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Lily Galindo, Benefits/Risk Management Coordinator
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Ashley Elmore, Benefits Specialist
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Welcome to the Dickinson ISD Benefits Homepage. Here you will find basic information about the benefits offered by DISD as well as resources to our services.
Five Common Health Care Pitfalls to Look Out For
1. Using an Out-Of-Network Doctor - The most expensive mistake to make and the easiest to avoid.
2. Going to an Emergency Room for a Non-Emergency Condition - ER's are for life-threatening conditions that require immediate attention.
3. Paying Too Much for Diagnostic Services - Higher cost doesn't always equal higher quality.
4. Always Getting the Brand-Name Medication - Many common medications also have generic versions available.
5. Failing to Double Check Your Bill - Millions of claims are filed every year.
Start planning for retirement today!
For questions regarding a 403b and 457 Retirement Plan, please contact TCG Administrators directly at 1-800-943-9179 anytime during the year. You may also go to www.tcgservices.com for more information.
Spring District Baby Shower!
If you are expecting or plan to have a baby, please join us:
Date: April 23, 2019
Time: 4:15 p.m - 5:00 p.m.
Location: ESC Boardroom
RSVP to Ashley Elmore, Benefits Specialist at
281-229-6049 or email@example.com
All benefits for the 2018-2019 school year will be effective from September 1, 2018 - August 31, 2019.
Enrollment for all benefits (medical, vision, dental, etc.) is available July 16 - August 17, 2018. After this time, benefit enrollment is only available to new hires and/or employees with a family status change/qualifying life event.
Employees injured on the job must report such injury to the campus nurse or his/her immediate supervisor when the injury occurs and complete the required documentation. The supervisor or designee must complete the Accident Investigation Report with as much information as available. This information should then be forwarded to Human Resources the same day of the accident or as soon as you are notified of the accident. Regardless if the employee seeks medical treatment or not a report must be completed and sent to HR. If medical treatment is needed, the employee or supervisor must notify HR and may go to one of the approved clinics. The employee may also go to the doctor of their choice, as long as the doctor accepts workers' compensation claims and is willing to file any necessary forms. The District's workers' compensation insurance is with Claims Administrative Services and they can be reached at 1-800-765-2412 or www.cas-services.com.
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