Mark your calendars now!! There will be NO SCHOOL from November 23-27 for Thanksgiving break. And again next month from December 21-31. School will reconvene on January 5th. You can view all of the breaks by going to the School Calendars page. We wish everyone a happy and safe holiday!
Earlier this year our very own Shawn Patterson was named PE Teacher of the year for the state of Idaho, This month, we learned he was awarded PE Teacher of the year for the entire northwest region. His application is now being sent to the National level for PE Teacher of the Year, where he will attend the National SHAPE America Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We wish him the best and are so proud that he teaches our Crimson Point Wildcats everyday. Please congratulate him the next time you see him! Best of luck Mr. Patterson!!
On November 10, 2015 Kuna High School hosted our annual Veterans Day Assembly. The packed gymnasium showed honor to the veterans of our community through presentations, song, and military traditions. The combined choirs, Men’s Choir, and Chamber Choir added to the dignity of the event through outstanding performances. Our Jr. ROTC Department (the only one of its kind in Idaho) presented the colors and ensured that military customs were properly rendered. Retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, Kenneth Dewien encouraged us and the students to live with integrity, a sense of service and excellence in all we do. Long time organizer of the event, Laurie Weatherby was presented with a flag that was flown over the U.S. Capitol Building in her honor.
The Kuna High School FFA Chapter has received 3 significant awards at their annual convention held in Louisville, Kentucky October 28-31, 2015.