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Click here to find out why the CDC recommends children 12 years and older get vaccinated to help protect against COVID-19
To find out why the Sacramento County recommends children 12 years and older get vaccinated to help protect against COVID-19, select the Vaccine Information Sheet listed below:

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Summer message to TRUSD families:
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  • Did you know that per public health guidelines, students vaccinated against COVID-19 will not need to quarantine if exposed?   
  • The good news is that youth 12 and above are eligible to be vaccinated NOW.  
  • See the flyers below to learn more and to schedule an appointment at a TRUSD school near you!
    (Spanish)    (Hmong)    (Russian)    (Arabic)

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back to school safely during covid-19 - Newsletter from sacramento county public health
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Please click here to learn more!


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Vaping Prevention: A Remote-Learning Curriculum

The Vaping Prevention: A Remote-Learning Curriculum addresses the health risks of using e-cigarettes/vapes, including JUUL and Puff Bar; the increased risk of severe COVID-19 infection for e-cigarette/vape users; and marketing tactics used by nicotine companies to target youth. We also include an accompanying student assignment. The entire new curriculum is on the Tobacco Prevention Toolkit.

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MISSION: Promote optimal health and academic success for all students through active teamwork between family, community and all educators every day.

VISION: Build a cohesive health team with common goals to provide students with the skills and services needed for academic success and life-long wellness.

  • Optimize student academic achievement through ongoing health interventions
  • Maintain ongoing communication to maximize health and safety
  • Incorporate health education programs to facilitate a healthy learning environment and increase health literacy