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HCS Student Vaccination Clinics

Hampton Coliseum Community Clinic 

Location: Hampton Coliseum - 1000 Coliseum Dr., Hampton 23666 (Starting June 14, Hampton's vaccination clinic will move to the Hampton Roads Convention Center, at 1610 Coliseum Drive.)

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


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


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:  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.

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As stated in School Board Policy AC and GBA, Hampton City Schools (“HCS”) does not discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, disability, ancestry, marital status, pregnancy, child birth or related medical conditions, status as a veteran, genetic information, or other characteristic protected by law in its programs, activities and employment practices and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  

HCS also prohibits retaliation under School Board Policy GBAB for the purpose of interfering with a person’s rights and/or privileges under federal civil rights laws, which can include: (i) raising concerns with Division personnel about a civil rights violation; (ii) asserting a right or advocating for the rights of a student or employee under federal civil rights laws; or (iii) participating in a complaint investigation or related proceedings. 

All individuals are encouraged to promptly report any incident they believe to be discrimination, harassment or retaliation in violation of HCS School Board Policy.  All reports should be made to the HCS Compliance Officer, who also serves as the HCS Executive Director of Human Resources and Title IX/ADA Coordinator.  Upon receiving a report of alleged discrimination, harassment or retaliation, the Compliance Officer shall promptly authorize an investigation into the complaint, determine whether the alleged act occurred, and determine whether any action must be taken to end or prevent further harassment, discrimination, or retaliation.  For more information about this process, please review the Formal Resolution Process and/or Informal Resolution Process.    

Should you have any questions about these procedures or the contents of this notice, please contact:

Executive Director of Human Resources
Title IX and ADA Coordinator
Department of Human Resources
One Franklin Street
Hampton, VA 23669
(757) 727-2300



Hampton City Schools (HCS) is committed to making its website accessible for all, including individuals with disabilities, and strives to ensure accessibility currently and as new technologies emerge.  The division welcomes questions and feedback on the site’s accessibility at each development phase.  By clicking on “Contact” at the upper right of the main webpage, all users are able to “Help Resolve a Concern,” “Share a Story,” “Provide Feedback,” and “Ask a Question.”  Additionally, the Contact Us page provides direct email access to HCS Webmaster Vickie Carper,


HCS’s computer systems and networks include all of the computer hardware, operating system software, application software, stored text, data files, electronic mail (email), local databases, externally accessed databases, CD-ROM, optical media, clip art, digital images, digitized information, communications technologies, and new available technologies.

Please note that some pages on the HCS website contain links to third-party sites.  HCS is not responsible for the content, facts, opinions or accessibility of third-party sites.


The majority of pages in our site are available in HTML format that can be deciphered by screen readers. Some documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF), which require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.

  • To download this free program, visit the Adobe website.
  • To read PDF documents with a screen reader, please link to the Access Adobe website, which provides useful tools and resources.

Also, many popular browsers contain built-in accessibility tools, and there are other plug-ins that make websites more accessible.

The HCS website is designed and monitored by HCS Webmaster Vickie Carper, who serves as the gatekeeper for website content and accessibility.   The Webmaster is under the direction of the Executive Director of Public Relations and Marketing, supervised by the Director of Graphics.
Web visitors using assistive technology who may have trouble accessing information on the website may contact the HCS Webmaster,, the Executive Director of Public Relations and Marketing, and/or the Director of Graphics,

When submitting a question or concern via email, “accessibility” should be included in the subject line.  Every reasonable attempt will be made to address the user’s concern within twenty-four hours.  To assist HCS in responding appropriately, all inquiries should include the following information:

  • A description of the accessibility concern or question;
  • The webpage address of the requested material;
  • The format in which the user prefers to receive the material;
  • The user’s contact information, including preferred method of contact.


HCS monitors all technology resource activity and requires all employees, students and individuals with access to HCS computer systems and networks to annually read and sign an Acceptable Use Policy.  See School Board Policy IIBEA for Students; School Board Policy GBBB for Employees.

Our continuing goal is for the HCS website to be accessible to individuals with disabilities in compliance with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and that statute's implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Part 104, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and that statute's implementing regulations at 28 C.F.R. Part 35.

Good faith efforts are being made to ensure that our website complies with web accessibility standards. In addition to the federal regulations above, we are actively working to conform to level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
Prior to posting new website content, the HCS Webmaster determines if the proposed content meets the criteria of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).  Periodically the HCS Webmaster checks the website with a recognized website checker such as 508 Checker and WAVE.  If the audit identifies issues of concern or content errors that impede accessibility to any user, the concerns/errors are evaluated and remedied within a six-week period.


HCS’s website and computer systems and networks are provided on an “as available” basis.  HCS makes no warranties, expressed or implied, without limitation, regarding the fitness for a particular purpose regarding any service provided by the system and any information contained or software used therein.  The division uses hardware and software provided by third-party technology vendors.  Therefore, the division does not warrant that the functions or services performed by, or that the information or software on the system, will meet the user’s requirements.