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  • Sent via email 7/7

    Here are some things you need to know:

    • Long Term Care is not the same as Long Term Disability (LTC is not LTD)
    • SEBB is not going to be offering an alternative to the state program
    • The payroll tax is mandatory unless you file for an exemption. If you opt out you cannot opt back in.
    • Exemptions require you purchase your own LTC policy by November 1, 2021

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  • Sent via email 7/14 

    BSD Staff 

    New guidance has been released by the Washington State Department of Health. They have updated their COVID-19 mask requirements for this summer.

    The new guidance for masking indoors:

    "All school personnel, volunteers, visitors, and students must wear cloth face coverings or an acceptable alternative (e.g., surgical mask) at school when indoors regardless of vaccination status. Fully vaccinated staff must wear facial coverings indoors if children under the age of 18 are present, but they do not need to wear facial coverings indoors if no children are present and vaccination status has been verified. A person is considered fully vaccinated if it has been two weeks since their final dose of a two-dose series vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) or two weeks since receiving a one-dose vaccine (J&J/Janssen). Any person who chooses to wear a mask should be supported in doing so."

    If you are working in a location where no children are present, you are fully vaccinated, and you would prefer not to wear a mask; please fill out the attestation form below to confirm your vaccination status:

    COVID-19 Vaccination Attestation

     

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