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  • Dress Code

    • Pants, shorts, capris, and skirts must be black or tan and fingertip in length.
    • Shirts can only be white, black or purple in color
    • Any official KMS logo clothing is allowed.
    • Coats are to be kept in lockers.



    • Tank-tops
    • Slippers
    • Hats, bandanas, baseball caps, hairnets or sunglasses
    • Profanity or visible gang-related tattoos
    • Sweatpants, spandex, oversized shorts or baggie /sagging pant


    Código de Vestimenta

    • Pantalones, pantalones cortos (shorts), capris, y faldas deben ser negro o marrón y de largo que cubra el muslo.
    • Camisas, camisetas, de manga larga, blusas, suéteres, y sudaderas deben ser negras, blancas o marrón. De un solo color.
    • Cualquier ropa que tenga el logotipo de KMS está permitido usar.
    • Los abrigos se deben quedar en los casilleros (lockers).



    • Camisetas de tirantes
    • Pantuflas
    • Sombreros, pañuelos, gorras, redes para el pelo, o lentes de sol
    • Blasfemias (malas palabras), o tatuajes visibles relacionados con pandillas
    • Pantaloneras, ropa elástica, pantalones cortos muy grandes para la persona, o pantalones debajo de la cadera
  • WEB photo banner

    WEB, which stands for “Where Everybody Belongs” is a middle school orientation and transition program that welcomes 6th graders and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their middle school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, the program trains mentors from the 8th grade class to be WEB Leaders. As positive role models, WEB Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide the 6th graders to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to middle school and help facilitate 6th grade success.

    More and more studies show that if students have a positive experience their first year in middle school, their chances for success increase dramatically. WEB provides the structure for 6th graders to receive support and guidance from 8th graders who have been through the challenges that middle school poses and understand that the transition to a larger school can sometimes be overwhelming.

    In addition, the WEB program offers a Leadership Class which provides lessons in character development, written and verbal communication and problem-solving, as well as using these core group of WEB leaders to plan school-wide events to promote a more positive school culture.

    For more information, contact the WEB coordinator, Allisha Damman at 303.853.5511, or by email at

  • It’s a game. It’s a sport. It’s harder than it looks!

    Cup stacking is an individual and team sport where participants of all ability levels learn to quickly stack and unstack 12 plastic cups in specific sequences. Members may race individually or in teams, either against the clock or in head-to-head competition.

    With practice, students can learn to stack at incredibly high speeds! In addition to being just plain fun, cup stacking reinforces the value of teamwork as well as the importance of practice and discipline in achieving personal goals.

    What are the benefits of sport stacking?

    Students improve hand-eye coordination, quickness, and ambidexterity. Students learn to use both sides of the brain. Stacking trains the brain for sports and activities that use both sides of the body.  Students also learn sequencing, pattern creating/recognition, and rhythm.


    KMS Small Gym

    Students in the club will have the opportunity to compete in at least one state tournament.

    Club Coaches:

    Kristin Gilmore – Girls PE Teacher




  • Girls on the Run (GOTR) is a transformational physical activity based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. We teach life skills through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k running event. The goal of the program is to unleash confidence through accomplishment while establishing a lifetime appreciation of health and fitness. Girls do not have to be good runners to enjoy this program.

    Team practices TBD Have your child listen to the school announcements for more information.



    Coordinator: Kristin Gilmore

    Girls on the Run website:


    Pictures from previous years