See Our Partners
Shape The Sky believes in our Community and partnering with those who devote themselves to youth.
Kiski Area Marching Band
The Kiski Area Marching Band are two-time Bands of America Class AA champions, 20-time Band of America Class AA champions, 40-time Bands of America Regional Class AA champions, eight-time Bands of America Grand National finalists, and fourteen-time P.F.C.J/PIMBA champions. Shape the Sky partnered with them to teach band parents how to educate their children to be responsible technology users.
Kiski Area Soccer League (KASL)
Kiski Area Soccer League (KASL) is committed to developing the game of soccer in the community. Through their leagues, they support over 800 children. Shape the Sky sponsors the KASL program to assist in educating children to be responsible technology users.
Wheels UP works with all ages to teach mountain biking skills, from basic to advance jumping and racing. The youth enduro team works with kids to teach them the fundamentals of enduro style mountain biking. This includes more advanced skills such as technical descending/ascending, jumping, drops. They also instruct on racing, including preparation of body and bike and race strategy. A major focus in on staying healthy through proper fitness training and nutrition. Everything done is based in establishing good safety habits to stay healthy while riding.
Missouri Interscholastic Cycling League MICL
MICL, as the Missouri Chapter of the parent organization, National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA), is focused on getting #morekidsonbikes. Mountain biking is the largest growing youth interscholastic sport right now. The MICL has a league format, allowing the
youth to develop physical skills, self-esteem, collaboration, and ethics through the medium of mountain biking. The coach's training is very comprehensive and the development of the youth comes first. The group training rides are respectful of the various skill levels of the participants. Those less interested in racing can participate in trail building and experiential adventures on the bike. Those more capable on bikes can excel into serious racers. Learning to ride bikes with others is a lifelong skill. As it is said in the industry: families that ride together, stay together.
Just Dance by Justine Albert has provided dance instruction to the Kiski Valley for over ten years. Shape the Sky partnered with Just Dance to teach parents of the dance community how to educate their children to be responsible technology users.
Westmoreland BMX is an organization that promotes health, wellness, and sportsmanship with integrity. At Westmoreland BMX, you’re not just a BMX rider — you’re part of the BMX family. Shape the Sky partnered with Westmoreland BMX to assist parents in creating responsible children on smartphones and devices.