St. Paul’s School maintains an array of employee benefits designed to provide security and opportunity for employees and their families. Full-time active employees with a regular schedule of 28 hours or more are eligible to participate; and part-time regular employees who work at least 20 hours per week are eligible for a number of them as well.

HEALTH

· medical insurance
· dental insurance
· healthcare flexible spending account

INCOME PROTECTION

· sick pay (Staff)
· long-term disability insurance
· Workers’ Compensation
· Unemployment Insurance

RETIREMENT

· School retirement plan (403b)
· retiree medical insurance
· Social Security
· Medicare

SURVIVORS

· life insurance
· accidental death insurance
· retiree life insurance
· business travel accident insurance

CURRENT LIFE ENHANCEMENT

· paid vacation (Staff)
· paid holidays (Staff)
· paid personal days (Staff)
· paid bereavement leave
· paid jury duty leave
· paid military leave
· paid sabbatical leave (Faculty)
· educational assistance/professional development
· St. Paul’s School tuition
· meals
· use of School facilities
· School arts programs
· awards and recognition
· employee assistance program
· on-site infant/toddler care, preschool, and
  school-age after school care
· dependent care flexible spending account
· School Year Abroad (Faculty)
· summer travel (Faculty)

THE CHILDREN'S LEARNING CENTER

Located on the grounds of St. Paul's School, The Children's Learning Center offers a warm, safe, and nurturing environment to the children of the School's staff and faculty. The CLC offers the children enriching learning experiences that promote positive self-image as well as strong cognitive and social skills.

The CLC offers early childhood education and care for infant/toddler, preschool, and school-age children.

The Center has been accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs since July, 1993. It is one of fewer than 45 early childhood programs in New Hampshire (out of 1,200 licensed facilities in the state) and 5,957 programs nationally -- just 6% -- to have achieved accreditation. Accreditation criteria far exceed individual state licensing requirements in the areas of teacher-to-child ratios and group sizes, curriculum, teacher credentials, and program management. NAECP accreditation is the field's professional benchmark for high quality early childhood education and child care programming.

Learn more about the CLC