The First Annual Open enrollment begins today, October 1, 2019

The SEBB Program first annual open enrollment begins today.

  • SEBB My Account is ready for you to create your login and enroll in benefits. A SEBB My Account User Guide has been created to help guide you through the process.
  • Use SEBB My Account to:
    • Elect your medical, dental, and vision plans
    • Enroll your eligible dependents
    • Submit documents to prove your dependent’s eligibility
    • Submit attestations
    • Enroll in supplemental long-term disability
  • Use Navia Benefits Solutions to enroll in the medical flexible spending arrangement and/or the dependent care assistance program*.
  • Use the MetLife portal to elect supplemental life insurance and supplemental accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance for yourself and your family members.

*Note: If you are unable to access Navia Benefit Solutions and MetLife’s portal, it may mean your eligibility for benefits was uploaded after September 26. Contact your payroll or benefits office to verify that is the reason.

Need more information before you make a decision?

You must take action to enroll. If you do not enroll in, or waive benefits by 11:59 p.m. on November 15, 2019, you will be defaulted into the UMP Achieve 1 medical plan (with a $33 monthly premium), Uniform Dental Plan, MetLife vision plan, and basic life, basic AD&D, and basic LTD as a single subscriber. You dependents will not be enrolled. You will also pay the $25-per-account tobacco use premium surcharge in addition to your monthly medical premium.

Seattle Public School Educators!


The new SEBB (School Employees Benefits Board) insurance program for Washington state educators is due to go into effect on January 1, 2020.

This page is to help you take the mystery out of the new state-wide program, and provide you with information to help you make an informed decision when it comes time for you to decide which plan works best for your needs.

First, if after reading the pages connected to the links below you are confused and/or have questions, WEA has created a HOTLINE for SEA/WEA members that you can call:

WEA Health Care hotline for WEA members, beginning Tuesday, Sept 3, 855-668-5039 (toll free)
WEA is offering support for our members who need additional assistance selecting an insurance company and/or plan, or for those who have complicated health care needs, such as a chronic condition or who may be in the middle of treatment when the new plans take effect in January.
Beginning September 3, 2019, members can access this program by calling toll free, 855-668-5039, Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Links to informational documents on the SEBB Insurance program:

Changes to School Employees Health Care - Upcoming Key Dates

FAQ - SEBB Questions Answered

FAQ #2 - More SEBB Questions Answered

Other Contact Information and Resources

SEBB Program Benefits Fair Schedule

Link to Washington State Health Care Authority