School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program
The School Employees Benefits Board sets eligibility requirements, approves premiums for medical, dental, and vision plans, and approves the plans that provide health benefits to more than 129,000 eligible employees of the state’s school districts and charter schools, as well as union-represented employees of the nine educational service districts. The members are appointed by the Governor and represent a wide range of members and expertise. Working together with staff in HCA’s Employees and Retirees Benefits Division, the Board ensures that SEBB members receive the best benefits at the most affordable cost possible. The SEB Board is separate and independent from the Public Employee Benefits Board (PEBB).
The SEB Board meets from January to July to discuss SEBB benefits. Their meetings are always open to the public.
- To help ensure SEBB Program members have access to high-quality health care and information.
- To provide information and resources to support employee wellness by making the healthy choice the easy choice.