Benefits Information

Sara Adamy, Benefits Coordinator
509.663.8162 x33224

School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program

Get ready to enroll in the SEBB Program January 1, 2020!

What is SEBB?
Starting January 1, 2020 all eligible school employees of Washington State school districts and charter schools will receive statewide insurance benefits through the School Employees Benefits Board(SEBB). The Legislature established the SEBB Program to ensure all school employees and their families have access to affordable, high-quality health care.

4 Things you should know to prepare for SEBB Open Enrollment this Fall:

  1. The SEBB Program’s first annual open enrollment is October 1 through November 15, 2019. Coverage is effective January 1, 2020. If you do not select plans during open enrollment you will automatically be enrolled into defaulted plans.
  2. Your current plans, rates, and deductibles will be carried through December 31st, 2019 as planned for the transition to SEBB.
  3. Everyone will need to provide documents that prove your dependents are eligible, even if you have previously verified them with your employer, such as a marriage or birth certificate, certificate of domestic partnership, or tax return, before they can be enrolled under your coverage. The full list of acceptable documents will be in the School Employee Initial Enrollment Guide that will be mailed out in mid-September.
  4. If you or your children are currently enrolled in Washington Apple Health(Medicaid) coverage, and you are eligible for SEBB Program coverage, you must enroll yourself and your children in SEBB benefits. You cannot waive SEBB medical benefits for Apple Health coverage, but you can be enrolled in both. If you are a current Apple Health client, you can apply for the Premium Payment Program, which provides reimbursement for your SEBB Program medical premiums.

Soon to come:
A new online enrollment system called SEBB My Account will make it easy and accessible to make your elections on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will be able to check your provider’s availability online to see if your current providers are in-network.

There will be an in-person benefits fair in October and a virtual benefits fair will be available for you to access 24/7 during the open enrollment period.

*Stay tuned for updates in the following months regarding plan choices and rates.

The School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program FAQ page contains answers to many program specific questions and it is updated frequently as new information becomes available. The FAQ is available here:

Shipowick-Smith Counseling & Recovery Center
Our EAP Counselors:
Mary Madland 509-670-0767 
Cheryl Short 509-662-9526

Employee Assistance Program
24 Hour Crisis Hotline:

Rehn & Associates
FAQ's About Your Benny® Prepaid Benefits Card
Eligible Expenses

Certificated Teaching Staff

To Make any changes to your Medical, Dental or Vision coverage or to sign up for insurance coverage you will need to call Aon Benefits Center at 1-855-668-5039.

For specific plan information by carrier please contact the carrier directly

WEA Select Medical Plans Group #285730
Concierge/Customer Service: 1.855.878.4101
Teladoc: 1.855.TELADOC(835.2362)

United Healthcare
WEA Select Medical Plans Group#911302
Concierge/Customer Service: 1.844.219.3630
Virtual Visits/Doctor on Demand

Aon – Hewitt
Your Benefits Resources
WEA Select Benefits Center

Vision Service Provider(VSP)
Group #30077350

Delta Dental
Group #00186

Classified - Administrators, Para, Secretary, Technical, M&O, Food Service, Bus Drivers, Non-Rep, District Office

Premera Blue Cross Group #4012254
Customer Service: 1.855.756.0798
Teladoc: 1.855.332.4059
24-hour NurseLine: 1.800.841.8343

Premera Blue Cross: Summaries of Benefits & Coverage (SBC)

Qualified High Deductible Health Plan (QHDHP)
EasyChoice A
EasyChoice B
Plan 2
Plan 3
Plan 5

If you have questions please contact the Benefits Coordinator, Sara Adamy at or 663-8162 ext. 33224.