on May 2, 2015.
The annual open enrollment period for Town of Wellesley employees and non-Medicare eligible retirees is April 10th to May 8th. All current health insurance subscribers must re-enroll in a health plan during open enrollment.
This means that you must fully complete and return your health insurance enrollment form before the end of open enrollment: May 8, 2015.
Forms must be brought to the Human Resources Office, Town Hall, 525 Washington Street, on or before May 8, 2015. If you do not submit an enrollment form by May 8th, your insurance will be cancelled effective June 30th. Even if you want to keep your current health plan, you still need to re-enroll.
You do not need to re-enroll in your dental or long-term disability plan.Changes to your Health Insurance Contribution
Please be aware that the Town contribution to your health insurance premium has changed. However, there have been no changes to plan design, benefits or co-pays. Please review the new employee costs to determine which plan is best for you. The Town now contributes 80% to a Fallon plan, and 71% to the Harvard Pilgrim HMO, Tufts Navigator and Blue Cross Blue Shield plans. All changes will become effective for July 1st. We encourage all subscribers to compare the plans, network coverage, co-pays, benefits and costs to you and your family. Some Helpful Links:Open Enrollment AnnouncementFallon Health Enrollment FormFallon At a GlanceFallon Health WebsiteFallon Health – Find a DoctorOpt Out ApplicationTransition of Care ApplicationLong Term Disability Election FormFor a complete listing of the Health and Dental Insurance options available to you during the FY16 Open Enrollment period, please click HERE.Special Education Strategic Plan
The Wellesley Public Schools is seeking the participation and input of community members as we develop a strategic plan for Special Education. If you are interested in providing insight and recommendations on the important issues that face special education, please consider joining the committee. While the bulk of the work will take place during the 2015-2016 school year, we plan to hold an orientation meeting on June 4th, from 4-6 pm. Our goal is to present a strategic plan on Special Education to the School Committee in early Summer 2016.If you are interested in serving on the committee, please submit a letter of interest that introduces yourself, your interest/investment in special education and what contribution you feel you can bring to the strategic planning process. As Special Education encompasses many areas of education, we are seeking to build a diverse committee that will represent educators and parents from across the district.Committee members will be asked to make a commitment to attend all meetings throughout the year. Please submit your application of interest no later than May 22, 2015 to Lori Cimeno, Director of Student Services, Wellesley Public Schools, 781-446-6210 ext. 5629 or email@example.com
.Associate Supervisors and Proctors Needed!
Associate Supervisors are needed to administer SATs for June 6, 2015
. Proctors are needed to monitor the halls, direct students to their classrooms and assist the Main Office staff with running the test center, as needed. Both positions are paid positions so you will be compensated for your time. Associate Supervisors and Proctors need to report to the test site at 7:15 a.m. A brief training for those who have never administered the SAT will be held on Thursday, June 4, 2015. The length of the test day will vary depending on the proctoring assignment. Please note the following: According to College Board guidelines, Associate Supervisors and Proctors must be current or retired faculty or other professional staff of WPS or from a neighboring institution or a graduate student.Also, according to College Board guidelines, an Associate Supervisor or Proctor cannot administer any SAT Program test that will be taken by a member of their household or immediate family at any test center nation wide.
If you are interested in any or all of the dates and are eligible according to the College Board guidelines, please contact Kyle Getz (x4888) at the high school via email or phone. In your correspondence, please indicate which position you would be most interested in filling. Please also indicate what dates you’d be available for. IMPORTANT: Indicating interest doesn’t guarantee a position as the number of Associate Supervisors and Proctors required to run the test center is based on the number of students testing as well as their needs. Every effort will be made to make positions available to as many people as possible.
WELLESLEY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ANNOUNCES
LOTTERY FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPPORTUNITY IN WELLESLEY
The Belclare Wellesley is a new condominium development located at 580 Washington Street and 53 Grove Street, Wellesley, MA. The development is located in Wellesley center, at the former site of the Wellesley Inn. There will be five (5) affordable units with three in the carriage house, and two in the cottage. The new carriage house and new cottage will replicate the ones that were on the site when the Inn was there. There is one 1BR unit, three 2BR units and one 3BR unit. The sales prices range from $173,100 to $216,000. The purchasers of the units will be chosen through a lottery to be held among all qualified applicants.There will be an information meeting on the lottery process on May 6th at 7pm in the Arnold conference Room at the Wellesley Free Library, 530 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482. Applications are due May 27th. For more information on the units, the timing, and the process, and for an application form go to http://www.maloneyrealestate.com/the-belclare-lottery Robert Kenney, Chair, Wellesley Housing Development Corporation
Fingerprinting Rescheduled for May 11, 2015
Anyone who was originally scheduled to be fingerprinted on April 27th will automatically be rescheduled for the same time slot on May 11th. The Human Resources Department will send out reminders to those employees who were scheduled on April 27th to confirm the time. We are working with the fingerprinting company to schedule more onsite dates – potentially in May or June 2015. Please be aware that all school employees in Massachusetts’ 351 school districts must be fingerprinted by September 1, 2016. If you have had your fingerprints taken in Massachusetts after July 1, 2013, please disregard this notice – we have your fingerprints on file.