Sullivan STEAM School

3100 E 28th St
Minneapolis, MN 55406
(612) 668-5000 School website
Grades:
K-8
Cost:
Free
Link to enroll
School hours:
7:30AM-2PM
Before school care:
No
After school care:
Yes
District:
Minneapolis Public Schools

School performance rating

33%

About

Languages spoken by school staff

English, Spanish, Somali, Oromo

Extra programming

Robotics, Lego League, coding, Spanish, art, Media Arts, Phy Ed, Soccer, track & field, Basketball

How to enroll

If interested in enrolling, contact Student Placement Services at (612) 668-1840 or sps.department@mpls.k12.mn.us. Please submit your school request form by 2/7/23. Magnet programing will also hold a second lottery with a 4/4/23 submission deadline. You can also visit exploremps.org.

Students at this school

Students, by population (619 total)
  • American Indian or Alaskan Native
    4%
  • Asian
    1%
  • Black or African American
    73%
  • Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
    0%
  • Hispanic
    6%
  • Two or more races
    6%
  • White
    10%
  • English Language Learner
    37%
  • From a Low Income Background
    68%
  • Special Education
    22%

Teachers at this school

Teachers, by population (54 total)
  • American Indian or Alaskan Native
    0%
  • Asian
    4%
  • Black or African American
    0%
  • Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
    0%
  • Hispanic
    2%
  • Two or more races
    17%
  • White
    78%

Average student to teacher ratio

11:1

Academics

38%

Academic performance rating

38%

Academic programming

Sullivan STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math) Magnet welcomes students throughout the city. Each day, teachers will engage students in project-based learning activities that encourage them to problem-solve & understand the relevance of what they are learning. Sullivan’s innovative programming will provide students with inquiry-based experiences infused with technology, creativity, collaboration & critical thinking throughout the everyday STEAM learning environment.

Special education programming

Provides special education programming with highly specialized autism programming.

English language learner programming

Offers English Language Learner programming.

Covid recovery plan

Minneapolis Public Schools is focused on the implementation of the MPS Strategic Plan as adopted by the school board. Within the Strategic Plan, MPS is providing optional academic boosts for students who need additional support. The academic boosts are implemented in many different ways including additional staffing, intervention programs and tutoring. As we continue to explore innovative ways to address learning and opportunity gaps as a result of interrupted learning over the past few years, we will be prioritizing academic boosts that are student-centered and site based.

Proficiency

% of students on grade level
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Math Reading 100% 0%

1 out of 10 students are performing math at grade level

2022 math proficiency - 14%

2 out of 10 students read at grade level

2022 reading proficiency - 23%

Progress

% of students on track
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Math Reading 100% 0%

? out of 10 students are progressing to graduate on grade-level in math

2023 math progress - ?%

? out of 10 students are progressing to graduate on grade-level in reading

2023 reading progress - ?%

Climate

31%

Climate performance rating

31%

School values

Sullivan STEAM Magnet fosters creativity & critical thinking. Each day, teachers will engage students in project-based learning activities that encourage them to problem-solve & understand the relevance of what they are learning. Sullivan’s innovative programming will provide students with inquiry-based experiences infused with technology, creativity, collaboration & critical thinking throughout the everyday STEAM learning environment.

Teacher retention

% of teachers who stayed at the school
78% 86% 77% 74% 74% 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 100% 0%

Attendance

% of students who regularly attend school (at least 90% of time)
89% 88% 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 100% 0%

Discipline

Number of expulsions or suspensions per every hundred students
Per 100 Students 0 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 20 18 13 1

Equity

30%

Equity performance rating

30%

Equity vision

MPS is in the process of implementing MPS Together, as part of this all schools must write School Improvement Plans that address & incorporate equity. MPS strives to be known by our community as welcoming, responsive, & connected (see online for full statement).

Proficiency

% students on grade level, by student group
0% 100% City average 17% American Indian or Alaskan Native City average 14% Black or African American City average 8% English Language Learner City average 14% From a Low Income Background City average 10% Hispanic City average 32% Two or more races City average 17% Special Education City average 46% White City average 18% All students
0% 100% City average 17% American Indian or Alaskan Native City average 14% Black or African American City average 8% English Language Learner City average 14% From a Low Income Background City average 10% Hispanic City average 32% Two or more races City average 17% Special Education City average 46% White City average 18% All students

Teacher retention

Teachers who stayed at the school last year by race/ethnicity
0% 100% City average 74% All teachers City average 71% White City average 78% Two or more races
0% 100% City average 74% All teachers City average 71% White City average 78% Two or more races

Teachers of color

23%

Students of color

90%

Attendance

% of students who regularly attend school (at least 90% of the time)
0% 100% City average 67% All students City average 15% American Indian or Alaskan Native City average 71% Black or African American City average 75% Hispanic City average 25% Two or more races City average 81% White City average 70% English Language Learner City average 65% From a Low Income Background City average 68% Special Education
0% 100% City average 67% All students City average 15% American Indian or Alaskan Native City average 71% Black or African American City average 75% Hispanic City average 25% Two or more races City average 81% White City average 70% English Language Learner City average 65% From a Low Income Background City average 68% Special Education

Discipline

Number of expulsions or suspensions for every hundred students
0% 100% City average 1 All students City average 1 American Indian or Alaskan Native City average 1 Black or African American City average 0 Hispanic City average 0 White City average 1 Two or more races
0% 100% City average 1 All students City average 1 American Indian or Alaskan Native City average 1 Black or African American City average 0 Hispanic City average 0 White City average 1 Two or more races