• ATU Benefits Information

    How to enroll: Online Enrollment Instructions. You can now enroll online from a home computer with Two-Step Authentification
    Note: Initial set up must be done while on the PPS network -- at a PPS school or office. If using wifi, use the secure "pps-wifi" not "pps-wifi-guest".

    Medical Package Options

    ATU - Full-Time

    Benefits Effective January 1st, 2020

    Additional Information: Health and Welfare Trust

    Covering a Domestic Partnership:

    Affidavit of Domestic Partnership (due within 3 days of enrolling. Free notaries available in Human Resources)

    Eligible Dependents

    *Enrolled dependents are subject to dependent eligibility verification. Click here for additional information

    Legal Spouse

    Domestic Partner - same sex or opposite sex, living together for six or more months prior to enrollment.  Affidavit Required

    Child (up to age 26)

    • biological child
    • legally adopted or legally placed for adoption
    • legally placed
    • step-child
    • Domestic Partner's child Affidavit Required

    Disabled Dependent Child (over age 26)

    District Paid Benefits


    Group Term Life/AD & D | The Standard Group Policy Number: 750971-A
    Full-time employees who enroll in a medical plan are automatically enrolled in a $30,000 term life insurance policy and a $30,000 accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance policy. We strongly encourage you to complete The Standard Beneficiary Designation form found at http://sdtrust.com/resources.html. Part-time employees enrolled in an Option 2 medical plan do not have this benefit.

    Long Term Disability (LTD) | The Standard Group Policy Number: 750971-B
    All full-time employees enrolled in a medical plan pay the full cost of the long-term disability (LTD) coverage. Premiums are withheld from the employee’s pay on an after-tax basis. The LTD insurance is a salary replacement policy for an injury or illness sustained off the job. Following a 90-day waiting period, benefits are payable at the rate of 60% of the employee’s earnings prior to the disability, up to a maximum of $3,500 per month. Benefits are nontaxable. Part-time employees enrolled in an Option 2 medical plan do not have this benefit.

    Employee Assistance Program (EAP): provides services to help people privately resolve problems that may interfere with work, family, and life. For a complete list of services or to access services online go to www.MyRBH.com - access code: OEBB, Company IF for Wellness Works Portal 10607. You can also access services by calling 866-750-1327. This benefit is available to anyone living in your household whether enrolled in your medical insurance or not.

    Voluntary Benefits (Employee Paid)

    Credit Union Membership: PPS employees and their immediate family members are eligible to join the following credit unions for banking services such as savings, checking, IRAs, Certificates of Deposit, loans, and a variety of other services:

    ·         OnPoint Credit Union - Contact OnPoint Customer Service at 1-800-527-3932

    OnPoint Credit Union Special Offers

    ·         Consolidated Federal Credit Union - Contact Consolidated Federal Credit Union Member Services at 503-232-8070

    Flexible Spending Account (FSA): is a way for you to save income taxes when paying for eligible Health Care or Dependent Care expenses. FSA is a use it or lose it plan. Amounts not used by the plan year-end will be forfeited to the plan. Employees must re-enroll at open enrollment each year to continue participation for the next plan year.

    FSA Information


    Optional Life: Employees may purchase additional term life insurance form themselves and spouse/domestic partner on a self-pay basis. The benefit values range from $10,000 to $500,000, in increments of $10,000.

    More information: Click Here 

    Trimet Transit Pass: Employees may purchase a monthly transit pass on a pre-tax basis.

    More information: Click Here 

    Retirement Planning - PERS and 403(b)

    OPSRP- Oregon Public Services Retirement Plan (formerly PERS): Membership is established after completion of a six (6) month waiting period for employees who work at least 600 hours per year and requires a mandatory employee contribution of 6% of gross salary on a pre-tax basis. If you are an existing Oregon PERS member, your mandatory contributions begin immediately. 

    More information: Click Here

    403(b): is a voluntary supplemental retirement savings program offered under section 403(b) of the Internal Revenue Code and is called the Tax-Sheltered Annuity Plan ("TSA Plan"). This is an employee funded plan and there is no district match.

    More information: Click Here

    Retirement Self-Pay Rates:  Click Here

    Enrollment (within 31 days)

    New hires and employees with job changes will receive an email with next steps for benefits enrollment once their employment is fully processed. You have 31 calendar days to from your start date to enroll in benefits. However, to receive benefits beginning the 1st of the month after eligibility, your enrollment must be submitted by the 20th of the month.

    Current employees with life events have 31 days from the event date to make benefits changes please click here.

    Affordable Care Act


    Affidavit of Domestic Partnership - if enrolling a domestic partner in your medical plan or purchasing life insurance. Due within 3 days of enrollment.

    IAP - PERS Beneficiary Designation

    Trimet Transit Pass 

Benefits Inquires

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Benefits Inquires benefits@pps.net
Benefits Contact Information http://www.pps.net/Page/11642
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