• MARCH 14, 2023 UPDATE

    Unofficial vote totals from Canyon and Ada counties show 56.34% approval of our bond -- short of the 66.7% needed to pass. Thank you to all in our community who took the time to share information in advance of today’s bond election. While we are disappointed in the outcome, we look forward to continuing the conversation with our communities about how to meet the needs of the children we serve in our fast-growing community.



    Kuna Superintendent Wendy Johnson and district officials answer questions from the community about the upcoming bond.

    Virtual Q&A

    Facebook Live

FAQs Voting

  • Where's my polling place?

  • Who can I call with voting questions?

  • Who can vote in the March 14, 2023 Bond Election?

  • What will the ballot say?

FAQ Videos By School

  • Q&A Crimson Point Elementary School

  • Q&A Fremont Middle School

  • Q&A Hubbard Elementary School

  • Q&A Indian Creek Elementary School

  • Q&A Initial Point High School

  • Q&A Kuna Middle School

  • Q&A Kuna/Swan Falls High Schools

  • Q&A Reed Elementary School

  • Q&A Ross Elementary School

  • Q&A Silver Trail Elementary School

FAQs Bond

  • Understanding the Ballot and Tax Rate Impact video

  • What would be the tax impact of the bond?

  • If the bond passes, would Swan Falls become a stand-alone high school?

  • Where would the new elementary school be built?

  • Don't district get impact fees to build schools?

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