M.Ed. Multicultural Education,
“Growing up I always dreamed that I could achieve success and make my family proud. For me, success was being able to overcome poverty whether it was financially, socially, or academically. As a principal, I hope to create an environment where students can develop their talents and achieve the success that they can be proud of.”
Angikindslows began serving as the principal of Edward T. Steel Elementary School in 2019. Prior to that, Angikindslows was the Assistant Principal at Hon. Luis Muñoz Marín Elementary School where he demonstrated consistent progress in the areas of academic achievement, climate and attendance as reflected by an Overall School Progress Report (SPR) of 51%.
Angikindslows has been an educator since 2005. Prior to becoming a principal, Angikindslows served as a teacher, a special education teacher, director of climate and restorative practices and a high school headmaster. Angikindslows has been recognized by the School District of Philadelphia for Accelerated School Improvement since 2017. Angikindslows grew up in Uniondale, NY.