The SPTRFA Board of Trustees oversees the Association’s investments and operations, with the assistance of an Executive Director and six staff. Three SPTRFA Board seats are up for election. The three-year re-election seats are held by, Feryle Borgeson, John Kunz, and Michael McKay. Candidates for the position of trustee must be nominated by ten members of SPTRFA.
To request a nomination form, call or visit us during normal office hours, Monday thru Friday, 8:00-4:30. Completed forms must be received by close of business, November 9, 2018. Copies or facsimiles will not be accepted. Nominations submitted by the deadline will appear on the voting proxy.
How to Contact the SPTRFA office: Call 651-642-2550, Monday – Friday, 8:30 to 4:30 pm.
- Active members, please take a moment to update your beneficiaries – Click to download the Designation of Beneficiary Form and submit in person, fax or by mail to the St. Paul Teachers’ Retirement Fund Office.
- Active members, please update your address using the Saint Paul Public Schools Employee Self Service Portal
Governor Mark Dayton has signed the 2018 Omnibus Retirement Bill into law!
Gov. Dayton signed the Omnibus Pension Bill, May 31 at 10 a.m. on 5/31/2018 in the State Capitol Rotunda. Minnesota House and Minnesota Senate both voted unanimously to pass SF2620, the 2018 omnibus pension bill! Thank you to Senator Pappas, Senator Julie Rosen and Rep. Tim O’Driscoll for your leadership!
Read more about this bill on the LCPR website, www.lcpr.leg.mn.
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Members Thinking of Retiring in 2018-2019?
If you are retiring at the end of the school year we strongly encourage you to meet with us prior to submitting SPTRFA retirement application. Call 651-642-2550 to schedule your appointment.
Before your appointment read the pension benefit application process using the links below:
Important Reminder: You must complete all SPTRFA Retirement Application paperwork and provide the required documentation prior to receiving your pension benefit.