Being an Extended Learning School gives GBMS the ability to partner with a number of parents, individuals, businesses and organization along with teachers to offer enrichment opportunities to students. Other partnerships bring additional resources to the school that supports our curriculum.
Open World Learning provides KBMS with a middle school program that includes Graphic Design, Robotics, and Stop Motion Animation. Curriculum for this program targets International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Language and Literacy, STEM, social skill development and peer mentoring in addition to leadership training
Goodwill Industries provides a full-time facilitator at KBMS to teach leadership and enrichment classes and assist with parent engagement. They also helped start the KBMS food pantry.
PLTW prepares students to be the next generation of problem solvers, critical thinkers and innovators. PLTW has provided our school with technology for students to be successful in STEM, engineering and science. PLTW is the nation’s leading provider of K-12 STEM programs
Emmanuel Sanders, President of the Emmanuel Sanders Foundation and Denver Broncos Wide Receiver, started his foundation to positively impact the lives of financially disadvantaged families in the Denver-area. Since a young age, Emmanuel has always had a love and passion for the game of football but he knew that through the game he could use his platform to make a difference in the community. Emmanuel understands why his dreams and aspirations are a reality today. When Emmanuel was a kid there were people in his life that cared enough to inspire him through his education, provided him with mentorship and leadership and encouraged him to be his best, both on and off the football field.