Excellent salary and benefits relative to other ISDs in Texas.
Health benefits keep rising, so raises take care of that cost. The matching for HSA is okay.
Individual plans are reasonable but family health insurance premiums sky rocket. If you are looking to have a family plan, expect 1/3 of your paycheck to go towards a monthly premium. The deductibles continue to increase as do the premiums each year.
There are no benefits. You get three weeks off at christmas and another week at spring break. you don't get paid during this time. If you are sick or need to leave you aren't paid. There is no medical insurance or any other type of benefit. Great job if you have benefits through a spouse or leave with your parents.
Best is that identity protection is covered and life insurance is matched.
Benefits are costly to say the least. With suppliemental insurance from a spouse, you could be able to get by with both coverage for a total family of 5 members!
There are no benefits offered. You are off when your children are and do not have to worry about daycare or camp.
Health benefits are terrible. The cost for employee only is ok, but way to expensive to add a spouse or children. Teacher retirement is pretty good. Only 25 hours of time off per year which equals to 5 days per school year.
For a single person the monthly payments are not bad, but to add on a spouse or child the rates are extremely high for a teachers' salary. The deductible is very high as well.
Adequate benefits package. The best part of working at LISD is the schedule is tied to school day so it is best for parents with summers, holidays off to care for children.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.