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Health insurance costs rise for Menasha schools

6:27 PM, Apr. 26, 2013
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Even with employees contributing more toward health insurance premiums, the Menasha Joint School District will pay an additional $500,000 for health insurance in 2013-14.

The school board opted not to renew its plan with Network Health, which would have cost the district more than $950,000 per year, according to documents obtained by Post-Crescent Media. It switched to the Wisconsin Counties Association, the low bidder, but that plan will cost the district $541,656 more than it currently pays.

Employees will contribute 12.5 percent of their health insurance premiums, up from 5.8 ...

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