• Lubbock ISD Open Enrollment

    Medical, Dental, and HSA

    November 1, 2020 through November 30, 2020 for changes to go effective 1-1-2021.

  • For 2021, Lubbock ISD:

    • Will continue to offer both a Bronze and Silver Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plan, and Bronze and Silver Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans.
      • The HMO plans carry the same deductible and out-of-pocket as the PPO plans, but with lower premiums.
    • Will continue to offer all plans at a the same premium compared to 2020.
    • Will continue to offer a district matching Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution of up to $500 for those who choose either of the Bronze plans.
    • Will continue the $75 per month premium credit for successful participation in the wellness program.
    • Will continue access to the free clinics and some free medications.
    • Will continue to partner with CVS Caremark as the prescription provider.
      • Provides the option of receiving 90-day prescriptions at a local CVS pharmacy or through mail order.

     QUESTIONS? Risk Management Office (806) 219-0283  |

    Please contact Risk Management if you need help deciding on a plan. We are here to assist in any way we can.

  • When is Open Enrollment for the 2021 Health plan?

  • Who Is Eligible for Health Benefits at LISD?

  • What is the difference between the PPO, Preferred Provider Organization plan and the HMO, Health Maintenance Organization plans?

  • What is the difference between the Bronze and Silver Plans?

  • I am not sick very often, but my maintenance prescription costs are high. What is the difference between the two plans and the pharmacy benefit?

  • If I go to the HMO Plan, will I still be able to earn the $75/month wellness credit?

  • Will I still be able to access the free clinics and zero copay generic prescriptions with the HMO plan?

  • Are there states without HMO Away From Home Care?

  • Is there a plan that provides a maternity benefit?

  • Will the Diabetes Management Plan continue for both plans?

  • Why is Lubbock ISD self-insured and not on the state healthcare plan, TRS ActiveCare?