District RetireesThe Roseville Joint Union High School District offers employees the option of continuing existing District-enrolled health benefit plans into retirement. Retirees are responsible for the full premium cost of their plan.Early Retirees (under 65) who discontinue their medical coverage cannot re-enroll later. Medicare retirees who terminate their medical plan have a one-time option to re-enroll in a SIG medical plan during a subsequent open enrollment within three (3) years from the date of retirement. Retirees who discontinue dental or vision coverage will not be allowed to re-enroll later.
Early Retirees Medical Plans 2019-20
Kaiser:Sutter Health Plus:
- Sutter High Deductible HMO (HSA eligible) Deductible: $2,500 Ind./$2,700 Ind. Family Mbr./$5,000 Family
- Sutter Mid High Deductible HMO (HSA eligible) Deductible: $1,500 Ind./$2,700 Ind. Family Mbr./$3,000 Family
- Sutter HMO
Western Health Advantage:*If an Early Retiree (under age 65) moves out of state or out of the service area, the only available medical insurance option is a Blue Shield plan, available only in this circumstance.Blue Shield Enrollment Form
Medicare Retirees Medical Plans 2019-20
- Kaiser Senior Advantage Plan E
- Kaiser Enrollment Form
- United Health Care Medicare Advantage PPO
- United Health Care Enrollment Form
Please be advised that both United Health Care and Hartford’s Open Enrollment will take place in the Fall, with an effective date of January 1, 2019. If you have any questions about this special enrollment, please contact SIG at 800-442-4199.
Delta Dental PPO: Delta Dental PlanVSP Vision Care: VSP PlanPLEASE NOTE: Retirees who discontinue dental or vision coverage will not be able to re-enroll later.
If you would like more information regarding our Retiree plan details and costs, please contact Susan Pierson, Benefits Coordinator, at (916) 782-6565 Ext. 1028.