Kuna School District
For West Ada and Boise schools, yellow means go … gradually
West Ada students will be back in school starting Monday. The Boise School District will begin allowing students back in school on Sept. 21.
Days after opening their doors, Kuna schools report coronavirus cases
The Kuna district is reporting two confirmed coronavirus cases, and a third, probable case. The district opened with a hybrid class schedule, against the recommendation of local health officials.
CDH sticks to online learning recommendation for West Ada
The state’s largest school district will begin the school year online on Sept. 8. Parents have pushed for schools to open, and protesters showed up at district headquarters Monday morning.
Meridian Press: Suburban districts seek help from ‘bond fatigue’
School trustees from across the state will consider the proposals in November, in the runup to the 2020 legislative session.
All day, every day: Kuna wagers on expanded kindergarten
As Kuna launches its second year of all-day kindergarten, the jitters have given way to optimism. And the early test results show promise.
Kuna district seeks impact fees for new schools
Kuna officials hope to convince school trustees and legislators to endorse the change, the Idaho Press reported Sunday. The former might prove to be easier than the latter.
Kuna district sued over sexual allegations
In the lawsuit, attorneys seek at least $2 million in damages, saying employees knew an office manager was “grooming” a student for a sexual relationship. The Idaho Statesman reported on the civil suit Thursday.
Kuna teacher switches careers to teach fitness
Shawn Patterson, a physical education teacher at Crimson Point Elementary, went from making $56,000 a year to $19,000 — all to teach kids how to live an active lifestyle.
Kuna trustees hope to end division
Trustees Michael Law and Carl Ericson said they want to put this year’s contentious election issues behind them and focus on education.
Kuna recall effort fails
Opponents of Michael Law say he opposed a levy and so he should be removed from office. Law says he was concerned for families in poverty.