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2021 Employee Benefits

South Washington County Schools offers an excellent benefits package for eligible employees, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, as well as long-term disability, flexible spending, retirement/pension, and an employee assistance program.

Whether you are a current district employee, or interested in working for the district, check out our benefits overview video, or expand the specific sections below for additional information on our offerings.

Coverage for benefits begins Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2021. 

See 2021 SoWashCo Benefits Booklet
See 2021 SoWashCo Open Enrollment Booklet (Mailed to all eligible employees)

*NOTE: You can see what you are currently paying in premiums on your paycheck by logging into Employee Access (ERMA)

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If you wish to make changes to your long-term disability or life insurance plans please visit sowashco.org/employeebenefits.

  • NOTE: You can only enroll through an Evidence of Insurability process, which may require medical underwriting if you make changes to long-term disability or life insurance.

 

Understand Your Plan

To learn more about your benefit options, please watch this video. If you still have questions, please contact your benefits specialist.  


 

Thinking About Retiring in 2021?

If you are thinking about retiring in 2021, it is important that you are enrolled in the medical plan that you want to continue after retirement. Retirement is not a family status change that allows you to change coverage mid-year. Under Minnesota statute, as a retiree of a public entity, you are allowed coverage beyond the 18-month COBRA continuation law until you are Medicare eligible at the age of 65. You can only continue coverage for your dependents that were covered on the day before your employment ended. If you are covering your dependent spouse on your plan at retirement, they are allowed to continue on the plan until they reach age 65.

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