Welcome to the SVUSD Benefits Team!

  • Benefits enrollment and cancellation

  • Understanding your insurance plan(s)

  • Coverage adjustments due to a change in marital status, birth/adoption, loss of coverage, etc.

  • Replacement ID cards

  • FMLA/leave of absence

  • COBRA (continuing your health coverage after leaving employment)

  • Workers' Compensation (incident reports, filing a claim, etc.)

Contact Us

(520) 515-2731 or (520) 515-2732

Staff List

Rothery Educational Service Center

3305 E. Fry Blvd. 

Benefits hours

Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Injured on the Job?

Download the instructions on how to make a Workers' Comp claim.

An injury that is not life threatening or does not require immediate medical attention, contact the Alliance on-call triage nurse. Available 24/7!!

1 (888) CLAIM-89   <1-888-252-4689>   Press 2 for the on-call triage nurse.

Employee Assistance Program

Employee Assistance Program

We are living in unprecedented times. Chances are, you have a lot on your mind. The good news is that you have access to skilled researchers ready to provide support for any work, personal, or everyday matter that's important to you and your family.  We'll discuss your request, provide information on options, and then conduct research to find local resources to help you implement your action plan. 

Features include:

  • Toll-free, 24/7 telephonic access

  • Custom research to find local resources for your specific needs, included, but not limited to:

Emergency Assistance

  • Temporary housing

  • Domestic violence shelters

  • Food banks

  • Financial assistance for housing, utilities, remote learning supplies

Service Providers

  • Rehabilitation centers

  • In-home, post-operative support

  • Addiction centers and support

TOLL-FREE:  800-327-3517

WEBSITE: www.eappreferred.com     <username and password emailed to all employees>

Leave of absence / FMLA

Leave of absence request procedure

  1. Inform your supervisor of your intent to request leave.

  2. Request leave of absence (LOA) at least 30 days ahead of foreseeable leave by submitting the appropriate paperwork to the HR Benefits Office. In cases of emergency, submit this paperwork as soon as possible. Please note: Taking a leave of absence without proper notification and HR approval could be considered job abandonment.

  3. Report the absence on Frontline. However, if your position requires a long-term substitute, please contact the Guest Employee Supervisor at (520) 515-2722 before reporting your absence online.

  4. A fitness for duty certification, with no restrictions, may be required from your physician prior to your return to work.

If you have insurance through SVUSD...

Please be advised that you will be responsible for paying your elective benefit insurance premiums out of pocket if you go on unpaid leave. You will be contacted by the Benefits Office with a payment schedule and the conditions of payment/continuation of coverage, if applicable.

Employee Guide to the FMLA

View the Family and Medical Leave Act FAQ and guidelines in the Employee Guide to FMLA.

View Employee Rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act- Employee Rights.


Request for Leave of Absence: required

Physician's certification (employee): if applicable. 

Physician's certification (family member): if applicable. 

Sick Leave Bank Withdrawal Request: if applicable. This form must be completed by eligible staff members desiring to withdraw from the Sick Leave Bank.

Sick Leave Assistance Request: if applicable.