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Title IA

Title I is a federally funded program in six of our elementary schools. Funding for this program is based on the percentage of students attending each school who qualify for free or reduced lunches. Title I provides reading and math support for students who are performing below grade level according to District and/or State benchmarks. Our goal is to help every child become successful in reading and math by providing lessons to reinforce reading/math strategies. Each child’s progress is closely monitored to ensure instruction is meeting his/her needs. Students are expected to complete all assigned work and practice these strategies at home each day.


Parents are a vital link for success in school. We encouraged parents to build strong parent/school relationships through effective communication, attending school conferences, and assisting at home to develop good study habits. We ask parents to contact their child’s teacher(s) with any questions about progress. 

 

Title 1 Staff Contact Information

Peck SuzanneDistrict Title 1 Coordinator

Suzanne M. Peck

711 E. Porter Street
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 922-1000
Fax: (208) 922-5646

 

 

Forrey AmandaIndian Creek Title 1 Interventionist

Mandy Forrey

911 W. 4th Street
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 922-1009

 

Doan KathleenRoss Title 1 Interventionist

Kandy Doan

610 N. School Avenue
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 922-1011

Kingery KristinaHubbard Title 1 Interventionist

Kristina Kringery

311 E Porter Street
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 922-1007

 

Jones ChristenaTeed Title 1 Interventionist

Chris Jones

441 E. Porter Street
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 922-1005

Smith CindyCrimson Point Title 1 Interventionist

Cindy Smith

1941 N. Shayla Avenue
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 955-0230

 

Fellin RoxanneReed Title 1 Interventionist

Roxanne Fellin

1670 N. Linder Road
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 955-0229

School Social Work Services


Who We Are

School Social Work Services within the KSD are provided by a combination of professional staff, multiple full year social work interns assigned from area university social work programs and volunteers contributing to the implementation of social work projects and services. Certified district social work staff consists of Jeff Harry, LMSW, Coordinator of District Social Work Services, Shannon Shayne, LMSW, Family Resources Coordinator, and Sara Lawson, LMSW, Social Worker.

Harry JeffCoordinator of District Social Work Services

Jeff Harry, LMSW


Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 861-4400

 

Family Resource CoordinatorShane Shannon

Shannon Shayne, LMSW


Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 761-0820

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District Social Worker

Sara Lawson, LMSW


Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 861-4400

   

 

What We Do

School social work services consist of both direct interventions with students and families and indirect services including working with school, community, and other agency personnel to address student concerns and needs including assistance to student families.

Direct services include:
• Small group student counseling focused on issues such as family divorce/separation, bullying prevention, tolerance toward others, social skills, conflict resolution, personal problem solving, and self-esteem/self-identity.
• Short-term, individualized student counseling sessions to solve specific presenting issues present in the student’s life.
• Sustained, concrete resource supports for students and their families carried out through projects such as Operation School Bell, Weekend Backpack Program, Back to School Supplies, Holiday Family Giving Trees and Santa Bus Projects, Weekly Food Pantry, Community Garden Project, and Daddy Daughter Dance.

Indirect services include:
• Providing student and family resource connections to other community agencies, institutions, and service providers with the goal of enhancing student school progress and family well being.
• Conducting pertinent student assessments and plans including social histories, functional behavioral assessments, positive behavioral intervention plans, and bio-psychosocial assessments.
• Mobilizing family, school, and community resources to enable the child to learn as effectively as possible in his or her educational environment.

Student & Community Services

 

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Welcome to Student & Community Services

Welcome to the Student & Community Services website. This website is designed to provide up to date information on our program, services, activities, and accomplishments. Our goal is to provide quality assistance to students, parents, staff and administrators.

   

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide comprehensive and individualized services to empower all students to realize their educational goals. When we say all students we mean all. Students have all different kinds of backgrounds that include students from low income or migrant families, having disabilities, acquiring English as a second language, medical or health concerns, struggling with emotional issues or homelessness. We support students in a variety of ways; from working with individual students to working with small groups and classes to providing resources and training. We have personnel with specialized skills and resources. Our Student Support Services are listed to your right with links to for more information. You will find names, emails, telephone numbers and resources. Our dedicated staff put their heart and soul into serving students. They look forward to working on behalf of your child.

 

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Administrator

Eileen OShea

711 E. Porter Street
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Phone: (208) 922-1000
Fax: (208) 922-5646

Superintendent Johnson's Newsletter

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Superintendent Johnson's Newsletter

View the past and recent newsletters from Superintendent Johnson to patrons and employees:
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Rumors, Questions, Feedback

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Rumors, Questions, Feedback

If you heard a rumor and want clarification or want to give feedback, please use the following link:
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School Alert Text Messaging

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School Alert Text Messaging

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

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Kuna School District - Peachjar

School and school district-approved eflyers will keep you informed about upcoming school activities, programs, and events.
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  • Thanksgiving Break - Nov. 20-24

    Winter Break - Dec. 22 - Jan 5

    No School (Human Rights Day) - Jan 15

    Finals: Grades 7-12 (2 hour early release) - Jan. 18-19

    End of Quarter 2/Semester 1 - Jan. 19

    Kindergarten 2018 Registration Opens - Feb 1

    No School (Teacher In-service) - Feb. 16

    No School (Presidents Day) - Feb. 19

  • kids hallwayNew Student Registration - 2017-18 School Year

    All new students registering for the 2017-18 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 - 2017-18 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 2017 - 2018 school year, Now Open.

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    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.

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Kuna Mission and Vision

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

Vision

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.