New Hire Benefits

  • Welcome to Olathe Public Schools!

    New hire benefits begin the first of the month following your hire date. Plan details and rates can be found in the 2022 Olathe Public Schools Benefits Guide or in the plan summary pages in the gray boxes along the left side of the page.


    The district offers a robust benefits package including:

    • Medical - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City
    • Dental - Delta Dental of Kansas
    • Vision - VSP Vision Care
    • Health Savings Accounts - UMB Bank
    • Medical Flexible Spending Accounts - WEX
    • Dependent Care Accounts - WEX
    • Life Insurance - The Hartford
    • Short Term Disability - The Hartford
    • Critical Illness Insurance - The Hartford
    • Accident Insurance - The Hartford
    • Hospital Indemnity Insurance - The Hartford
    • Permanent Life Insurance with Long-Term Care - CHUBB
    • Allstate Identity Protection Insurance - Allstate


    A benefits video presentation linked below walks you through the benefits plans offered by the district. If you have specific benefits questions after watching the video and reading the brochures, please email the Benefits Team at

How to Enroll


    Company Identifier: OPSD

    Everyone Must Enroll or Waive Benefits


    Employee Navigator is our benefits enrollment platform. To enroll in your 2022 benefits, please click the Enroll Here button above and register as a new user. The company identifier is OPSD.


    Detailed instructions on how to enroll. Employee Navigator allows you to review your 2022 benefit elections and walks you step-by-step through the enrollment process. Please review your personal and dependent information. If you are planning on adding a dependent, you will need their social security number and date of birth.


    This is your opportunity to elect or waive benefit coverage for the 2022 benefit year. If you want to decline all benefits, you must click on the enroll here button and waive the benefits. These benefits are effective from January 1 to December 31, 2022.

    Benefits may not be changed during the year unless you have a qualified life event such as a marriage, birth, loss of coverage or gaining of other coverage. For more information on qualified life events, please review the qualified life event page in the 2022 Benefits Guide.


    You have 31 days from your hire date to complete your enrollment.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When do my benefits start?

  • What if my old benefits end before my new ones start?

  • How do I enroll in benefits?

  • Where can I read about the different insurance plans?

  • When is the next open enrollment period?

  • Can I waive benefits now and elect for January?

  • What if I already have an HSA account?

  • When do district HSA contributions get deposited?

  • What if I don't receive my medical ID card?

Transparency in Coverage Rule

  • The link below leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers.