School Board FAQ

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.

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Kuna Mission and Vision

little-professorMission

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.