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Cityview Elementary School

Address: 3350 - 4th St. N.

Grades: Pre-K-5

Principal: Renee Montague

Hours: 8:05 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.

Phone: 612-668-2270

Fax: 612-668-2280



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Cityview Community School grows innovative scholars and engaged global citizens
Located in Minneapolis’s McKinley neighborhood, Cityview Community provides pre-K to grade 5 students a student-centered experience that is academically and socially enriching, globally minded, culturally conscious and forward-thinking. Cityview offers a nurturing learning environment with individualized plans for students who need acceleration or support. With multiple partnerships in the arts, and our Turnaround Arts grant connecting us to both local and national partners, we provide high-quality arts experiences and arts-based learning to showcase student strengths.  We utilize arts-based strategies to enhance student learning outcomes and to engage our students, families, and community.  As a Full-Service Community School, Cityview offers health support, out-of-school time activities, and engagement opportunities for students and their families.


Community school description
Community Schools

Community schools reflect the rich histories of our city’s unique neighborhoods and celebrate our students' diverse cultural backgrounds. Community schools provide high-quality academic programs with smooth academic pathways from elementary to through high school that build students’ skills and fuel their interests each step of the way.

  • Tuition-based full-day pre-K
  • Full-Service Community School
  • Turnaround Arts school
  • Social emotional learning focus
  • Early Childhood Family Education site
  • Special education services with highly specialized programming in the areas of ECSE and ASD
  • EL programming
  • After-school activities include GEMS & GISE
  • Hmong, Somali, and Spanish bilingual staff
  • 5th grade band
  • Small class sizes
  • Advanced learner instruction support (literacy and math)
  • Artist residencies (music, visual arts, dance) and field trip opportunities tied to classroom instruction
  • Partnerships with Foster Grandparent Program and local arts organizations
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Minnesota Report Card Data

The Minnesota Report Card is a tool to help inform families and communities about their schools so they can make important decisions and meaningfully engage with schools and educators. However, Minnesota Report Card data only provides a partial snapshot of what the experience may be like at any given school. MPS recommends connecting directly with school leaders and communities through school tours, open houses and other events to gain a fuller understanding of how our schools support students and families.

Minnesota Report Card: Cityview Elementary School

Student Race School District
Native American 5% 5%
African American 70% 35%
Asian American 6% 5%
Hispanic American 5% 14%
White American 14% 41%
Students School District
Receive ELL Services 6% 17%
Qualify for free or reduced lunch 87% 48%
Receive Special Education Services 26% 15%
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Students: 9-12
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English : 612.668.1840
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1250 W. Broadway Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55411

Ph: 612.668.1840
Fax: 612.668.1841

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