• Current Emergency Information

    Glendale Unified School District
    223 North Jackson Street, Glendale, California 91206

    March 1, 2010
     
    Free H1N1 vaccines available to Glendale Schools' students, staff, and parents, as well as local residents.
     
    All children under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult or guardian and must be over the age of 6 months.
     

    Date:

    March 9, 2010, Tuesday

    Time:

    3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

    Location:

    Wilson Middle School
    1221 Monterey Road, Glendale 91206
    818.244.8145
     
    To reserve a spot, fill in the form and submit to Beverly Primus at 223 N. Jackson Street, Room 203, Glendale 91206 or call 818.241.3111, extension 407.
     

     
    November 24, 2009

    Two websites that you may find useful in finding additional resources and information are listed below:

    Check website for the most up to date clinics for seasonal as well as the H1N1 vaccine.

    2. www.minuteclinic.com

    CVS pharmacies ‘Minute Clinic’ locations.

    The CDC recommends that the H1N1 vaccine be given on a priority basis to pregnant women, people living with or caring for infants under six months of age, emergency medical services personnel and health care workers, children and young adults from six months through 24 years and people aged 25 through 64 years with chronic health conditions like heart or lung disease, asthma, diabetes, or weakened immune systems.

    The seasonal flu vaccine is offered to anyone who wants to reduce his/her chances of getting the flu, but CDC recommends it for certain people at high risk of having serious flu complications or live with someone at high risk of serious complications such as with chronic illness or over age 55.


    October 28, 2009
     
    As part of our effort to provide updates, please note that there have been no new reported cases of the H1N1 virus within the last week in Glendale schools. When a new case is reported at a school site, the principal alerts the staff and the school community and follows the protocols that the LA County Department of Public Health has suggested.
    In the meantime, we continue to be diligent in preventing the spread of the virus by providing enough 8 oz. containers of hand sanitizers for all District classrooms and offices. Through generous donations by the District's benefactors, arrangements have been made to provide 1000 more 2-liter bottles of hand sanitizers throughout our district's classrooms.
     
    For continuing updates regarding storm and mudslide conditions in the area, please visit the City's website at http://www.ci.glendale.ca.us/.
Last Modified on June 3, 2008