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Halloween is coming up! Administration asks that students DO NOT wear any costumes to school.
Fall Sports are coming to an end! Be sure to sign up for your winter activities! 


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actuallyfixedThe Echo is a Kuna High School news publication, focused on getting current news that happens in and around Kuna High School. We will be publishing most of our content online, but if you would rather read a newspaper we print our best work around once a semester. We are very excited to be reporting the news this year and we thank you for checking out our newspaper! 

Should Students Be Able To Grade Their Teachers?

Every day we turn in worksheets and essays and tests for our teachers to grade us and then at the end of the quarter or semester we get a progress or grade report with our grades and Grade Point Average (GPA). These grades and classes give us credits for graduation, and a high GPA can give you a chance to get a scholarship for colleges. But teachers don’t get grades, so how would they know if their students think they are a good teacher? Should their students be able to grade them? Every student has a different opinion on each of their teachers, so if they could give feedback, it might help the teacher know how to teach certain students. The grades would be more  than students’ grades, but they took college classes and study to be teach that class, so it would be fair. They could be graded with letter grades, like student’s report cards, an “A” would mean the student understood the teacher completely and taught students very well. A “B” would mean that the teacher was only understood sometimes and taught the students well. “C”’s would mean the teacher was understood every once in awhile, but didn’t teach students that good. A “D” would mean the student never understood the teacher and they didn’t teach students well at all. Lastly, an “F” would meant that the teacher didn’t know anything about the subject and the students taught them more than they taught the students. However, students can be unreliable and pick favorites, so seeing as administration already grades teachers, they could make sure the grades from students are realistic, and if they aren’t they could ignore that grade and take an average of all the realistic grades for that teacher. It would not be a grade to evaluate the teacher, just something for the class to do as the semester or year ends, so the students wouldn’t need any training either, just told what each grade means.

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March 10th is the first track meet in Kuna don't miss it!


Featured Article


Overcrowding at Kuna High School has been a problem for many years. The school has over 1,400 students, and it was only built for 1,200. With the immense student body consistently getting bigger each year, many problems have been arising, including limited parking. While for years, the parking lot has been a problem, this year, a solution was formed: parking passes.

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  • downloadKuna, Idaho is a small town situated in southern Idaho, 19 miles from  Boise,  Kuna is one of the fastest growing places in Idaho and has tripled in population since 2000. Kuna is still considered a small town and has memorable events every year such as Kuna days, and most of the town coming out for a Friday night football game is not a rare sight. Kuna is home to Kuna Kavemen and it is where the Echo is based. Thank you for checking out information on our town and check the Echo for weekly updates!

  • prom

    This year, Prom will be held at the Knitting Factory in Downtown on April 29. The theme this year is “Dancing Downtown” and tickets are now being sold in room 213 from April 17 through April 28. A Single ticket is $30 and a Couple ticket is $50. If you aren’t able to purchase a ticket by April 28, tickets will be sold at the door at Prom, but there will be an additional fee. Also make sure to bring your student ID and your ticket to enter prom. Now go have fun dancing downtown!

  • Main Street

    Now that Spring is upon us, Kuna has decided to re-open the Kuna Farmers Market in city park on Main Street. Going to the farmers market is a great weekend activity with your family and friends. Vendors sell fresh produce, meat, eggs, flowers, and plants. They also sell a variety of delicious sweets, home baked breads, and crafters even sell unique handcrafted items. It’s opened every Saturday from 9am-Noon.