On March 11, a number of school districts throughout Idaho saw voters approve supplemental levies or bond initiatives. Kuna wasn't one of them.
Voters in the Kuna district rejected a two-year $6.3 million levy that school officials said would have kept staffing at current levels. It was the only Treasure Valley levy that failed.
And now, the Kuna School Board will have the unpleasant task of holding a special session Wednesday, March 19, at 5:30 p.m. to discuss their next steps.
This morning's Idaho Press-Tribune reports that trustees are expected to discuss whether to put another levy on a ballot in May or August.
The board meeting is set for the Kuna High School Commons on East Deer Flat Road.