September 15 - October 28

This year's free flu shot clinics will be in person, with no appointment necessary. You can just show up!​ We ask that you arrive during the time slots shown below (not early!) to ensure smooth traffic flow during student dismissal.

Who can get a shot

  • All MNPS employees and their dependents (age 5+), regardless of coverage

  • Retirees and their dependents (age 5+) covered by the Certificated Retiree Health Plan 


Flu cases were down last year. Find out why. Do you really need a flu shot this year? Find out.

What to bring

  • Bring your MNPS or photo ID for building access.

  • You will also need to wear a mask for building access.

  • If age 65+, bring your Medicare card and prescription insurance card.

  • You may download a flu shot consent form, print it and bring the completed form with you. Forms will also be available at the flu shot clinics.

A few other important details

  • The quadrivalent flu vaccine will be given. The high-dose vaccine will be available for people age 65+.

  • Certain other vaccines (including the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine) will be available. Only first COVID-19 doses will be given; your second dose may be schedule at a Kroger Pharmacy convenient to you. 

  • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the COVID-19 vaccine and other vaccines may now be administered simultaneously. However, you're encouraged to talk with your vaccine provider about possible side effects when deciding whether to get more than one shot in a single visit.


If you can't make the dates above

You have these other options for getting a flu shot or other vaccines:

  • Make an appointment at any MNPS Health Care Center by calling 615-259-8755

  • Or stop by the Kroger Pharmacy in the Employee Wellness Center.

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