Retiree Benefits

A few of our member districts offer employees to continue SISC retiree health benefits upon their retirement at their own expense. If you are interested in continuing benefits through SISC after you retire,  please contact our office to request a retiree enrollment packet at least 60 days prior to your retirement date. 

Should you choose to decline SISC  retiree health benefits please complete a Retiree Declination of Coverage.   At any time, should you decline coverage, you will not be eligible to enroll on a SISC retiree health benefit plan at a later date.

Retirees and their spouses/domestic partners that are 65 years of age or older are required to provide proof of Medicare Parts A & B. A copy of the retiree’s and spouse’s/domestic partner’s Medicare card must be sent to SISC prior to the first of the month in which they turn 65 (or first of the prior month if their birthday is on the 1st).

Retirees must have continuous enrollment in Medicare while enrolled in a SISC retiree plan.

If proof of Medicare is not provided to SISC, the following illustrates the non-refundable surcharge that will be applied to the monthly premium of the under 65 groups. The surcharge will be applied the first of the month in which the member turns 65 until the Medicare card is produced.

2020-21 Plan Comparison under 65 -Districts                2020-2021 SISC Plan Comparison Under 65 -VCSBSA 
                                                                    2020-21 Over 65 Plan Comparison

 

2020-21 Surcharge Retiree Plan Info

Missing Part A: $875

Missing Part B: $875

Missing Part A & B: $1425

 

Briggs School District

2020-21 Medical Plan Election

2020-21 Dental Plan Election

2020-21 Vision Plan Election

 

Mupu Elementary School District

2020-21 Medical Plan Election

2020-21 Dental Plan Election

2020-21 Vision Plan Election