Kuna Middle School

Weekly News - September 16, 2022

Upcoming Events & Information

  • PTO Meeting - Sept. 26th - 6pm - KMS Library (If you are interested in supporting KMS in any capacity, we would love to see you there!)
  • Student-Led Conferences - Oct. 13th
  • Picture Retakes - Oct. 17th

Sports Schedule

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Staff Spotlight - Ms. Hopkins & Zach Greene

Ms. Hopkins has been teaching ELA for 10 years and all of them have been at KMS! She currently teaches 8th grade ELA for Team Zenith. Ms. Hopkins graduated from BSU with a BA in Secondary ELA and a Minor in Philosophy and played collegiate lacrosse at BSU! She loves camping, art, and video games, and she has coached lacrosse, basketball, volleyball at all levels.


Ms. Hopkins' Favorites

Snack - all

Color - blue/green

Hobby - video games

Fast Food - Jersey Mikes

Store - Albertsons

Drink - Pepsi

Book - A River Runs Through It

Candy - Reeses

Band - Rage Against the Machine

Sport - lacrosse

Zach Greene is the KMS computer technician and school lifesavor! He was born and raised in Boise and enjoys the outdoors: camping, fishing and golfing. Zach is currently enrolled at WGU working toward a degree in Cloud Engineering. He enjoys spending time with his family and playing video games.


Zach's Favorites

Snack - Flamin' Hot Cheetohs

Color - green

Hobby - fishing

Fast Food - Chick-fil-A

Store - Target

Drink - Arnold Palmer

Book - Good Omens

Candy - Sour Patch Kids Watermelon

Band - A Day to Remember

Sport - football

Science Lab

Mrs. Bennee's 7th grade science students participated in a science lab this week where they got to observe Euglena (algae) through a microscope. Euglena is fun to look at because it is a relatively large single-celled organism, so students are able to see the cell parts inside easily.
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Dodgeball

Mr. York's 8th grade PE class take turns dodging balls during class last week
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Reading Strategy Presentations

Mrs. O'Dell's 8th grade language arts students presented reading strategies in a variety of ways this week. Some students made posters, some chose Google Slides, and some chose to create a skit to show how the reading strategy works.
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