Fernanda Flores-Bolivar - Principal


Ana Fernanda Flores-Bolivar is serving as Principal at Orange Grove Elementary in Aldine ISD. She first joined Aldine ISD in 2006 when she came from Mexico City as a Bilingual Teacher and joined Stephens Elementary. She became Assistant Principal at Carroll Elementary in 2015, where she understood that it is through leadership that schools shift and better support students.  

Mrs. Flores has 13 years of experience in education, which has allowed her to be a role model to students and teachers. She studied Law in Mexico and later obtained a Master’s Degree in Reading from the University of St. Thomas. She believes in serving as a mentor and model to inspire students to reach their maximum potential. 

Bethel Covington - Assistant Principal


Mrs. Covington graduated from Arkansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Education and then from Abilene Christian University with a Master of Education in Administration. This is her ninth year in Aldine ISD and twenty-third year in education. She has taught 1st, 2nd and 4th grades along with RTI Teacher/Math Skills and Testing Coordinator.

She is married and has four wonderful boys who make life very exciting at home. She feels extremely blessed to have such a great family and fulfilling career in education. What she does each day is so much more to her than a job.

Kimberly Johnson - Assistant Principal


Mrs. Johnson has been in education for twenty years. She received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Accounting from Baldwin Wallace College. She earned a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Sam Houston State University. She began her professional career in accounting and transitioned to education in 1996 as a Pre-K teacher with Trinity United Methodist Day School in Beaumont, Texas. In 2006 she joined Aldine ISD as a first grade teacher with Francis Elementary, she eventually moved to fourth grade ELA teacher and team leader. In 2012, she transferred to Calvert Elementary as a RtI specialist, after two years she became the ELA skills specialist and Read 180 teacher. In 2013, she was named as a District Teacher of the Year finalist. After serving as a Skills Specialist, she was offered the position of assistant principal for Orange Grove Elementary in 2015. Mrs. Johnson believes an education is one of the greatest blessings a child can receive.