Mesa Public Schools cares about the health and well-being of our employees. The district’s wellness program, Take Steps for Wellness, provides assistance and creates opportunities for employees to lead healthier lifestyles. One of the goals of Take Steps for Wellness is to create a culture of wellness throughout the Mesa community.
We work with healthcare providers, government agencies, district programs, and district partners to provide a wide variety of free services to employees.
Know your numbers!
Did you miss the on-site biometric screenings? No worries! Click here to learn more options to know your numbers.
2022 Wellness Award Winners
Congratulations to the 2022 Wellness Award winners. Wellness Champions are audiology’s Suzy McDowell and Adams Elementary fourth-grade teacher Del Somers. The Healthiest Site award was given to Emerson Elementary. Learn more about our 2022 Wellness Award winners.
Cigna Healthy Rewards: Fitbit Discount
Resilience, commonly defined as the ability to quickly recover from challenges, has been a recurring theme this year. Cigna’s new survey shows that resilience is at risk for 3 in 5 Americans and reveals a significant connection between low resilience, productivity in the workplace, and overall health. The good news is there is a lot you can do to build and maintain your resilience. Click here for more information.
Cigna Virtual Wellness Screenings
Cigna has a deep collaboration with MDLIVE for virtual care: medical, behavioral, and now virtual wellness screenings. You’re busy. So, chances are, you may not be taking the time to get your preventive check-up. But what if it could take you less time than you think? With virtual wellness screenings through MDLIVE, it can. You can get an appointment during the day, evening or weekend. Get your virtual wellness screening from anywhere via video or phone. Click here for more information.
Take Steps for Wellness Employee Wellness
Cigna has a community resource tool that helps locate free or reduced services within your community.
It's easy to use; visit cignacommunity.findhelp.com and enter a zip code. You can search by keyword or category. Viola! You will receive a list of organizations with details on services they provide, plus their contact information.
Try it out and if you know of anyone who can benefit from it - share this great community resource.
Opt in to Texting
Text messages are a great way to receive important news and updates from the district. To opt in to receiving texts, text YES to 67587.
To successfully receive text messages, your cell phone number must be on file in the iVisions employee self-service web portal. Access the portal using your active directory login information.
Need to update your iVisions password? Call the help desk at 480-472-0044. Passwords cannot be reset via email.