Healthcare Resources

Open Enrollment 2022

2022 Open Enrollment for the School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program’s health care benefits runs from Monday, Oct. 25 to Monday, Nov. 22.

Open enrollment is your opportunity to make changes to your health plan benefits, with changes effective January 1, 2022.

Visit SEBB's Open Enrollment website

Log Into SEBB My Account

What’s New For 2022?

  • Long-Term Disability (LTD) benefit: Unless already enrolled in LTD coverage, all SEBB-eligible employees will be auto enrolled into an employee-paid LTD plan. You may choose whether to reduce or waive this coverage.
  • Flexible Spending Arrangements (FSAs) and DCAP: SEBB is changing how Medical FSAs address unspent funds, offer a new Limited Purpose FSA and provide more time for those with DCAP funds to spend them.
  • Dual Enrollment: SEBB-eligible employees and dependents may no longer be dual enrolled in a SEBB plan and a Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) Plan.

What Changes Can I Make?

  • Change medical, dental and vision plans.
  • Add or remove dependents.
  • Reattest to the spouse or state-registered domestic partner premium surcharge (SRDP) (if you received a letter asking you to reattest.)
  • Enroll in the Medical FSA, Limited Purpose FSA (new for 2022), or DCAP through Navia Benefit Solutions.
  • Consider your long-term disability insurance coverage (changes are coming for 2022).
  • Waive your medical coverage if you are enrolled in other employer-based group medical, a TRICARE plan, or Medicare.
  • Enroll in medical coverage if you previously waived.

How Do I Make Changes?

Log in to SEBB My Account starting October 25, 2021.

How Do I Learn More?

You can find information on premiums, plan comparisons, premium surcharges and visit the Virtual Benefits Fair on SEBB’s Open Enrollment website.

If you have questions about your benefits or account, please contact RSD’s Benefits Specialist, Amy Tycksen, at or Payroll Manager Angie Hendricks at


The State of Washington provides health plans for medical, dental and vision care for all school employees across the state. This insurance program is managed by the School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) of the Washington State Health Care Authority.

SEBB aims to standardize benefits, rules, and costs for those working in K-12 education across the state. All staff who work at least 630 hours in a school year qualify for full benefits. 

Health Plan Contact Information

Need a new insurance ID card, follow up on a claim or other plan-specific information or assistance? Find your plan provider below to see you can reach out to them.

Kaiser Permanente Washington
(Core 1, Core 2, Core 3)

Online: Kaiser Permanente Washington for school employees
Phone: (888)-901-4636

Premera Blue Cross
(High PPO, Standard PPO)

Online: Premera Blue Cross for school employees
Phone: (800) 807-7310

Uniform Medical Plan
(Achieve 1, Achieve 2, High Deductible)

Online: Uniform Medical Plan for school employees
Phone: (800) 628-3481

Washington State Rx Services for Uniform Medical Plan Subscribers

Online: Prescription drug information for school employees
Phone: (888) 361-1611

(administered by Delta Dental of Washington)

Online: DeltaCare for school employees
Phone: (800)-650-1583

Uniform Dental Plan
(administered by Delta Dental of Washington)

Online: Uniform Dental Plan for school employees
Phone: (800) 537-3406

Willamette Dental Group

Online: Willamette Dental Group for school employees
Phone: (855) 433-6825

Davis Vision, Inc.

Online: Davis Vision for school employees
Phone: (877) 377-9353

EyeMed Vision Care

Online: EyeMed Vision Care for school employees
Phone: (800) 699-0993


Online: MetLife Vision for school employees
Phone: (855) 638-3931

Frequently Asked Questions

Angela Hendricks
Payroll Manager
(509) 967-6012

Amy Tycksen
Benefits Specialist
(509) 967-6020