Swan Falls High School has a mascot.
Amid a 5.4% enrollment increase, the Kuna School Board of Trustees approved both an emergency levy and a decrease in the school district’s regular levy rate.
The Kuna School District’s taxable market value is projected to grow by nearly 30% in 2020, which may be cause for a decrease in the district’s tax levy, according to a recent financial report.
Scores for last year’s Idaho Standards Achievement Tests have been released, and Kuna School District’s results fell short of state averages and school district leaders’ goals.
After two years of renovations, the Kuna School District on Aug. 13 unveiled expanded facilities at Fremont Middle School, the district’s second middle school, which opened last year.
High school and middle school students in the Kuna School District will see an increased cost in paid school lunches this year.
Activity fees for students at secondary schools in Kuna are going up this year.
Kuna FFA students said they raised over $45,000 during their annual community auction Monday, Sept. 24. This is $10,000 over their goal of $35,000.
The Kuna School District is offering a free event, complete with babysitting, for adults who want to advance their jobs or careers, reenter the workforce or go back to school.
As a parent, Danielle Koons said she is feeling the consequences of the school district’s busing changes. Koons has two children in elementary school who now get home via bus an hour later than they used to. There were some days, Koons said, when her children would get home on the bus close …
Project Impact STEM Academy broke ground for its new school Saturday, May 19.
Kuna Joint School District is announcing some administration changes for the 2018-19 school year:
The Kuna School District is changing its security tools and protocols. Some changes are currently underway for some schools, and plans are being developed for others, according to district administrators.
It only happens every other year.
Seventy-two freshmen from Kuna High School’s Health Professions Pathway Program had the opportunity to step outside the classroom and into the real, working world of health care.
The Kuna FFA celebrated their 69th annual Chapter FFA Banquet on April 30.
A new charter school’s opening in Kuna will affect the Kuna school district’s 2018-19 budget, and the district is already making staff cuts and other adjustments.
The Kuna School District will offer free, all-day, everyday kindergarten classes starting in the 2018-19 school year.
Silence settled in the high school halls.
Are free, all-day, everyday kindergarten classes feasible, and desired, for the Kuna Joint School District?
KUNA SENIOR NEWS
Family Movie Night at the Kuna Library will be 6 p.m. March 6. The library will be presenting “Coco.” Free popcorn will be available.
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KUNA SENIOR NEWS
The Kuna Library would like to congratulate our Kuna Klues winner for the month of January, Cole Noteboom. Cole correctly guessed the title of the mystery book, “Danny and the Dinosaur,” by Syd Hoff. As the winner, Cole received a copy of the book. Way to go, Cole! Come to the Children’s Roo…
Kuna’s new high school design is on paper.
On Jan. 29-30, several Kuna FFA members had the opportunity to attend the annual Cenarrusa Day on the Hill Luncheon, and the 212/360o leadership conference in Boise.
Tractor Supply Company stores in Idaho has launched its third annual Grants for Growing campaign — a competitive grant program designed to support local FFA chapters in Idaho that want to make a difference in their communities through sustainable agriculture-focused projects.
The Kuna Joint School District has approved school boundary changes for the 2018-19 year.
Upgrades are underway for Melba High School’s weight room thanks to $12,000 from community donations.
Kuna’s future STEM charter school has the green light to open, with a few conditions that still need to be met.
Students in Kuna elementary schools were given the opportunity to write essays and submit them to be read and judged at Kuna Down Home Country Christmas.
Over 1,700 students, 23 newspaper photos, 16 program designs, 16 years, one teacher, Anita Edwards. Edwards held a tissue to her eye as she stepped up to the microphone in front of several hundred concert attendees.
Friday, Dec. 15 is Teed Elementary School’s final Christmas performance … ever.
KUNA — The school district will change its boundaries in the 2018-19 school year.