Arizona State Retirement
The Arizona State Legislature established the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) on July 1, 1953, to provide retirement and other benefits for employees of the state, the state universities, and political subdivisions in Arizona. Public school teachers, previously covered under a Teachers' Retirement System, voted to join the ASRS effective January 1, 1955.
Participation in the ASRS Plan is a condition of employment for eligible employees of participating employers. Roosevelt School District 66 is a political subdivision in the state, and as such, is a participating employer in the ASRS.
For more information on the ASRS, and to take full advantage of the services and benefits they offer, please visit their website or click on the resources listed below.