403(B) / 457(B)
Faculty and staff may voluntarily contribute to a 403(b) account and/or a 457(b) account.
- 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan
- 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan
- The District 457(b) plan is administered through the NYS Deferred Compensation Plan (NYSDCP)
- NYS Deferred Compensation Plan Helpline Information or call 1-800-422-8463
Appendix D Forms and Information
Appendix D advisors can find forms, fundraising ideas and other important information in the Google Drive folder “Extraclassroom Activity Clubs.” Open Extra Classroom Activity Clubs folder.
The East Greenbush Central School District has nearly 20 committees comprised of teachers, administrators, school staff, Board of Education members and community members to advise on different areas of the school district. View Committees.
All school districts in New York State are required to adopt and submit to the State Education Department an Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) plan for teachers and school principals or risk losing a portion of their state aid. APPR scores are not considered public information. However, state leaders have agreed that teachers’ and principals’ composite APPR ratings may be released to parents or guardians upon request and verification of identity, only for their child’s current teachers and principal.
Staff members may check their email from any computer with access to the Internet. Web-based email.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
All East Greenbush CSD employees and their immediate family members have access to a new Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provided by Educators’ EAP. The Employee Assistance Program can be a vital support to you when issues arise such as stress, financial, legal, family, relationships and work and career. EAP is a free and confidential benefit. More Information.
Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination
The Board of Education, its officers and employees, shall not discriminate against any student, employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability or predisposing genetic characteristic. Board policy.
Family Medical and Leave Act (FMLA)
The Family Medical Leave Act requires employers to provide up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave to eligible employees for a variety of reasons. Board policy.
Fingerprinting and background checks are conducted for all new employees, unless otherwise provided by law or regulation of the Commissioner of Education. Board policy.
Professional development videos to assist with Google applications such as Mail, Drive and Sites. Google Tutorials.
Health Insurance Summaries
- Highmark BlueShield of Northeastern New York PPO 815 (CASHIC MODEL PPO 815)
- CDPHP HMO
- Delta Dental
CSEA Employee Benefit Fund Plans
- Medicare Advantage Plans
- NYSUT Member Benefit Plans
- Capital Area Schools Health Insurance Consortium (CASHIC) Application
- Dependent Verification Checklist
- Delta Dental Insurance Application
- CSEA Dental and Vision Insurance Application
- BSNENY Medicare Advantage In-Area Application
- BSNENY Medicare Advantage Out-of-Area Application
- CDPHP Medicare Advantage Application
- Claims Forms
K-5 Curriculum Corner
View curriculum maps, assessments and other instructional resources. You can also report a technology issue by using Incident IQ, which can be found at the bottom of the K-5 Curriculum Corner. K-5 Curriculum Corner.
Labor Law Information
Employers are required by state law to post labor law information within school buildings and make them available online for employees. This information includes protections under the New York State Public Employee Safety and Health Act of 1980, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act and other employee rights.
Teachers certified after February 2, 2004 must participate in 175 hours of professional development over five years to maintain their teaching certificate. Teaching Assistants must participate in 75 hours of professional development over five years to maintain their teaching assistant certificate.
The District uses PowerSchool to manage student records, grades, attendance, schedules, and many other pieces of student information.
Report Anonymous Tip
Students, parents/guardians or community members can use this anonymous form to notify the school about issues/concerns at school, such as threats of violence or bullying. Report Anonymous Tip.
For questions on retirement issues such as benefits or loans, please do not contact Central Administration. Members of the New York State Teachers Retirement System should call (518) 447-2900 or 1-800-348-7298. All other district employees and retirees should contact the New York State and Local Retirement System at (518) 474-7736 or 1-866-805-0990. Forms are available on these websites.
The East Greenbush Central School District is committed to safeguarding the rights of all employees to a work environment that is free from all forms of sexual harassment. Board policy.
Staff Complaints and Grievances
The Board of Education recognizes that staff complaints and grievances regarding work rules arise from time to time. In many instances, the complaint process is covered by collective bargaining agreements, and in those instances, the grievance procedure outlined in the agreement shall be used. Board policy.
Substitute Calling Service
If you’re in need of a substitute, call 207-2450. More information.
Technology Curriculum Tutorials
Learn how to use technology such as Google Classroom, Google Apps for Education and keyboarding. Technology Tutorials.
Technology Work Requests
If you are having a problem with technology in your classroom or office, please report it through our new ticketing system, IncidentIQ, and a technician will assist you. IncidentIQ login.
Through WincapWeb, staff members may view their paycheck stubs, attendance balance, etc. WincapWeb.
For more information:
Director of Human Resources
East Greenbush Central School District
29 Englewood Avenue
East Greenbush, NY 12061
Phone: (518) 207-2526