Patricia J. Sullivan Partnership School is a community school serving Kindergarten through Fifth grade students. A variety of programs are offered to enrich students’ lives and ensure a bright and successful future. Being a small school enables staff to know all students, cultivate a family feel, and its’ small village raises ALL of its students to be prepared for life.
At Sullivan Partnership School, they practice Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. The goal is to build tomorrow’s leaders through practicing the seven habits in every facet of our learning. Students make long term goals for their future and then utilize a backwards design to planning to help them achieve a roadmap to success. Students evaluate their plan each week which consists of a goal for academics and a goal for social/emotional growth. Students then share their goals, areas of success, as well as areas needed for growth during students led parent conferences. Students are empowered to be the future leaders of our community.
All students have a mentor who visits the school weekly during lunch for about 30 minutes. The mentor works with the child on reading, writing or math, as well as visits with them to make a personal connection. Students also benefit from a variety of community and business partners that enable them to take part in weekly dance class sponsored by Patel, engage in field trips to learn about the water shed sponsored by the Florida Aquarium, engage in a Fall Festival, Holiday Shop, Field Day and many other incentives all sponsored by Nestle, receive school supplies and a holiday party with Santa sponsored by Butler Law Firm, as well as a variety of other community events all sponsored by community and business partners.
Sullivan Partnership School is in the business of growing happy, healthy students and teaching the whole child! Students become resourceful problem solvers and thinkers who are capable of adapting positively to any situation while becoming successful lifelong learners and productive members of society.
Please call (813) 272-4692 for application information. To arrange a tour, contact the school at (813)347-4160.
Patricia J. Sullivan