SAMMinistries, a United Way Agency, is an interfaith ministry and their mission is to help the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless attain self-sufficiency. This year the San Antonio AFL-CIO will be collecting donations for SAMMinistries School Supply Drive. We will be collecting donations until August 1st!
Please bring your donation(s) of school supplies to the offices of the San Antonio AFL-CIO located at 231 W Cypress #115. We have attached a school supply list and school uniform list. You can also make a monetary donation. For questions please call us at (210) 226-8447. Continue reading
Click here to review the approved administrative appointments and promotions from the July 9, 2014 school board meeting.
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Click here to review the approved administrative appointments and promotions from the June 16, 2014 school board meeting.
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BY FRANCISCO VARA-ORTA : JUNE 4, 2014 : Updated: June 4, 2014 1:45pm
SAN ANTONIO — The numbers looked funny to San Antonio Independent School District officials and to a local teachers’ union president.
A study reported SAISD teachers miss work more often than in the major school districts in Texas’ other three largest metro areas, released Tuesday by the National Council on Teacher Quality.
On Wednesday, the Washington-based think tank apologized and issued a correction — the school district it picked to analyze in Bexar County in a study of teacher absenteeism in 40 districts across the United States was Northside ISD, not SAISD.
Read more about those findings at ExpressNews.com.
On May 19, the SAISD Board of Trustees approved the district health insurance plan that will become effective November 1, 2014. The Board accepted the Employee Benefits Committee recommendation for United Healthcare. The committee spent 24 hours over five meetings to review and evaluate proposals submitted by carriers. Factors considered by the committee included cost, benefits, size of network, and service. Continue reading
The school board also approved the district dental insurance. The district is “self-funded” for the dental insurance but pays a third party to administer the plan.
Highlights of the dental insurance plan include:
- $0 option for “employee only” coverage
- Deductible is waived for preventative dental services
- Implants are covered under major dental services for replacement of any tooth lost prior or after coverage (currently covered only if lost after)
The district contributes $17.43 per employee per month for the dental plan. The employee contribution for the new plan will be as follows: