Lake Havasu Unified Employee Benefits

Lake Havasu Unified School District No. 1 is a great place to work! Besides being located in beautiful Lake Havasu City, this friendly District offers many benefits to full time employees and provides opportunities for growth and stability. Check out what LHUSD has to offer:

  • Competitive wages.
  • Benefits - medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
  • Access to eDocAmerica website - Covered members can now have their medical questions answered online free of charge by doctors and nurses 24/7. A toll free number is also available.
  • Flexible Benefit Spending Accounts - Should an employee elect to enroll in the Flexible Spending Plan, he or she may set aside, on a pretax basis, up to $2,500 for non-reimbursable medical expenses and up to $5,000 ($2,500 if married and filing separate tax returns) for a dependent care spending account.
  • College Partnerships - for certification, recertification, professional development.
  • Community Involvement and Support.
  • Highly qualified teachers.
  • Mentor/Mentee Program – new teachers are paired with experienced teachers for the first two years of employment.
  • New Teacher Orientation - 5 full days at beginning of school year.
  • Professional Development – the District offers ongoing professional development opportunities to all staff free of charge. These courses may be used for recertification and/or horizontal movement credit if completed after school operating hours.
  • Professional Organizations/AEA Membership.
  • Professional Leave.
  • Sick/Personal Leave - 10 days a year.
  • Social Security (Employee/Employer Matching).
  • Staff Handbook.
  • State Accredited Schools and Curriculum.
  • State Retirement Plan (Employee/Employer Matching).
  • Tax Sheltered Annuity.
  • Technology - integrating technology into the classroom is encouraged.
    • Teacher Computer and LCD Projector in every classroom
    • At least 1 computer lab per school
    • 75+% of teachers have interactive whiteboards (ie: SmartBoards)
    • Mobile Mac and PC Laptop Labs at specific school sites
    • Tablet integration such as iPads and Kindle Fires (at specific school sites)
    • Online student management system and gradebook including teacher, student and parent Apps
    • District online assessment software
    • Tech Professional Development Classes
      • Social Media Integration (including Facebook, Twitter, Edmodo, etc).
      • BYOD – Bring Your Own Device integration
      • Online learning (ie: HavasuOnline)
      • Multiple District Tech Committees (teachers supporting technology integration)
    • computers in classrooms/computer labs.
    • electronic gradebooks.
    • on-line assessment tool.
    • on-line learning.
    • technology classes.