It is the responsibility of parents to provide health insurance coverage for their children. The Glastonbury Board of Education does not indemnify parents who do not have insurance coverage for their children.
Student accident insurance is offered to all parents at a modest cost. This accident insurance can supplement your existing family health insurance or can be purchased as stand-alone coverage. The Glastonbury Board of Education approves the offering of student accident insurance but does not act as agent, administrator, or arbitrator should a dispute or claim arise.
Student Accident Insurance
Choice of THREE School Approved Insurance Plans
Pays Regardless of Other Insurance. Dental coverage can be combined with accident coverage.
Around-the-clock/anywhere in the world 24 hours a day; until one year after the date the Policy coverage begins. Coverage ends when school reopens the following school year. Covers eligible injuries resulting from covered accidents:
Before, during and after school
Weekends, vacation and all summer including summer school
School sponsored and supervised extracurricular activities excluding interscholastic sports
Accident only plan that protects your student during the regular school term, on school premises, while school is in session.
Direct and uninterrupted travel to and from home and scheduled classes.
While participating in or attending School Sponsored Activities and directly and continuously supervised by a School official or employee, subject to the limitations of the Policy.
Supervised travel directly to and from school sponsored and supervised sports and activities excluding interscholastic sports.
Voluntary supplemental dental coverage in effect 24 hours a day extended to students with Around-the-Clock or At-School Coverage.
Benefits not to exceed a maximum of $50,000 when injury to sound natural teeth requires treatment within 60 days of a covered accident.
Only eligible expenses incurred by the Covered Person within the Benefit Period from the date of the accident are covered.
If a dentist certifies that treatment must be deferred, deferred benefits will be paid to a maximum of $1,000.