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					    BENEFIT PROGRAM

2008 BENEFIT PLAN SUMMARY
 If you (and/or your dependents) have Medicare or will become eligible for
Medicare in the next 12 months, a Federal law gives you more choices about
     your prescription drug coverage. Please see page 7 for more details.



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                                           INTRODUCTION


El Segundo Unified School District takes pride in offering a benefits program that provides flexibility
for the diverse and changing needs of employees. ESUSD offers employees’ and their family
members a full range of benefits. You choose the options that best meet your needs.

                           Two Medical HMO Plans
                           Medical PPO Plan
                           DHMO Dental Plan
                           PPO Dental Plan
                           Vision Plan
                           Basic Life and AD&D Plan

The information in this summary is not intended to take the place of or change the official Plan
Documents or Evidence of Coverage. In the event the information in this brochure should differ
from the Plan Document, the Plan Document shall prevail.

Your medical contributions (the amount above the District’s cap) will be made through payroll
deductions and are made on a pre-tax basis. That is, you do not pay taxes on that portion of
your income that goes toward your benefit contributions. If you do not want your contributions
deducted on a pre-tax basis, you must notify El Segundo Unified School District’s
Payroll/Employee Benefits Department in writing.


                                              ELIGIBILITY

You are eligible for El Segundo Unified School District’s Benefit Program if you are:

CERTIFICATED
    a full-time unit member working an 100% assignment;
    a unit member who works at least 50% of full-time employment shall be eligible for an
       employee only district paid HMO medical plan
    a part-time unit member working a one hundred percent (100%) assignment for one semester
       and no assignment for the other semester of the school year; or
    a part-time unit member working a fifty percent (50%) assignment for each semester.

CLASSIFIED
   a full-time unit member working 40 hours per week
   a part-time unit member working six (6) hour or more per day
   a part-time unit member working from four (4) through six (6) hour per day

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MANAGEMENT/CONFIDENTIAL:
   a full-time unit employee working an 100% assignment;

Your effective date is the first day of the month following your date of hire.

After your initial benefit enrollment, unless you qualify for a “special enrollment,” you cannot
make changes in your election or terminate coverage until the next “open enrollment.” Please
refer to the “Special Enrollment Rights” section below for “special enrollment” qualifications.

If you choose to decline coverage for yourself and your dependents you must provide the District
with proof of enrollment in other group medical coverage. This proof can be in the form of a
letter from your spouse’s employer or medical carrier confirming enrollment in their group medical
plan.

Dependent Eligibility
The definition of dependent includes your spouse, domestic partner (must be registered with the
California State Registry), and unmarried child(ren) under 20 years of age or a full-time student
under the age of 25, and who is dependent upon you for more than one-half of his or her
financial support. Unmarried child (ren) includes stepchild (ren), child (ren) placed under a
“qualified medical child support order,” adopted child (ren) or child (ren) placed for adoption


Adding and Excluding Dependents
Newly acquired dependents may be added to the plan during the year by completing the
necessary forms within 30 days of them becoming eligible. If you do not add them within the
30-day period and do not qualify for a “special enrollment” (see below), they will not be
eligible to enroll until the next “open enrollment” period.

Special Enrollment Rights
Other than during the annual “open enrollment” period, you may not change your coverage
unless you qualify for a “special enrollment.” In addition, if you are declining enrollment for you
or your dependents (including your spouse) because of other group medical coverage, you
may in the future be able to enroll yourself or your dependents in this plan, provided that you
qualify for a “special enrollment.” The request for enrollment must be made within 30 days of
your other coverage termination. The following are events that qualify for “special enrollment.”

            Marriage, legal separation, divorce, or death
            Birth, adoption or placement for adoption of a child
            A dependent child’s loss of eligibility due to age or marital status
            Retirement or termination of employment
            Termination of employment or new employment of a spouse
            Change in employment from full-time to part-time or vice versa for you or your
              spouse
            Change in medical coverage by spouse’s employer




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Retirement Planning
For anyone considering retiring during the upcoming Plan Year (Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2008),
remember you must be enrolled in a medical plan (i.e. not elect to opt out of medical) when
you retire or elect medical coverage within 60 days of retirement in order to be able to
continue in that medical, dental and vision plan as a retiree. As such, consider your retirement
plans carefully if you are thinking about opting out of medical for the 2008 plan year.




                   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR BENEFITS


The Newborns and Mothers Health Protection Act:
Group health plans and health insurance issuers generally may not, under Federal law, restrict
benefits for any hospital length of stay in connection with childbirth for the mother or newborn
child to less than 48 hours following a vaginal delivery, or less than 96 hours following a
cesarean delivery. However, Federal law generally does not prohibit the mother’s or
newborn’s attending provider, after consulting with the mother, from discharging the mother
or her newborn earlier than 48 hours (or 96 hours as applicable). In any case, plans and issuers
may not, under Federal law, require that a provider obtain authorization from the plan or the
issuer for prescribing a length of stay not in excess of 48 hours (or 96 hours).

The Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act:
Your health plan, as required by the Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998, provides
benefits for mastectomy-related services including reconstruction and surgery to achieve
symmetry between the breasts, prostheses, and complications resulting from a mastectomy
(including lymphedema). Call your health plan’s Member Services for more information.




         2008 EL SEGUNDO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT HEALTH & WELFARE CONTRIBUTION
                       JANUARY 1, 2008 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2008

      CSEA – FULL-TIME                                                 $7000 ANNUALLY
      CSEA – PART-TIME                                    SEE APPENDIX “D-2” OF YOUR CLASSIFIED CONTRACT

      ESTA – FULL-TIME                                                 $7000 ANNUALLY
      ESTA – PART-TIME                                      PRORATED BASED ON PERCENTAGE OF WORK
                                                                         ASSIGNMENT

      TLC – FULL-TIME                                               $3,613.70 ANNUALLY
      CERTIFICATED EXEMPT MANAGEMENT                                  $10,000 ANNUALLY
      CERTIFICATED EXEMPT – SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST                        $7,000 ANNUALLY
      CONFIDENTIAL CLASSIFED EXEMPT                                   $10,000 ANNUALLY




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                               MEDICAL PLAN OPTIONS

The goal of El Segundo Unified School District is to provide you with affordable, quality health care
benefits. Our medical benefits are designed to help maintain wellness and protect you and your
family from major financial hardship in the event of illness or injury. El Segundo Unified School
District offers a choice of medical plans through Aetna and Kaiser Permanente.

   HMO (Health Maintenance Organization) – The HMO plans offer comprehensive coverage.
    Care is provided or coordinated through each member’s Primary Care Physician (PCP).
    You have a choice between the Aetna HMO plan and the Kaiser HMO plan.

   PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) – The PPO plan is designed to provide choice, two
    levels of service, flexibility and value. Participants have a choice of using Preferred
    Providers (PPO) or going directly to any other physician (non-PPO provider) without a
    referral. Generally, there are annual deductibles to meet before benefits apply. You are
    also responsible for a certain percentage of the charges (co-insurance), and the plan pays
    the balance up to the agreed upon amount.

               Important Note on Non-Participating Providers: The member is responsible for
                payment in addition to any charges above Aetna allowable amounts. The co-
                payment percentage for services indicated is a percentage of allowable
                amounts. Participating providers accept Aetna’s allowable amount as full
                payment for covered services. When members use non-participating providers,
                they must pay the applicable co-payment plus any amount that exceeds Aetna’s
                allowable amount. Charges above the allowable amount do not count toward
                the calendar-year deductible or co-payment maximum.




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                                          MEDICARE D

                    Important Notice from the El Segundo Unified School District About
                            Your Prescription Drug Coverage and Medicare

Please read this notice carefully and keep it where you can find it. This notice has information about
your current prescription drug coverage with the El Segundo Unified School District and prescription
drug coverage for people with Medicare. It also explains the options you have under Medicare
prescription drug coverage and can help you decide whether or not you want to enroll. At the end
of this notice is information about where you can get help to make decisions about your prescription
drug coverage.

1.       Medicare prescription drug coverage became available in 2006 to everyone with Medicare
         through Medicare prescription drug plans and Medicare Advantage Plans that offer
         prescription drug coverage. All Medicare prescription drug plans provide at least a standard
         level of coverage set by Medicare. Some plans may also offer more coverage for a higher
         monthly premium.

2.       The El Segundo Unified School District has determined that the prescription drug coverage
         offered by the El Segundo Unified School District Medical Plan is, on average for all plan
         participants, expected to pay out as much as the standard Medicare prescription drug
         coverage will pay and is considered Creditable Coverage.

     Because your existing coverage is on average at least as good as standard Medicare prescription
       drug coverage, you can keep this coverage and not pay extra if you later decide to enroll in
                                 Medicare prescription drug coverage.

Individuals can enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan when they first become eligible for
Medicare and each year from November 15th through December 31st. Beneficiary’s leaving
employer/union coverage may be eligible for a Special Enrollment Period to sign up for a Medicare
prescription drug plan.

You should compare your current coverage, including which drugs are covered, with the coverage
and cost of the plans offering Medicare prescription drug coverage in your area.

  If you do decide to enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan and drop your El Segundo Unified
School District prescription drug coverage, be aware that you and your dependents may not be able
                                      to get this coverage back.

      Please contact us for more information about what happens to your coverage if you enroll in a
                                     Medicare prescription drug plan.

You should also know that if you drop or lose your coverage with the El Segundo Unified School District
and don’t enroll in Medicare prescription drug coverage after your current coverage ends, you may
pay more (a penalty) to enroll in Medicare prescription drug coverage later.

If you go 63 days or longer without prescription drug coverage that’s a least as good as Medicare’s
prescription drug coverage, your monthly premium will go up at least 1% per month for every month
that you did not have that coverage. For example, if you go nineteen months without coverage,
your premium will always be at least 19% higher than what many other people pay. You’ll have to
pay this higher premium as long as you have Medicare prescription drug coverage. In addition, you
may have to wait until the following November to enroll.



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More detailed information about Medicare plans that offer prescription drug coverage is in the
“Medicare & You” handbook. You’ll get a copy of the handbook in the mail every year from
Medicare. You may also be contacted directly by Medicare prescription drug plans. For more
information about Medicare prescription drug plans:
     Visit www.medicare.gov
     Call your State Health Insurance Assistance Program (see your copy of the Medicare & You
      handbook for their telephone number) for personalized help,
     Call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048.

For people with limited income and resources, extra help paying for Medicare prescription drug
coverage is available. Information about this extra help is available from the Social Security
Administration (SSA) online at www.socialsecurity.gov, or you call them at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-
325-0778).


Remember: Keep this notice. If you enroll in one of the new plans approved by Medicare which
offer prescription drug coverage, you may be required to provide a copy of this notice when you join
to show that you are not required to pay a higher premium amount.

For more information about this notice or your current prescription drug coverage, please contact
our office at 641 Sheldon Street, El Segundo CA 90245 or call Tracy Adams at (310) 615-2650 x 220 or
Sammie Alvarado at (310) 615-2650 x 283. NOTE: You will receive this notice annually and at other
times in the future such as before the next period you can enroll in Medicare prescription drug
coverage, and if this coverage through El Segundo Unified School District changes. You also may
request a copy.




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                  MEDICAL PLAN FEATURES
                                                        HMO OPTIONS
                                                      SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS

                                          AETNA HMO                            KAISER HMO

     PLAN BENEFITS
OFFICE VISITS                                $10 Copay                             $10 Copay

                                          (30-day supply)                        (100-day supply)
PRESCRIPTION DRUG
                                             $5 Generic                            $5 Generic
(must use a participating
                                             $15 Brand                              $15 Brand
pharmacy)
                                         $30 Non-Formulary

                                          (90-day supply)
                                                                                (100-day supply)
PRESCRIPTION DRUG - MAIL ORDER              $10 Generic
                                                                                   $5 Generic
                                             $30 Brand
                                                                                   $15 Brand
                                         $60 Non-Formulary

EMERGENCY SERVICES                          $25 Copay                             $50 Copay
                                        (waived if admitted)                  (waived if admitted)
DEDUCTIBLE                                     None                                  None

PLAN LIFETIME MAXIMUM                        Unlimited                             Unlimited

ROUTINE PHYSICAL EXAMS                       $10 Copay                             $10 Copay

CHIROPRACTIC                                    N/A                      $10 Copay (20 visits/calendar
                                                                                    year)

VISION EXAM (Refraction)                     $10 Copay                            $10 Copay
                                                                         ($150 hardware allowance/ 24
                                                                                   months)
HOSPITAL SERVICES
  Inpatient                                  No charge                             No charge

   Outpatient                                No charge                             $10 Copay

OUTPATIENT LAB & X-RAY                       $10 Copay                             No charge

SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
   Inpatient                           No charge (detox only)               No charge (detox only)

   Outpatient                         $10 Copay (detox only)                $10 Copay (detox only)

MENTAL HEALTH
  Inpatient                      No charge (30 days/calendar year )    No charge (30 days/calendar year)
   Outpatient                    $25 Copay (20 visits/calendar year)   $10 Copay (20 visits/calendar year)

TENTHLY EMPLOYEE COST
Employee Only                                 $361.37                              $478.66
Employee Plus One Dependent                   $740.81                              $957.30
Employee Plus Two or More                    $1,105.79                            $1,244.50
Dependents

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The information in this summary is not intended to take the place of, or change the official Plan Documents or Evidence of Coverage.
In the event that the information in this brochure differs from the Plan Document, the Plan Document shall prevail.


                                   MEDICAL PLAN FEATURES
                                                                                     AETNA PPO

                                                                    PPO                                    NON-PPO
                                                                IN-NETWORK                              OUT-OF-NETWORK
               PLAN BENEFITS
        OFFICE VISITS                                               $10 Copay                                       30%

                                                               (30-day supply)                              (30-day supply)
        PRESCRIPTION DRUG                                         $5 Generic                                   $5 Generic
        (must use a participating pharmacy)                       $15 Brand                                    $15 Brand
                                                              $30 Non-Formulary                            $30 Non-Formulary

                                                               (90-day supply)                               90-day supply)
                                                                 $10 Generic                                  $10 Generic
        PRESCRIPTION DRUG - MAIL ORDER
                                                                  $30 Brand                                    $30 Brand
                                                              $60 Non-Formulary                            $60 Non-Formulary

        EMERGENCY SERVICES                                   10% after $100 Copay                         10% after $100 Copay

        DEDUCTIBLE
                                                                                                                    $500
         Individual                                                   $250

         Family                                                                                                    $1000
                                                                      $500
        MAXIMUM OUT-OF-POCKET
         Individual                                                   $2,000                                       $4,000

         Family                                                       $4,000                                       $8,000
        PLAN LIFETIME MAXIMUM                                                             Unlimited

        DURABLE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                                                    50% ($2,000 max)

                                                                   $10 Copay                                        30%
        CHIROPRACTIC/ACUPUNCTURE
                                                                               (20 visits per calendar year)

        HOSPITAL SERVICES                                              10%                          30% ($100 deductible/admission)
        OUTPATIENT LAB & X-RAY                                         10%                                          30%

        SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
                                                                       10%                      30% (after $100 deductible/admission)
         Inpatient

                                                                               (30 days per calendar year)
         Outpatient
                                                                   $10 Copay                                        30%
                                                                                (20 visits per calendar year)
        MENTAL HEALTH
         Inpatient                                                     10%                          30% ($100 deductible/admission)

         Outpatient                                                $10 Copay                                        30%

        TENTHLY EMPLOYEE COSTS
        Employee Only                                                                      $630.46
        Employee Plus One Dependent                                                       $1,323.95
        Employee Plus Two or More                                                         $2,080.49
        Dependents
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The information in this summary is not intended to take the place of, or change the official Plan Documents or Evidence of Coverage. In the
event that the information in this brochure differs from the Plan Document, the Plan Document shall prevail.


                                     DENTAL PLAN FEATURES

                                                                                             DENTAL


                                                                                    DELTA DENTAL PLAN

                     PLAN BENEFITS
           ANNUAL MAXIMUM                                                                   $1,500/Member


           DEDUCTIBLE
             Individual/Family                                                                  $25/$75


           PREVENTIVE
             Exams
             X-Rays
                                                                                                  100%
             Cleanings
             Fluoride Treatment
             Space Maintainers

           BASIC SERVICES
             Basic Restorative
             Endodontics
             Periodontics
             Sealants
                                                                                                  80%
             Simple Extractions
             Complex Oral Surgery
             Adjunctive General Services
             General Anesthesia

           MAJOR SERVICES
                                                                                                  80%
             Inlays, Onlays, Crowns
             Prosthetics


           ORTHODONTIA
                                                                                      80% ($1,500 lifetime max)
           Child Only


           TENTHLY EMPLOYEE COSTS
           Employee Only
                                                                                                 $66.58
           Employee Plus One Dependent
                                                                                                $132.82
           Employee Plus Two or More Dependents
                                                                                                $197.22




The information in this summary is not intended to take the place of, or change the official Plan Documents or Evidence of Coverage. In the
event that the information in this brochure differs from the Plan Document, the Plan Document shall prevail.
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                                    DENTAL PLAN FEATURES

                                                                                                 DENTAL

                                                                                 DELTA CARE DHMO (CAA17)

                        PLAN BENEFITS
           ANNUAL MAXIMUM                                                                          Unlimited

           DEDUCTIBLE
             Individual                                                                              None
              Family
           PREVENTIVE
             Exams                                                                                No charge
             X-Rays                                                                               No charge
             Prophylaxis                                                                          No charge

           RESTORATIVE SERVICES
              Amalgam – 3 surface, permanent                                                       No charge
             Resin based composite – 3 surface                                                     No charge
             anterior

           PERIODONTICS
             Periodontal scaling & root planning, per                                              No charge
            quadrant                                                                               $75 Copay
             Gingivectomy or gingivoplasty per quadrant

           ENDODONTICS
             Pulp Capping                                                                         No charge
             Root Canal - molar                                                                   No charge

           ORAL SURGERY
             Single Tooth Extraction                                                              No charge
             Removal of impacted tooth, partial bony                                              $30 Copay
             Removal of impacted tooth, complete bony                                             $40 Copay

           CROWNS & BRIDGES
             Crown – full cast noble metal
                                                                                                  No charge
             Crown – porcelain fused to predominately
                                                                                                  No charge
            base metal

           PROSTHETICS (DENTURES)
             Partial Denture - Upper                                                              $50 Copay
             Partial Denture – Lower                                                              $50 Copay

           ORTHODONTICS
                                                                                                $1,600 Copay
             Adolescent
                                                                                                $1,800 Copay
             Adult


           TENTHLY EMPLOYEE COSTS
           Employee Only
                                                                                                     $23.54
           Employee Plus One Dependent
                                                                                                     $38.96
           Employee Plus Two or More Dependents
                                                                                                     $57.36
The information in this summary is not intended to take the place of, or change the official Plan Documents or Evidence of Coverage. In the
event that the information in this brochure differs from the Plan Document, the Plan Document shall prevail.

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                                       VISION PLAN FEATURES

                                                                                    VISION
                                                                          VISION SERVICE PLAN (VSP)

                                                                     IN-NETWORK                             OUT-OF-NETWORK

                   PLAN BENEFITS
           FREQUENCY
             Examination                                                                  Every 12 months
             Frame                                                                        Every 12 months
             Lenses                                                                       Every 12 months
             Contact Lenses (in lieu of lenses)                                           Every 12 months


           EXAM (Dilation when necessary)                                $20 Copay                               $45 Allowance

           STANDARD LENSES
             Single Vision                                               $20 Copay                            Up to $45 Allowance
             Bifocal                                                     $20 Copay                            Up to $65 Allowance
             Trifocal                                                    $20 Copay                            Up to $85 Allowance


           FRAMES                                                 Up to $115 Allowance                         Up to $45 Allowance

           CONTACT LENSES:
                                                                                                               Up to $105 Allowance
            Elective                                              Up to $105 Allowance
                                                                                                               Up to $210 Allowance
            Medically Necessary                                         $20 Copay


           TENTHLY EMPLOYEE COSTS
           Employee Only
                                                                                                $14.94
           Employee Plus One Dependent
                                                                                                $29.36
           Employee Plus Two or More
                                                                                                $42.79
           Dependents

The information in this summary is not intended to take the place of, or change the official Plan Documents or Evidence of Coverage. In the
event that the information in this brochure differs from the Plan Document, the Plan Document shall prevail.




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                                      CARRIER PERKS
            ADDITIONAL CARRIER DISCOUNT PROGRAMS OFFERED TO YOU THROUGH AETNA AND KAISER


                                              AETNA MEMBER PROGRAMS
     **For More Information Call Aetna at: 1-800-282-5366 or check out their web site at www.aetna.com**
  Drug Resource Center                                   Lasik Procedure
   Ask the Expect-online questions                             15% discount
  Fitness & Weight Management                                  Health Education and Wellness Programs
   List of gyms                                                Pregnancy & Baby
  Complementary & Alternative Care                              Children’s Health
   Chiropractors                                               Women’s health site
   Massage Therapists – Swedish, Shiatsu and Sports Therapy    Men’s health site
   Acupuncturists                                             Senior Health Programs


                                               KAISER PERMANENTE
               For More Information Call Kaiser at: 1-800-464-4000 or check out their web site at
                                         www.kaiserpermanente.org
  Kaiser Health Phone Learn more about health questions you may have 24 hours a day by calling 1-800-33-ASK ME. Free
  recorded health messages address topics such as allergies, asthma, baby care, children’s health, diabetes and more!
  Kaiser Health Education Program Guide You can sign up for classes and programs sponsored by Kaiser Permanent by
  calling the Kaiser Health Education department in your area. Examples of class and program topics are:
   Back Care                    High Blood Pressure           Pregnancy                      Weight & Health
   Diabetes                     Infant Care                   Smoking & Tobacco
   Exercise and Fitness         Parenting                     Stress

  Kaiser HealthWise Handbook As a Kaiser Member you can receive a Kaiser HealthWise handbook, which provides you
  with information on prevention, home treatment and when to call your doctor. Call 1-800-464-4000 to receive your free
  copy.

Both Aetna and Kaiser offer Mail Order Pharmacy!
How would you like to know an easy way to save money and time each year on your prescription drug costs?

Try using the Mail-Order Pharmacy which allows you to:
      Pay only two copayments for a three month (90 day) supply
      Prescriptions will be conveniently mailed to your home instead your having to make a trip to the
       pharmacy
     Refilling prescriptions is completed with a simple phone call as opposed to the monthly trip to the
       pharmacy
 If you take a medication on a daily basis, chances are it is likely available through the Mail Order Pharmacy,
 so be sure to ask your doctor if any of the medications you currently are taking are eligible for the Mail Order
 Pharmacy!



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                                   IF YOU NEED HELP




Below is a listing of the toll-free numbers you can call with questions about benefit coverage and providers in
your area. You can also use the web-sites to access provider information as well as additional discount
programs available through each carrier.

                                                          MEMBERSHIP SERVICES
        PLAN              INSURANCE CARRIER                                                         WEB SITE
                                                               PHONE #

                              Aetna - HMO                     1-877-402-8742                     www.aetna.com

      MEDICAL                 Aetna - PPO                     1-877-204-9186                     www.aetna.com

                              Kaiser – HMO                    1-800-464-4000            www.kaiserpermanente.org

                           Delta Dental DPO                   1-866-499-3001              www.deltadentalca.org
       DENTAL
                       Delta Dental PMI (DHMO)                1-800-422-4234           www.deltadentalca.org/pmi

       VISION                      VSP                        1-800-877-7195                      www.vsp.com
      LIFE, AD&D
          AND                   Assurant                      1-800-451-4531                 www.assurant.com
      DISABILITY

For further Payroll/Benefit related questions, contact El Segundo Unified School District’s Payroll/Employee
Benefits Department: Tracy Adams at (310) 615-2650 x 220 or Sammie Alvarado at (310) 615-2650 x 283.




                               Employee Benefits Brochure designed and developed by




                         In conjunction with El Segundo Unified School District September 2007




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