Kuna School District News

Meeting Agenda and Minutes

Meeting minutes are not official until approved by the board at their next regular school board meeting. 

2018 Meeting Agendas and Minutes:
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October 9    
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 Meeting documents are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

School Board FAQ


Q: How do I get an item on the agenda?

A: Contact the Superintendent or the Board Chairman at least seven working days prior to the next regularly scheduled board meeting.

Q: Is there a time limit for patrons addressing the Board?

A: There is no time limit, but we ask that you try and keep your comments as brief as possible · around three minutes.

Q: I am having a problem with my child's teacher. Can I call the Board?

A: Yes, but your Trustee will refer you back to the building principal or a district administrator. It is our policy to try and resolve issues at the community level.

Q: Does the Board get involved in the day-to-day operations of schools?

A: Yes and no. The Board sets the policies that guide daily operations, but principals and district administrators manage day-to-day operations.

Q: I'd like to serve on a district committee to help guide the Board. What should I do?

A: Each year the school board appoints citizens from their zone to serve on a variety of committees. Contract your Trustee or the Clerk of the Board at 922-1000 if you would like to serve on a district committee.

Q: I can't attend Board meetings but would like to share my ideas and opinions. What can I do?

A: Attending a Board meeting is just one of the ways you can get involved. You can call the District Office and leave a message for the Board, send an e-mail message, write a letter, or call your Trustee.

KSD Strategic Plan

Student Achievement Goals

1. Every student will learn and achieve to reach his or her full potential in education, career, and society.

2. Maintain and grow a high quality educational system, including student achievement, and community and parent partnerships.

Operational Goals

1. Hire, retain and invest in a highly qualified staff.

2. Maintain and cultivate safe, effective, and efficient operational and fiscal practices.

3. Improve community satisfaction, relations and communications.




2015-2020 Strategic Plan and 2015-16 Annual Report

2016-17 Projects Aligned to Strategic Plan

Kuna School District Annual Report 2014 - 2015

Kuna School District Annual Report 2013 - 2014

School Board Information


The Kuna School Board is composed of five citizens, each representing a different geographic region of the district. They serve without pay in overlapping terms of four years.


Regular Meetings

The Kuna School Board of Trustees meets on the second Tuesday of every month in the Support Services Building Conference Room located at 711 E. Porter Road, Kuna, at 6:30 p.m.. Special meetings are also called when necessary. All meetings are open to the public.

State law permits the Board to go into executive session to discuss student, personnel, negotiations, property, or legal matters. No vote on any item may be taken in executive session.

Board agendas are posted at the District Office at least 48 hours before a regular meeting and 24 hours before a special meeting. Local news media are notified of every meeting.


Addressing the Board

meeting_microphoneMeetings of the Board of Trustees follow a standard, published agenda. The Chairman of the Board presides at all meetings. Patrons who wish to comment on agenda items may do so by signing the Public Comment Sheet located at the entrance to the meeting room.

Each board meeting follows the same format: approval of the minutes, review and approval of the consent agenda, discussion and action on special reports, old business, new business, and the Superintendent's report.

When appearing before the Board, please state your name, address, and the item on the agenda you wish to discuss. Public comment on items before the Board is encouraged. The Board's function is decision-making and the sentiments of the patrons assist in making those decisions.


Privacy Law and Employees' Rights

The rights of employees, students and others are protected by various laws and policies. At a public meeting of the Board of Trustees, no person shall orally initiate charges or complaints against students or individual employees of the district.

All complaints, concerns, or challenges regarding a specific school or individual should be registered first at the building level with the appropriate teacher or principal. Experience has shown that this is the best procedure. The Board is the final level of appeal. All concerns, if presented to the Board directly, will be referred back to the building principal or Superintendent for investigation.

Board Members


boardThe Kuna School Board is the policy making body of the school district, establishing the principles that govern the daily operation of the school system. Each of the five trustees represent specific geographic zones in the district. Individual members have no authority to act on their own but meet as a board in a formal session. They receive no salaries or benefits and are elected to a Four-year term.


The community (parents and non-parents) is encouraged to attend school board meetings. The board offers numerous opportunities for patrons to serve on advisory committees and participate in policy making decisions.


2017-2018 Kuna School Board Trustees


Joy Garrison

Zone 1 (click for map)

J.D. Grant

Zone 2 (click for map)

Sallie Ann McArthur

Zone 3 (click for map)
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Kim Nixon

Zone 4 (click for map)
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Carl Ericson

Zone 5 (click for map)
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Cairlissa Morgan

Board Clerk

Superintendent Johnson's Newsletter


Superintendent Johnson's Newsletter

View the past and recent newsletters from Superintendent Johnson to patrons and employees:
Superintendent Johnson's Newsletter...

Rumors, Questions, Feedback


Rumors, Questions, Feedback

If you heard a rumor and want clarification or want to give feedback, please use the following link:
Rumors, Questions, Feedback...

School Alert Text Messaging


School Alert Text Messaging

Text Messaging is just another important tool Kuna School District is implementing as a way to communicate to parents.

District and Community eFlyers


Kuna School District - Peachjar

School and school district-approved eflyers will keep you informed about upcoming school activities, programs, and events.

  • NO SCHOOL (Labor Day) - Sept. 3

    KMS/FMS Back to School Night - 5:30 - 7:00 PM - Sept. 6

    NO SCHOOL (Teacher In-Service) - Sept. 21

    KHS Parent Teacher Conferences 4-7 PM - Sept. 25

    IPHS Parent Teacher Conferences 4-7 PM - Sept. 27

    KMS/FMS Student Led Conferences 6-8 PM - Sept. 27

    NO SCHOOL (State In-Service) - Oct. 4-5

    K-5 Parent Teacher Conferences and 2 hour early release - Oct. 18-19

    End of Quarter 1 (6-12) - Oct. 26



  • kids hallwayNew Student Registration - 2018-19 School Year

    All new students registering for the 2018-19 school year, can complete the registration packet by clicking the following links which are available in both English and Spanish. If you have any questions, please check out the Online Enrollment FAQ

    KinderlogoKindergarten Registration - 2018-19 School Year

    The district offers a variety of schedules and programs in order to best meet the needs of families in our community.

    Kindergarten registration for the 2018/19 school year will open Feb. 1, 2018.

  • kuna way

    The Kuna Way Awards

    Please help us to celebrate our colleagues and community partners who are examples of practicing the Kuna Way.

    If you know of someone who should receive this award, please nominate this person via the website feedback link.

Kuna Weather

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Kuna Mission and Vision


The Kuna School District inspires each student to become a lifelong learner and a contributing, responsible citizen.


Working together with parents, community resources and educators, each student who graduates from the Kuna School District will have the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to have the future he/she desires.