Job Location


ACHIEVEMENT FIRST PROVIDENCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
370 Hartford Avenue
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Map of Achievement First Providence Elementary Schools
Phone:  (718) 623-2660
Fax:  Not provided
Web Site:  Not provided

Grades: 

K - 4th
Enrollment:  Not provided
Setting:  Not provided
District:  Achievement First

Welcome to Achievement First Providence Elementary Schools!
AF Providence Mayoral Academy Elementary School
"Home of the Bumblebees"

School Leader
Morgan Carter is the founding principal of Achievement First Providence Mayoral Academy Elementary. To prepare for this role, she participated in rigorous leadership training through Achievement First’s Principal-in-Residence program and KIPP’s School Leadership Program. During the last six years, Ms. Carter helped drive student achievement at Amistad Academy Elementary in New Haven, Conn., where she was a founding teacher, grade level chair and academic dean. She earned a B.A. in history with a secondary teaching endorsement from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in elementary literacy and math from Walden University. Ms. Carter is excited to work closely with Rhode Island families and communities to help students from Providence, North Providence, Cranston and Warwick climb the mountain to college. She is also looking forward to helping students understand the unique strengths of each community as they grow to become leaders in Greater Providence and the world.

AF Iluminar Elementary School
"Let Your Light Shine"

School Leader
Kevin Lohela is the founding principal of Achievement First Iluminar Mayoral Academy. To prepare for this role, he participated in a rigorous leadership training through Achievement First’s Principal-in-Residence program at Achievement First Endeavor Elementary in Brooklyn. Prior to his work at Achievement First Endeavor, he served for five years as the academic dean of Achievement First Crown Heights Elementary School in Brooklyn. He began his teaching career in the Bronx teaching third and fourth grades at P.S. 196. He earned his B.A. in philosophy at Wesleyan University. Mr. Lohela is thrilled to work closely with Rhode Island families and communities to help all children develop positive growth-mindsets, exceptional character, and excellent academic and critical thinking skills that will enable them to be successful in college and in life.