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Kuna District and Curriculum
Kuna School District advises their students to continue learning and contributing throughout life. To support this endeavor, it offers art, athletic, trade and industry programs, as well as academics. The English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum for Kuna is based on 6 grade level objectives: Conventions, Ideas and Content, Organization, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency and Voice. For Math, students learn more information about fewer topics and able to understand and answer why results happen and be able to prove it. They will apply math skills they learn to the real world.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Kuna District Curriculum
In elementary language arts, students use simple words to draft stories that have a beginning and end. Students still use inventive spelling in first grade, and they also learn the correct spelling of frequently used (sight) words, begin to put capital letters at the beginning of sentences, and punctuation marks at the end. By graduation, write with confidence as they apply all the grammar skills they have learned. They learn how to draw a picture with words for an intended purpose and audience that summons strong feelings from their readers.
The Math curriculum begins with an introduction to numerical operations, identification of shapes, measurement, estimation of the length of objects in customary units, and the value of money. Eventually, students learn about the concept of ratios and applying that concept to problem solving. Students also learn how to find the least common multiple and greatest common factor, and how to work with fractions and decimals.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Kuna Educational News
- KMS 1:1 Technology Initiative - Kuna Middle School students received a grant for 19.5 million dollars that allowed them to purchase Chromebooks and other technology equipment. Chromebooks are personal computers that are loaded with the Chrome OS program. Teachers use the Chromebooks as learning tools and students may take them home to use there.
- The Echo - Kuna High School has an online newspaper. Students write, edit, and publish articles, news events, and announcements about their school. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to practice grammar skills, critical thinking, research, and reading skills while exploring the world of journalism.
- KSD Implements Moodle Use - Kuna School District now uses Moodle, an online learning management system. Teachers supplement classroom instruction while they collaborate together to improve professional development. The log in page is where students and staff access their information, which has convenient blocks to individualize information that students receive. It insures that everyone gets enough information and not too much information. Teachers are also able to present online courses to students on this very modern technology tool.
Kuna Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: The 'Green' Revolution in Schools
In preparation for involvement in a global society, schools now develop programs that support issues that concern our world. One of those issues is commonly referred to as “going green”. In an effort to conserve energy and make good choices about waste disposal, schools engage students in activities and research projects such as recycling, growing plants and gardens, riding bikes to school when feasible, conserving energy, and cleaning up our planet. As schools put different energy reduction measures in place, students can also do projects that track the energy savings and cost impacts. Students practice academic skills while they support the world wide campaign to GO GREEN!