MNA completed a Social Network Analysis (SNA) report for the NSF-funded MSP grant, STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools (SABES). The five-year grant supports nine treatment and six comparison schools in three neighborhoods in Baltimore. SNA is the study of mapping social structures, relationships, and interactions of a network of people through the use of graphical theories. Our work explored the networked structures within SABES in terms of individual actors (a.k.a nodes) within the network and their interactions (a.k.a edges) that connect them. This report presented the social network analysis of the SABES network at the end of year 3 of the grant. It is constructed from data drawn from an online SNA survey conducted in the fall 2015. Findings are very promising, yet descriptive and exploratory.