This page represents the School Employee Benefits Board (SEBB) high-level information that applies to most of our staff.
Shown in the graph below is the medical plan pricing for staff who live in Clark County. If you live outside of Clark County, click here to view plan pricing for all Washington counties.
View this printable Medical Benefits Cost Comparison. (Plans available to those residing in Clark County have been highlighted in yellow.) Visit Compare Plans to review benefits and coverages of medical, dental, and vision plans as well as optional, additional benefits available to you.
How to Enroll
Visit SEBB My Account during open enrollment (October 1 through November 15) to complete your enrollment. A link to My Account will be live on October 1.
If enrolling dependents, make sure you have proof of eligibility. Dependents will not be covered under your account until they have been verified (approved) for enrollment. A list of acceptable documents is located on the Dependent verification webpage.
During open enrollment, you can learn more about health plans and other insurance options by attending one of the SEBB Program’s benefits fairs. Our local fair will be held at ESD 112 on October 7, 2019, from 3-8 PM in the Southwest, Clark, Klickitat, and Pacific meeting rooms.
A virtual benefits fair is a new way to learn about your benefit options through an online experience — and it’s available anytime, day or night, during the first annual open enrollment.
Visit and explore to learn more about all the benefits available. You will find links to videos, downloadable content, provider searches, and other information to help you choose the right plans for you and your dependents. Use your computer, tablet, or smartphone to visit at your own pace. (Note: The virtual benefits fair will be available beginning October 1.)
Contact the Plans
You should contact the plans directly when you have questions about:
- Benefit details (including Rx coverage)
- Finding a doctor or dentist
- ID cards
- Copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, or claims
- Health plan complaints or appeals
- Using the plan’s website
Find the phone numbers and websites of the plan you wish to contact.