Inside The Kave

Inside The Kave

Veterans day assembly

Veterans day is a holiday celebrated across the nation to commemorate our nation's veterans and to show them our respect for everything they do to serve our country. As a high school we are truly blessed to have such a fantastic assembly. Despite all of the controversy of people threatening to protest during the assembly, students, teachers and veterans all seem to have a positive attitude towards the assembly.  One student said, “ The Veterans Day assembly is important to me because it's a great way to learn how to honor our veterans. I feel like without it most of us wouldn't honor them on our own.” A teacher we asked said, “It's important to realize that the people who sit in this gym with us today fought for our rights and our freedom to even be here and for us to even say that we are Americans.” We asked another teacher, one student, and A veteran how they felt about the rumoured kneeling during the national anthem. “As we are all Americans they have a right to protest, it is just that during the Veterans assembly it is unnecessary and disrespectful.” Luckily, the kneeling during the assembly didn’t happen, this makes us think that for those who stayed for the assembly has an immense respect for our troops, so a message to all veterans possibly reading this, thank you for your service for our country. We appreciate everything you have done for us. Sincerely, Kuna High School.

Thanksgiving Food

Everyone loves food especially when it comes to Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving has many important dishes that make up the holiday feast though they might vary for each family. So what are some of the most common Thanksgiving foods that Kuna Kavemen can’t do without?

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KHS is Overflowing


Students, students, and more students. There is no doubt that Kuna is growing and KHS is growing along with it. Current enrollment at KHS is two hundred students over the fourteen hundred the school was meant to hold. Classrooms are overcrowded, hallways are packed, and teachers are overwhelmed.

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What's Your Commute?

Even if we don’t want to, we have to get to school somehow. This is a small town, but the school is a bit on the edge of the town, which means that most people have to get a ride to school. There are a few neighborhoods near the high school, along with Hubbard and Teed Elementary, so it’s a popular place to live for parents with children, any age, so they can have a quick and easy way to get to school. But if you don’t live in one of these neighborhoods, it would take a while to walk to the high school. The school district is very spread out. There are students here who live in Nampa, Boise, and Meridian. You’d have to either take the bus or have your parents drive you. So what is your commute? Do you live in a different town or on the other side of this town, so you have to take the bus? Do you live in a different school zone, so your parents have to take you because the bus won’t? Or do you live close enough to the school that you walk, maybe only when the weather’s nice? But would you change that, if you could?

What About Lunch?

Some people love it and some people don’t, either way you know that lunch is different this year at KHS. The 2017/2018 school year has started fresh and this year has a new lunch. Not only is it an hour long but now there is open campus.

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