Teacher Resources

AUTO INSURANCE:

Blue Cross Blue Shield is the primary payor for health services if you are in an auto accident.  If in the past you added the rider to your auto policy which made auto the primary payor, you can cancel this rider.  This will likely reduce your auto insurance rates.  If your insurance carrier requests a letter verifying this change contact GPPS benefits. 

HEALTH ENROLLMENT LAW CHANGE:

Due to a change in the law (effective 9-1-14):   Employee + one child is no longer considered family coverage.  As of this date Employee + Child will now be at the 2-Person rate.  Employee + more than one child is charged the family rate.  Employee + Spouse (no children) is charged the 2-Person rate + $600 Spousal Surcharge.  A spouse that has primary insurance through their own employer can be added to GP Insurance as secondary coverage (Coordination of Benefits) and is NOT charged the $600 spousal surcharge.

FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS:

Eligible FSA health care expenses can include but are not limited to:  Deductibles + Co-pays + Office visit co-pays + Well baby care + Immunizations + Psychologists + Physical Therapy + Chiropractors + Orthodontics + Eye exams + Glasses / Contacts + Hearing Exam / Hearing Aid + Rx co-pay + Acupuncture. 

FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS RECEIPTS:

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) receipts should be kept for 7 years.  An Explanation of Benefits (EOB) is the best way to document FSA expenditures. 

AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE ACT:

The Affordable Health Care Act does not affect teachers who carry the district’s health insurance. 

LIFE INSURANCE:  NEA Life Insurance Program

Educators Employment Liability (ELL) Program   NEA information regarding ELL Program

If you are involved in any situation, which you believe is covered by the ELL Program, notify your GPEA President.

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:  Ulliance
Ulliance provides  confidential assistance with any type of personal problem or work-life challenge.  This service is paid for by GPPS.
 1-800-448-8326  ULLIANCE Website