The track at Scott Johnson Middle School will be closed for the summer for maintenance. It will reopen at the beginning of the school year.



Vega Elementary Cub Scout waiting to begin a flag ceremony.

Vega Elementary Cub Scout waiting to begin a flag ceremony.

New benefits portal / enrollment site:

Telephonic assistance, including bilingual assistance, will be available during open enrollment by calling 866.914.5202.

Benefits Documents

2023-24 Benefits Guide

Qualifying Life Event

A Qualifying Life Event, as defined by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), provides a special enrollment period for employees and dependents when there is a loss of other coverage or a gain of additional dependents (e.g., birth, adoption, and marriage). An employee may be able to enroll in coverage, change plan options, or change the dependents he or she covers during a plan year if the employee, or the dependent, has a special enrollment event under applicable law.

Changes in employee and/or dependent coverage must be requested within 30 days of the special enrollment event. If the employee does not request the appropriate changes during the applicable special enrollment period, the changes cannot be made until the next plan enrollment period or, if applicable, until another special enrollment event occurs.

What are the requirements to make a change?

You must send the corresponding supporting documentation as described below, along with a completed Benefits Change Form to MISD benefits department within 30 days of the event.

  • BIRTH – verification of birth facts from the hospital or birth certificate
    * The effective date of the newborn’s coverage is the date of birth. If the employee does not notify the Benefits Administrator within the above noted 30-day period, the request to add coverage will be denied — even if there would be no change in premium. It is not necessary to wait for the newborn’s Social Security number to enroll.
  • ADOPTION – adoption papers
  • DEATH – death certificate
  • MARRIAGE – marriage license
  • DIVORCE – divorce decree (first and last pages with judge’s signature)
  • INVOLUNTARY LOSS OF COVERAGE – certificate of creditable coverage or statement on letterhead from terminating group insurance plan. The following must be included:
    – who was covered
    – date the coverage ends
    – type of coverage
  • GAINING OTHER COVERAGE – statement on letterhead from new insurance provider or confirmation of enrollment. The following must be included:
    – who is covered
    – date coverage started
    – type of coverage

Leave / Workers’ Compensation

Heather Davidson, HR Specialist – Leave / Workers’ Compensation
Phone: 469-302-4102
Fax: 469-302-2811
[email protected]

  • Family Medical Leave/Temporary Disability Leave

    The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides eligible employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave per year for any of the following reasons:

    • Employee’s own serious health condition
    • Birth and care of newborn child or placement of a child for adoption or foster care
    • To care for an immediate family member with a serious health condition
    • A qualifying exigency resulting from a covered family member’s active duty or call to duty
    • To care for a family member who is a covered U.S. service member or veteran who was injured in the line of duty

    Leave Documents

  • Workers’ Compensation

    Workers’ Compensation Insurance provided through the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Risk Management Fund. Effective September 1, 2007 the TASB Risk Management Fund is utilizing the Political Subdivision Workers’ Compensation Alliance (“The Alliance”) to provide medical treatment to injured workers.

    Work Related Injury Employee Checklist

    Workers’ Compensation Alliance Treatment Locations

    Optum First Fill Prescription Card

Sick Leave Bank

Heather Davidson, HR Specialist
Phone: 469-302-4102
Fax: 469-302-2811
[email protected]

Privacy Practice and Required Notices

Please refer to the links below to review all required notices, for Pre-Existing Condition Exclusions, Notice of Privacy Practices, Notice of Continuation of Coverage Rights under COBRA, Notice regarding Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other required notifications