Oswego Classroom Teachers' Association
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Oswego Classroom Teachers' Association Benefits
NYSTRS - (New York State Teachers Retirement System)
Oswego Classroom Teachers' Association wants all of its members to be well-informed about the benefits availiable to them at all stages of their career.
Below, OCTA members can find current information related to benefits in service, and in retirement.
The NYSTRS website is packed with information for educators at any stage of their teaching career. Whether you want to calculate your pension, research the state of the public pension system, watch a video on how to file for disability protection, print a change of beneficiary form or find an answer for those people who tell you that defined benefit plans are a drain on the nation's economy, the NYSTRS website is always there for you. Click the image to the right to browse the NYSTRS website. Sign up for an account today! Dan Rose and Amy Armet, your OCSD NYSTRS delegates, attend the NYSTRS Annual Convention each year and have access to the most up-to-date retirement information! Click the link to the right to browse the NYSTRS website.
Click on the following images below to access benefit websites. Create an account to stay up to date with all of your personal benefit information!
Choosing A Dental Plan
Choosing a dental insurance plan can be overwhelming—monthly premiums, annual maximums, deductibles and more leave you with a lot to consider. Delta Dental wants to make your decision easier by demystifying the process of selecting a dental insurance plan. Click on the Delta Dental icon (below) to visit the DD Website and learn more about oral health, search for a dentist, review your claims and more!
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For Members Retiring:
Please be advised that if you want to participate in the dental insurance program as a retiree, you MUST be enrolled as an ‘active’ participant.
Non-participants must enroll during the open enrollment before retirement.