Kuna Middle School

Weekly News - September 30, 2022

Volunteers Wanted!

KMS is looking for volunteers to help during high-traffic times. This is a great way to help out without a huge time committment. If you are interested, please use the link below to sign up. We appreciate your help in making our school as safe as possible for students!

Upcoming Events & Information

  • State Conferences - Oct. 6-7 (NO SCHOOL)
  • Teacher Professional Development Day - Oct. 10th (NO SCHOOL)
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences - Oct. 13th
  • Picture Retakes - Oct. 17th

Sports Schedule

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Staff Spotlight - Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Young, & Mrs. Kropp

Mrs. Miller is the KMS Office Manager. She has worked in the school setting for 18 years at the middle and high levels and is currently in her fourth year at KMS. Mrs. Miller has four children and two grandchilden and loves to spend time with family in her spare time. She is the heart of the front office and KMS is grateful for her dedication to staff, students, and famillies!

Mrs. Miller's Favorites

Snack - trail mix & Gardetto's

Color - red

Hobby - reading

Fast Food - anything Mexican

Store - Target

Drink - Coke

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Candy - Swedish Fish

Band - 80's rock

Sport - soccer

Mrs. Young is the KMS registrar and head of attendance. She has worked in the Kuna School District for 12 years in multiple capacities. Mrs. Young grew up in Alaska and loves to visit as much as possible. She has two daughters who attend KHS and enjoys supporting them in softball and cattle shows. The KMS front office wouldn't be the same without Mrs. Young's energy!

Mrs. Young's Favorites

Snack - veggies with ranch

Color - blue/teal

Hobby - cooking and fishing

Fast Food - Arby's

Store - Buckle

Drink - Fountain Dr. Pepper

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Candy - Cherry Twizzlers, Milk Duds

Band - Morgan Wallen

Sport - football, softball

Mrs. Kropp is in her second year as the KMS bookkeeper. She also helps out in the mornings on crosswalk duty, in the cafeteria during lunches, and can be found subbing in classrooms when we are short-handed. Mrs. Kropp graduated from Kuna High and has two children who attend Kuna schools. KMS is thankful to have Mrs. Kropp and for all the roles she plays!

Mrs. Kropp's Favorites

Snack - Snyder's Mustard Crackers

Color - green

Hobby - reading, traveling

Fast Food - tacos

Store - thrift stores

Drink - Diet Coke

Book - Witch of Blackbird Pond

Candy - dark chocolate

Band - most of them

Sport - basketball

Music at Crimson Point

6th grade band student Anthony Armon took his saxophone to Crimson Point Elementary this week and performed for Mrs. Middlehoven's 1st grade music class. Way to be awesome, Anthony, and get the elementary kids excited about music!
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Math Fun

Mrs. Toth's 7th grade math classes worked through probability activities last week.
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Rust Lab

Mrs. Costello's 6th grade science classes spent last week working on a rust lab. Students observed the process of steel wool turning to rust.
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