Students stream into Kuna Middle School. The town’s growth is part of the reason the school district sought a bond in March for building expansion.
Students stream into Kuna Middle School. The town’s growth is part of the reason the school district sought a bond in March for building expansion. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Students stream into Kuna Middle School. The town’s growth is part of the reason the school district sought a bond in March for building expansion. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

In March, Kuna voters said ‘yes’ to a new high school. Here’s where it will be built.

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