About District 109 Benefits

  • District 109 offers a variety of benefits to staff, including medical and dental coverage and other wellness benefits, life and disability insurance, investment programs and other financial benefits. If you have any questions about your benefits, please contact:

    Lisa Branick
    Benefit Specialist
    Department of Finance & Operations
    847-945-1844 x7224

Medical and Dental Insurance

Wellness Benefits


  • District 109 offers a unique benefit to staff and dependents to help them get care they need, anywhere. Teladoc is a service that allows you to be connected with a U.S. board-certified physician in minutes, anytime, from anywhere you have a phone or video-enabled device. Teladoc doctors provide quality care for non-emergency health issues through phone or video consult. Common issues Teladoc physicians treat include:

    • Respiratory infection
    • Allergies
    • Bronchitis
    • Cold and flu symptoms
    • Skin problems
    • Sinus problems

    Visit Teladoc.com and follow these instructions to set up an account for yourself and your dependents (covered dependents over age 18 can set up their own accounts).

    View the FAQ page for answers to your common questions about Teledoc.

Flexible Spending Plan

Life & Disability Insurance

  • The District provides basic life insurance and long-term disability insurance to employees. Employees also can purchase additional, affordable life insurance.

403b & 457 Plans

  • The District offers employees the opportunities to invest for their retirement in optional 457 and 403(b) programs. You can find information on the website for TCG Administrators (formerly JEM Resource Partners), the plan administrator.

    The information provided on this website is not for the purpose of providing personal financial product or investment advice. It does not take into account your particular investment objectives, financial situation, or investment needs. You should assess whether the information provided is appropriate to your particular investment objectives, financial situation, and investment needs. You should do this before making an investment decision. You can either make this assessment yourself or seek the assistance of a financial or legal adviser. The information contained in this website and the informational links is not a recommendation to invest in any investments, securities, or financial products.

    Resource for retirement savings information and advice is from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) and the SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy.


  • Employees may receive contributions to the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) or the Illinois Teachers Retirement System (TRS). If you are a member, you can visit the websites below to learn more about your benefits: