If you receive insurance benefits from the district, (you work the minimum number of hours per week) you are able to make all benefit enrollments and changes through our online benefit enrollment portal. This online process replaces all the paper forms that have been required by our carriers in the past.
Please be advised that qualifying life events require the appropriate documentation be submitted to the Treasurer's Office before any transaction will be approved. These include birth certificates when adding a child, marriage licenses when adding a spouse, etc. We strongly encourage logging in to the portal to ensure all your current benefit elections and information are correct.
Should you have any additional questions when accessing the portal please contact Jill Corwin in the Treasurer's Office at extension 1123.Benefit GuidesYou can access the 2022 benefit guide here: 2022 Benefit GuideYou can access the 2021 benefit guide here: 2021 Benefit GuideYou can access the 2020 benefit guide here: 2020 Benefit GuideYou can access the 2019 benefit guide here: 2019 Benefit GuideYou can access the 2018 benefit guide here: 2018 Benefit GuideYou can access the 2017 benefit guide here: 2017 Benefit GuideEmployee BenefitsEmployer Sponsored Benefits
- Health and major medical insurance through United Healthcare myuhc.com
- Prescription drug plan
Employees can call EAP at 1-888-887-4114
- Dental plan for full-time employees and family through Delta Dental consumertoolkit.com
Term life insurance for full-time employees through MetLife metlife.comVoluntary Benefits
- Vision through EyeMed eyemed.com
- Universal life with long term care through Trustmark
- Accident policy through Trustmark
- Identity theft protection through LifeLock
- Health Savings Account (HSA) with generous district contribution for health plan participants
- DCS Fit Wellness Program
- Sick leave transfer from other Ohio public employment within 10 years.
- Entry-year teacher program & resident educator program
- Employee discount programs (Events, Health, Fitness, and Nutrition)
- Tuition reimbursement for up to 6 semester hours of graduate credit per year
- District sponsored staff development opportunities
- Direct deposit to banks/credit union
- Federal loan forgiveness with qualifying service in qualifying buildings
- Direct deductions for 529 and 403(b) and 457 (b) plans
NOTICE: Transparency In Coverage Rule:
As a self-funded health plan, the Delaware City Schools is complying with the transparency in coverage rule. Please click the link that follows to access the files: UHC Transparency in Coverage files
NOTICE: Retirement Savings Accounts
For all staff currently contributing to a 403(b) and/or 457 retirement plan or wishing to do so in the future.
We are pleased to announce effective immediately (April 2021) that Delaware City Schools has secured TSACG as an administrator for your retirement plans. TSACG is an independent provider of compliance administration services. We are very pleased to have TSACG as a partner, and as an employer we are committed to providing employees with exceptional service and competitive options for supplemental retirement plans. Information about "Who TSACG is" as well as how to submit a transaction to the company is below: