• Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) / Employee's Rights Poster

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    PfISD Insider App - Download it NOW!

    The app has been created to provide staff with access to district information at their fingertips. The app offers simple navigation and easy access to information such as:

    • 2020 Benefits and Resources and to be updated with our 2021 Benefits at the end of the year
    • Personalization of the App will only show you the medical, dental and vision plans you enrolled in
    • You will find 2021 Open Enrollment information as well as a section on “What’s New for 2021”
    • 403(b) and 457(b) Plan Information
    • Each page within the app includes the carrier or vendor phone numbers and a link out to their websites
    • Contact information for the Benefits Service Center to get answers to your benefit questions and provide assistance with claims
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    Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) / Employee's Rights Poster

    FFCRA (English)

    FFCRA (Spanish)


    Employees are encouraged to use a Virtual Visit partner as a first line of care for suspected exposure to the virus. Click the links for more information on utilizing Teledoc Teledoc Tips  Teledoc-coronavirus-FAQ  

    Employee FAQ COVID-19 Employee FAQ

    PfISD currently offers four medical plans administered by United Health Care running from January 1 to December 31. The link above will give you further information regarding benefit summary and rates, enrollment, benefit coverage, and submitting claims.
    Form 1095-C is an annual reporting form used in connection with the Affordable Care Act. Form 1095-C includes information about the health insurance coverage offered to you and, if applicable, your family. You will need to submit information from Form 1095-C in 2019 as a part of your personal income tax filing for 2019. Form 1095-C will help the IRS determine if you need to make the new individual shared responsibility payment – the fee you may have to pay if you didn't have health insurance at any point during 2019. The link above will provide you with additional information and answers to questions you may have about this reporting. 
    The FSA/Section 125 program is a tax-savings plan governed by the rules of Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code. An important rule for Section 125 plans is that you cannot change your election to participate during the calendar year unless you or your dependent(s) experience a Qualifying Life Event (QLE). Dependents are defined as listed in the Summary Plan Description of your Humana medical plan Definition of a Dependent. Elections that are not eligible to be changed without a QLE include medical, dental, vision, cancer, Health Care Flexible Spending Account (HCFSA) and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (DCFSA). Changes must be made within 60 calendar days of any applicable QLE. For more information click the link above.  
    A PfISD employee who is enrolled in the group health plan and who has not otherwise elected coverage under the group health plan for a "spouse" may elect to cover one "qualifying individual' under the group health plan. For more information click on the link above. 
    Annual Disclosure Notices For more information on Special Enrollment, Newborn Act Disclosure, Women's Health and Cancer Rights, Medicaid & CHIP or Medicare Part D Credible Coverage click the link above. Spanish Annual Disclosure Notices
    This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.
    The Health Insurance Marketplace is available to assist you to evaluate health care options for you and your family. The Marketplace/Exchange Notice provides some basic information about employment-based health coverage offered by PfISD. 
    Supplemental coverage is available for eligible employees and their dependents. Options are available for dental, vision, disability, accident, cancer, life insurance, medical and child care reimbursement plans. Please visit this link to learn more.
    Social Security along with many large companies, organizations and agencies is facing a "retirement boom." As the baby boomers get older, we will see an increase in the claims for retirement and disability benefits. In order to provide timely services, Social Security is encouraging people to use the internet and save a trip to the local office. Be aware that the District does not make withdrawals from your earnings for social security benefits. However this site is being provided for your benefit especially if you had previous social security withdrawals.
    Need More Information?
    Contact the Benefits Department at (512) 594-0026.