Delivery method of your 2016 W-2 – for All Administrators
No Medical, Dental or Vision Insurance Premiums in December – for All Administrators
EL Enrollment Information – for All Administrators
Enrollment Procedures for EL students meeting – for All Administrators
District Music Events – for All Administrators
Non-Evaluation Year Teachers and Administrators – for All Administrators
Surplus Furniture/Equipment – for All Administrators
Delivery method of your 2016 W-2
From Kristen Woodbury
At the end of May we changed our Payroll software and now it is time to capture how you would like to receive you W-2 in January 2017. Watch for notification in the next few weeks about the selection of how you want to receive your W-2. We will let you know via an all-user email and the Staff Notebook.
You will make the selection by logging into Employee Online. More details to come??? we will let you know when it is available.
Thank you all,
From Your Payroll Team
No Medical, Dental or Vision Insurance Premiums in December
From Kristen Woodbury
In an effort to make insurance premium deductions coming out of your paycheck match the calendar year of insurance coverage, we are moving from paying our insurance premiums a month in advance to the current month.
So, what does this mean?
A month off from paying insurance premiums!!
Your December premiums were paid on your November paychecks.
For your 12/15/16 and 12/30/16 paychecks, there will be no deduction for:
Medical, dental or vision insurance
Any other coverage you currently pay for is already for the current month so they will be deducted from your two December paychecks.
For example: life, short term disability or critical care coverage, flex spending & h.s.a accounts
Am I still covered for December?
Yes, the premium deductions taken out of your November paychecks were for your December coverage so as long as you were paid in November and your insurance deductions came out of your paycheck then your December premiums are paid.
What happens in 2017?
The insurance premiums that will come out of your January 2017 paychecks will be for the coverage you selected in open enrollment for the 2017 coverage. Due to this shift, now your paycheck deductions will reflect the premiums paid for that month.
If you just enrolled for 2016 coverage or had a recent qualifying life event and have set up a schedule with the Benefits office you will be paying premiums in December.
From Your KCKPS Benefits Team
If you have any questions you can contact Ja???Nice Mitchell and Crystal Primers in the Benefits Office.
You can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
You can also call 279-2274 or 279-2200, if we miss your call please leave a message with your number so we can call you back.
EL Enrollment Information
From Kristen Scott
Administrators, attached is a copy of the information that was given out to your secretary/registrar and one of your ESL staff members at our meeting on November 30th.
EL Enrollment Guidelines PDF
Enrollment Procedures for EL students meeting
From Kristen Scott
Just a reminder that there is a required meeting for your registrar/secretary that handles enrollment as well as one of your ESL staff members this Wednesday, November 30th.
The Secondary meeting will be from 1:30-2:30; and the EC5 meeting will be from 2:45-3:45.
District Music Events
From Jodie Lin
The music department is proud to share the holiday concert schedule. The calendar is kept as current as possible. You may view details here: http://kckps.mhsoftware.com/ViewCal.html?dropdown=1&show_resources=0&show_stop=1&calendar_id=5
Non-Evaluation Year Teachers and Administrators
From Sherry Samples
Please review your list in Talent Ed Perform, and for those employees that show a non evaluation year process, you must enter at least one date that you have consulted with the employee. You then need to check the box in the lower right hand corner to “Mark Process Complete.”
Those that are not marked by December 1, will not roll over properly for the next process in the evaluation cycle.
Thank you to those of you who have already taken care of this based upon prior requests.
From Robert Young
All requests to have excess furniture or equipment removed from your building/department should be directed to the Purchasing Department. If you have items for which you no longer have a need, the Purchasing Department will make arrangements for the movement of these items. Free surplus furniture/equipment will be posted out to all buildings/departments by the Inventory Specialist as a part of the process. This inventory will then be auctioned if there is no need within the organization. This will allow for the proper tracking of fixed assets within the District, which in turn assists record keeping relating to insurance, etc. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.