Dr. Tiffanie Welte
Doctorate of Education in Educational Administration & Supervision
University of Nebraska at Omaha - Conferred May 2010
Dissertation - Effect of a Career, Academic, Personal and Social Growth High School Transition Program Option on 9th-Grade Students’ Achievement, Behavior and Engagement
Master of Science in Educational Administration & Supervision
University of Nebraska at Omaha - Conferred August 1999
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education with English & Journalism Endorsements
University of Nebraska at Kearney - Conferred December 1992
Achiever, Developer, Responsibility, Arranger, Relator
7th - 12th Grade Curriculum Development
7th - 12th Grade Instructional Program
7th - 12th Grade Assessment Program
7th - 12th Grade Continuous School Improvement
Perkins Grant Coordination
Career Academy Coordination
7th - 12th Grade Summer School Programming
Ralston Public Schools, August 2004 - current
Director of Secondary Curriculum
High School Assistant Principal
Papillion-La Vista Public Schools, August 1997 - July 2004
CADRE Associate / Teacher Mentor
High School English Teacher
School Improvement Steering Team Chair
Multicultural Club Sponsor
Waverly Senior High School, August 1996 - 1997
Rockwood School District - Eureka, Missouri, August 1994 - July 1006
High School Language Arts Teacher
Middle School Language Arts Teacher
Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development
Learning Forward (National Staff Development Council)
Nebraska Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development
National Association of Secondary School Principals
Nebraska Council of School Administrators - Region 2
Papillion Baseball Association Past-Secretary
Midlands Superintendent Academy
MOEC Assessment & Staff Development Task Forces
Ralston Area Chamber of Commerce - Board Member
Ralston Area Optimist Club – Founding Member
Thanksgiving! Lutheran Church
Education is one's most valuable asset, and learning occurs with every experience.
It takes every aspect and member of a community to support learning opportunities for all students.
Professional educators are the largest influence on students’ overall academic achievement.
Education professionals serve their learning communities with students’ best interests at heart.
The most effective school systems engage in continuous improvement based on collaboration, data analysis, research-based instruction, professional development, and shared leadership.
Given appropriate support, every student can graduate high school ready to meet his or her unique, personally established post-secondary goals.