TAMPA, Fla. — For the first time since joining Hillsborough County Schools, Patricia Sullivan Partnership school is celebrating its first “A” grade.
Metropolitan Ministries President and CEO Tim Marks said the accomplishment speaks to the importance of everyone working together for a common goal.
“The fact that this is an ‘A’ rated school shows the potential of every child, and I’m so grateful for the commitment and care to these kids,” Marks said.
The school first opened its doors as a charter school in 1998 to 28 kids living in the Metropolitan Ministries homeless shelter. Marks said it opened as the first of its kind nationwide.
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