School Meal Pick-Up Schedule

Click here for the Summer FREE Meal Schedule, June 15- August 12. Meals are FREE for ALL children, ages 18 and younger. No sign-up required. Children do not need to attend Centennial Schools.

 

Click here for FREE meal schedule and information.

COVID-19 Test and Vaccine Info

Info from Anoka County regarding testing and vaccination information

With summer around the corner, getting vaccinated and tested for COVID-19 remain the most effective ways to beat the pandemic and get back to doing the things we all love safely. That’s why it’s more important than ever that our community take advantage of the state’s community vaccination and testing opportunities nearby.

At both state community vaccination and testing sites, you do not need insurance, you do not need an appointment, and you do not pay anything. All you have to do is show up.

At this time, all Minnesotans 12 years of age and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and the state’s 8 community vaccination sites are accepting both walk-ins and appointments. The federally-supported State Fairgrounds site is not currently accepting walk-ins as it is administering second doses.

  • Starting Friday, May 14, Minnesotans age 12-15 can get vaccinated at the state sites in Bloomington (Mall of America), Saint Paul (Roy Wilkins Auditorium), Lino Lakes and Oakdale. Note: 12- through 15-year-olds must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • 16- and 17-year-olds can already get vaccinated at the state sites in Bloomington (Mall of America), Saint Paul (Roy Wilkins Auditorium), Lino Lakes and Oakdale. Note: 16- and 17-year-olds must receive permission from a parent or guardian, either in person through being accompanied by a parent or guardian, or online beforehand through the appointment scheduling and registration process.
  • Families are highly encouraged to get vaccinated at the same time.
  • Walk-ins and appointments for Minnesotans 18+ are accepted at all 8 sites, including Bloomington (Mall of America), Saint Paul (Roy Wilkins Auditorium), Lino Lakes, Oakdale, Mankato, Duluth, Rochester, and St. Cloud.

At the state’s 20 community testing sites, Minnesotans of all ages are welcome to walk in or schedule a COVID-19 test get tested, whether you have symptoms or not.

Here is all the information you need to take advantage of the state’s community vaccination and testing opportunities near you:

How Minnesotans Can Get Their Shot at No Cost:

How Minnesotans Can Get a COVID-19 Test at No Cost: