Understanding your benefits At Moscow School District By
Understanding your benefits At Moscow School District By Jerri Parce and Jason Albrecht MSD Peer Mentors November 19, 2015
*** Note *** We are not financial planners or Insurance plan advisorsjust teachers giving you a little 101 on our districts benefits options. Always consult with the District Office and/or the companies involved for the fine print
District Contribution $736
If you plan to change plans You need to fill out this form To Julie Smith at the DO Regence.com
Flu season is here Flu season can be bad news. The good news is that flu shots are covered at 100 percent for most Regence members. You don't need to pay anything extra when you get your shot from an in-network provider. It's always wise to get a flu shot before there are large outbreaks. In older people symptoms can be more
severe and last longer than in the young. Getting a flu shot now ensures there will be supplies available when you need them. Once a person gets the flu they can infect those around them. Waiting can be risky, so get a flu shot soon! To receive a shot with no out-of-pocket cost, go to an in-network pharmacy, doctor or clinic. Many
pharmacies offer walk-in vaccinations, so no appointment is needed. Sick Leave Sick Leave Bank
Personal Leave Credit Reimbursement
American Fidelity American Fidelity Schedule Insurance Committee Members
Greg Bailey Superintendent Marsha Allen (Broker) Sue Clark (Business Manager) Julie Smith Payroll Lorne Barr and Diane Jackson (Co Food Service/Aides/Custodial/Clerical Lisa Carscallen (MEA)
Jo Ann Dorschel (Nurse) Betty Heidelberg (Retirees) Greg Harris (Transportation) Elementary School Representatives Tiffany Ringo (Lena)
Jerri Parce (McDonald) Carolyn Fordham (Russell) Teri Summers (West Park) Secondary School Representatives Bob Allenger and Patricia Jessup (MHS)
Rachel Aiello and Jason Albrecht (MMS) Questions Comments Freaking Outs!
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