Employee Benefits

  • Welcome to the updated Bainbridge Island School District employee benefits page. There is important information in this page regarding timelines and next steps for our current benefits and our new benefits starting under the School Employee Benefits Board (SEBB) Program.


Current Benefits (Ends 12/31/2019)

  • Benefit Eligible Employees

    Certificated employees with at least a .467 FTE contract and classified employees who work at least four hours per day are eligible to participate in the districts’ benefit program.  These employees receive a state contribution for the cost of premiums.

    Required benefits at no cost to employees include dental, vision and long term disability insurance.  Dental and vision plans cover the entire family.  Medical insurance is an optional benefit that is subsidized by the state allocation.  Short-term disability is another optional benefit that is paid by the employee.

    Most positions qualify for state retirement plans with a district and employee contribution.  For state retirement information contact Pamela Sloan, Payroll Officer, 206-780-1062 or psloan@bisd303.org  or go to www.drs.wa.gov.

    Our benefits website, managed by Sprague Israel Giles, Inc. provides detailed information about district offered benefits programs.  Go to www.ourpasswordpage.com to access this site, password: bisd.

    For specific questions, benefits website login, or additional information about your benefits please contact Laura Perry, 206-780-1068 or lperry@bisd303.org.


SEBB Benefits

  • All existing health plans through the Bainbridge Island School District (BISD) will terminate effective December 31, 2019.

    Starting in the 2019-20 school year, all Washington State K-12 school employees will begin receiving health insurance and benefits through the statewide School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program.

    The SEBB Program will replace the health and insurance benefits BISD currently provides. The first SEBB Program open enrollment is October 1–November 15, 2019. Benefits begin January 1, 2020. Below is a summary of benefit offerings, program eligibility and how health insurance will be funded. You can learn more about the SEBB Program by visiting the SEBB website and you can learn even more about the plans and enrollment through the SEBB enrollment guide.

  • Helpful Links

  • Benefit Plans

  • Medical

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Long Term Disability (LTD)

  • Life Insurance


What Makes SEBB Different From What We Have Now?

  • Beyond coverage, there are three significant differences to be aware of when we switch to SEBB. Here are three commonly asked questions that address these differences.

  • What happens if I do not take any action?

  • Who is eligible for coverage?

  • How will health insurance be paid?

  • Why are we making these changes?