About Our Board.

Times² (Times squared ) STEM Academy The Times² Incorporated Board of Directors is the governing body of Times² STEM Academy. The Board of Directors is charged with making all top level decisions for the school. We are currently recruiting new members to the Board of Directors. If you are interested in learning more about opportunities to serve on the Times² Incorporated Board of Directors, please email Lloyd Matsumoto at lmatsumoto@ric.edu

Meeting Schedule.

Times² (Times squared ) STEM Academy board meetings begin at 4:30 pm and are held in the HS Cafeteria unless otherwise specified. Board meetings are open to the public. Dates and times are subject to change, but will be posted. Agenda will be posted one week prior to meeting date in the front office. If you are unable to attend, but would like to call in and participate via conference call, please contact Linda Mousseau at 401.272.5094, ext. 400 for the number to call and the password. * All dates are subject to change please check the day before post date on this website for updates.


Board Members.

Maxford Foster, Esq.

Carmen Diaz-Jusino,
Vice President

Donna Chace-Larson
Treasurer dchacelarson@times2.org

Zully Mendez,

Dr. Rudolph Moseley,
Board Member
Times2 Exec.Dir

Professor Lloyd Matsumoto,
Past President

Ken McDaniel,
Past President

Joseph Costa,
Board Member

Aleita Hall,
Board Member

Berry-Jean Murray,
Board Member

Jasmin Blackmar,
Board Member

Board Meeting Agenda.

Times2 Incorporated Board of Directors
Annual Meeting Agenda

Location: Providence Marriott

1 Orms Street

Providence, RI 02904

Date: Monday, July 30, 2018

Time: Breakfast at 8:00 a.m. Meeting at 8:30 a.m.

I. General Comments (2 minutes per person)

II. Report from Executive Director, Dr. Rudolph Moseley

III. Welcome & Reports from the Deans and Enrichment. Goals for 2018-2019 School Year.

a. Mr. Michael Shepard, Director of Enrichment
b. Ms. Edna Attias, Elementary Principal
c. Ms. Denise Carpenter, Interim – Middle/High Principal
d. Mr. Andrew Overton and Mr. Michael Shepard, Deans of Discipline

IV. TIMES2 Institute Report – Erin Conley, TIMES2 Institute Program Director

V. New Board Members – Introduction and Vote

VI. Election of Officers

VII. Adjournment of the 2018 Annual Meeting


Executive Committee
Meeting Agenda.

No information available at this time.


Our School History.


Times² (Times squared ) STEM Academy is a K-12 accredited charter public school committed to improve mathematics, engineering and science studies for urban youth in Providence, Rhode Island. Times² STEM Academy prepares America’s next scientists, engineers and leaders by providing a rigorous academic program aligned with the state's requirements.

Times² Academy began in 1976 as an after-school and Saturday enrichment program, with a dream of minority children becoming the nation’s next great scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. In 1998, the dream transformed into a formal 7-12 charter public school to provide a learning environment to instruct, inspire and train students in STEM principles. In response to a critical need to provide early intervention and development, the elementary division was opened in 2002.


21st Century Leadership.

Now, the K-12 Academy is an environment where students and their families gain purposeful guidance as they equip themselves with the skills necessary to navigate their way through the emerging technologies and science of the 21st century.

The faculty and staff provide hands on learning experiences with a strong academic emphasis on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) principles, augmented by an innovative In-Field Learning Experience program that enables students to observe STEM based endeavors in the real world.


Professional Affiliations.

Times² STEM Academy is a member of the Rhode Island League of Charter Schools, College Board and Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce.



Mission and Vision.

All students of Times² STEM Academy are held to standards to encourage curiosity, self-direction,creativity and critical thinking.
We are guided by the following Vision and Mission.

Times2 will set the standard for K-12 education in the twenty-first century.
The mission of Times² STEM Academy is to develop intellectually curious and capable young people who are selfless contributors to both local and global communities, and who aspire to be ethical and compassionate leaders. Through a rigorous and innovative academic program in math, science, and technology, in combination with the liberal arts, Times² STEM Academy affords its diverse student population those experiences, skills, and values that will prepare them for purposeful contribution in higher education and STEM-related fields.