AC eyes compliance with health care law
Preparations are under way at Adams Central to bring the school into compliance with the new Affordable Health Care Act that will take effect in January, 2014.
Incoming Superintendent Dr. Lori Richmond, along with corporation Treasurer Pam Hawbaker and Secretary to the Superintendent Heather Schaffer, spoke with the AC Board of Education Tuesday about the new health plan and what it will mean for AC.
Richmond told the board under the new plan, the school must offer health insurance for all full-time employees, now classified as a person who works 30 or more hours for the school. Employees working fewer than 30 hours do not qualify for insurance coverage under the new plan.
For further details see today's print and e-editions.