• Getting involved 

    The Kuna School District Board or Superintendent may appoint advisory committees to consider matters of district­wide importance, increase communication with the public and provide for citizen involvement.

    These are not always permanent committees and do not relieve the Board of its legal responsibility to make final decisions about district matters. 

    Board Committees

    • Capital Plan Task Force.  This advisory committee began its work in January 2022 and is charged with providing recommendations to the Board about current and future facility needs.  

    Superintendent Committees

    Negotiations

    • Negotiations   This team is comprised of representatives of the Kuna Education Association (KEA) and the Kuna School District. 

    Community Outreach

    • Community Outreach. Feedback from stakeholders is important to shape policies and programs that impact them and our students and staff. These efforts may be one-time events focused on a specific topic or a broader issue.