When possible the teacher will be placed in an assignment they are credentialed to teach and then returned to the prior position at the end of their original approved leave.If a teacher qualifies for and accepts FMLA/CFRA benefits during the unpaid child rearing leave but then for any reason does not return to work, the teacher will be billed for the costs of those benefits retroactively.
Standard Insurance is available through EGEA/CTA and not EGUSD.
Contact EGEA (916-685-4588) and/or Standard Insurance (1-800-522-0406) to re-enroll in disability insurance.
Teachers are encouraged to contact Benefits and Payroll to discuss the effect an unpaid child rearing leave will have on their salary and benefits.
There may be a cost for medical benefits while on unpaid child rearing leave depending on the medical coverage employees selected during open enrollment.
Qualified employees may elect to accept up to 12 weeks of medical benefit coverage under provisions of FMLA/CFRA.The 12 week count begins the first week of the month following the medical leave end date.