Marshall ISD and First Financial would like to take this opportunity to present to you the benefit information for the September 1, 2022 - August 31, 2023 year.
This informational website has been created to bring forth a brief overview of your benefit choices as well as offer you a reference guide when questions arise regarding your insurance plans. Please take the time to look over the information contained on this website to familiarize yourself with the benefits that are provided to you as an employee of Marshall ISD.
If you are interested in our benefits guide, you can view the booklet at Benefits Booklet. This will give you all the information in a one stop shop.
You may add or cancel coverage during the plan if you have a change in family status. You must notify the benefits department within 30 days of the changes.
What is Open Enrollment?
Open Enrollment is for already employed employees for the district. Open enrollment. The open enrollment period allows you to review, change or continue benefit elections every year. Keep in mind that benefit plan changes are only allowed throughout the plan year if it is during open enrollment or you have a qualified Section 125 event. During open enrollment, you can do the following:
Elect or decline coverage, in addition to changing existing coverage.
Review personal information and verify that covered dependents are named on the plan. (If there are inconsistencies between your personal and/or benefit information, you will need to notify your employer.)
Confirm that the correct dependents are selected in order to be covered for every benefit including medical, dental, vision, etc.
New employees hired after September 1, 2022 will have 30 days from your actively at work date to make benefit elections.
MISD and First Financial also offer several types of life insurance, critical illness, 403(b) Retirement Plans, Health Flexibility Spending Plans (FSA), Dependent Care FSA, Health Savings Account (HSA) COBRA, and Clever RX. Click here to review All Benefits page to find information about these programs.
Employee Assistance Program
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – District Provided
We All Need Help Every Now and Then
Problems are just a part of everyday life. You and your household members have access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to help with everyday challenges of life that may affect your health, family and desire to excel at work.
Your EAP Can Help You Resolve a Broad Range of Issues Including:
Marriage, Relationship and Family Problems
Problems at Work
Changes in Mood
Legal and Financial Issues
Stress and Anxiety
Alcohol and Drug Dependency
Health and Wellness Concerns