Retirement Benefits Overview

  • Retirees

    Current Retirees

    Plan Premiums do not include any District contributions

Plan Year 2018 Early Retiree Benefit Rates

Plan Year 2018 65 Plus Retiree Rates

  • Dental Coverage


    Please note that if you or a dependent and are not currently enrolled in dental, dental coverage cannot be added.

     If you have questions on the dental plan, or need a new card, please contact HealthPartners Member Services at 952-883-5000 or 1-800-883-2177.

Plan Year 2018 Dental Rates

  • Dental Coverage

    Turning Age 65

    About 2-1/2 months prior to the month you or a covered spouse turn 65, a packet will be mailed to your home with informaiton about moving to the District's Medicare supplement plan, HealthPartners Freedom (or Retiree National Choice if you live outside of MN). This packet will include information about the plan and its cost. This plan is for retirees and spouses age 65 and over and requires Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and Medicare Part B (medical insurance). Please call HealthPartners at 952-883-7979 to verify the doctors, clinics, and hospitals available to you with this plan.

    Please note: You should not purchase Part D of Medicare on your own. HealthPartners will automotically sign you up for Part D when you enroll in the Freedom Plan. If you enroll in Part D through another source, you may jeopardize your coverage under Saint Paul Public Schools.

    If you do not have sufficient Social Security quarters to qualify for Medicare Part A, you will still be able to continue your health coverage under the group plan. However, you are still required to enroll in Medicare Part B as any carrier changes you might make in the future could require Medicare Part B coverage. Your spouse will also have to be enrolled in Medicare Part B. The plan available for reetirees and spouses over 65 who are not eligible for Medicare Part A is the National One plan.

  • Ways to Pay

    Ways to Pay

    For individuals who continue their District benefits after retirement, can pay their insurance premiums one of the following ways:



    1. Fee Pay Retirees that want to pay their insurance premium using a debit or credit card can create an account through Fee Pay's secure site and pay the insurance premium monthly or set up a payment plan that will automatically charge the debit/credit card the 10th of each month for the entire plan year. Easy to use instructions are attached below

    Please be aware it is the responsibility of the retiree to update cards with expiration dates and create a new payment plan each plan year.

    1. Paul Schools can automatically deduct the monthly premium using an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) from your bank account.  The money to pay for your insurance premiums would be deducted the 10th of each month.  Use the form below and return it to the Benefits Office.
    2. Retirees can also pay by check or money order. Checks need to be received by the 10th of each month to ensure non cancellation.  Make Checks payable to ISD 625 Benefits and mail it to Benefits, 360 Colborne Street, St. Paul MN 55102


Retiree Contact Information