use a live virus and cannot give someone COVID-19.
  3. The vaccine is free for all Chicagoans, even if you don’t have health insurance.

What to Watch if You Need More Information:

If you have additional questions, please visit cps.edu/vaccinations. You can also email vaccines@cps.edu or call 773-553-KIDS to speak with a member of the Office of Student Health and Wellness.