FAQs about the March 9 Kuna School District Election

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The Kuna School Board created a "growing forward" 10-year plan based on priorities identified by the community, parents, and teachers.
The plan would: 
  • Address community priorities for student learning with an annual supplemental levy (levy for learning) renewed every two years
  • Create space for future new students with bonds (bonds for buildings) about every three to four years
  • Harness growth to fund school growth and keep the tax rate stable and predictable

Following this plan, Kuna voters have:

  • 2017 - approved a bond for buildings
  • 2017 - approved a levy for learning for 2017-18 & 2018-19 
  • 2019 - renewed the levy for learning for 2019-20 & 2020-21

Following its plan, the Kuna School Board is asking voters on March 9 to renew the levy for learning for the 2021-22 & 2022-23 for the same amount