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Kuna Joint School District is announcing some administration changes for the 2018-19 school year:

David Beymer has been named principal of Initial Point High School. Beymer has been with Kuna School District for 14 years as building administrator, dean and athletic director. Prior to his time in Kuna School District, Beymer was a special education teacher with the Nampa School District.

“Initial Point High School offers students an exceptional learning environment,” Beymer stated in a press release. “The teachers are among the finest and it is an honor to serve at IPHS as an educational leader.”

Timothy Jensen has been named the Building Administrator of the newly formed Fremont Middle School. Jensen was most recently the superintendent and high school principal for Council School District. He is returning to the Treasure Valley to be closer to his family.

Jensen has five years of secondary school administration experience. Jensen is also currently a doctoral student at Boise State University in curriculum and instruction.

“I am thrilled to help lead Kuna’s new middle school,” Jensen said in a press release. “Fremont Middle School will be offering quality instruction and opportunities for the students we will be serving.”

Mysti Schmidt has been named principal of Ross Elementary School. Schmidt is currently an assistant principal at Phoenix Union High School where she has served for four years in administration and six years as a teacher.

“I’m thrilled to join the Ross team,” Schmidt said in the release. “Being a principal provides me with so many opportunities to connect with kids, teachers, parents, educational professionals and community members to improve the educational experience for all students at Ross. Together we can make a positive and lasting impact to the lives of Ross students and employees and I am really excited to serve the Ross and Kuna communities!”

Kuna School District educates approximately 5,600 students in one of the fastest-growing communities in Idaho.

 

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