Employee BenefitsSchool Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) ProgramMedical, Dental, Vision - Manage your benefits from Benefits 24/7
SEBB Benefits 24/7 uses Secure Access Washington (SAW) multi-factor authentication (MFA). The recommendation is to use your personal email when creating your account. That will allow you to continue to use your login should you move to a different district.
The first step – Create a SAW account
The following steps are necessary before you can log into SEBB Benefits 24/7 for the first time (if you do not already have a SAW account).
Visit the SEBB Virtual Benefits Fair to gather information on the following benefits available to you:
SEBB Long-Term Disability Insurance
The SEBB Program provides employer-paid and employee-paid long-term disability (LTD) insurance to school employees enrolled in the full benefits package. These benefits are provided through Standard Insurance Company.
Department of Retirement Systems (DRS)
New Employees choosing a Retirement Plan (SERS, TRS): Click Here to view a video
For questions regarding your retirement plan, please call 1-800-547-6657 or visit the website at http://www.drs.wa.gov.
If you have not yet done so, create an online account with the Department of Retirement Systems. You can complete a retirement application online, ideally 30 to 90 days before your retirement date. Sign up for an account and request an official benefit estimate to begin the application process. A more detailed checklist of the DRS process is available at DRS: Retirement Planning Checklist (wa.gov).
The Department of Retirement Systems’ Education & Outreach team has updated the webinar schedule. To review the schedule, and how to join a live DRS Zoom webinar, please select Webinars.
For information about retiree health benefits, contact Washington State Health Care Authority at 1-800-200-1004.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
EAP provides FREE/CONFIDENTIAL/AVAILABLE 24/7 help for TSD employees and their eligible dependents. Find out more about this program and its valuable resources HERE. Username: tsd
Long Term Care Options
WA Cares Fund is the result of years of research on how to make long-term care affordable for everyone in Washington. Before creating the program, the state studied data and worked with experts to explore public and private solutions.
Based on that research, WA Cares Fund was designed to offer a modest benefit at an affordable cost. The program provides everyone with a modest level of coverage and people who want more can buy supplemental private insurance, much like how Social Security and 401(k) plans work together.
For more information on the WA Cares Act, access the link below:
Required Employer Notifications
Contact InformationJennifer Bush, Benefits Coordinator(360) 709-7026