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Benefits Request Form

Thank you for contacting Benefits and Insurance Services. Requests made using this form should NOT be considered as confidential; to discuss confidential information, please use the contact numbers listed below.

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Questions regarding various benefits may be directed to the following persons in the School Administration Building:
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BenefitContact Number
City Pension (ERS)(414) 286-3557
Credit Union Deduction(414) 475-8215
Dental (If your last name begins with A - K)(414) 475-8158
Dental (If your last name begins with L - Z)(414) 475-8233
Dependent Care Assistance Plan(414) 475-8178
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)(414) 475-8178
FMLA-WI and/or Federal(414) 475-8210
Health & Productivity Management Program(414) 773-9829
Leave of Absence(414) 475-8210
Life Insurance(414) 475-8215
Opt-Out-Program (If your last name begins with A - K)(414) 475-8158
Opt-Out-Program (If your last name begins with L - Z)(414) 475-8233
Payroll(414) 475-8300
State Pension (WRS)(877) 533-5020
Supplemental Pension(414) 475-8292
Tax Shelter Annuities 403(b)(414) 475-8292
Tuition Reimbursement(414) 475-8929
Union Dues(414) 475-8215
UnitedHealthcare Choice EPO & PPO (If your last name begins with A - K)(414) 475-8158
UnitedHealthcare Choice EPO & PPO (If your last name begins with L - Z)(414) 475-8233
Vision (If your last name begins with A - K)(414) 475-8158
Vision (If your last name begins with L - Z)(414) 475-8233
Worker's Compensation/ADA(414) 475-8209
403 (b) Accumulated Leave Program(414) 475-8292
457 Program(877) 457-9327
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