Director of Secondary Education

Dr. Tiffanie Welte

Dr. Welte

Phone: 402-331-4700


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

  • Professional Development


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

Staff Developer

High School English Teacher

School Improvement Steering Team Chair

Multicultural Club Sponsor

Waverly Senior High School, August 1996 - 1997

English Teacher

Rockwood School District - Eureka, Missouri, August 1994 - July 1006

High School Language Arts Teacher

Middle School Language Arts Teacher

Yearbook Sponsor


  • 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.

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