Dr. Annette Tielle previously served as the Deputy Superintendent of Del Valle ISD. With more than 30 years of experience, she was formerly the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum in Comal ISD and Pflugerville ISD, respectively. She is a graduate of Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, and received her Masters degree at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. She continued her education to pursue a doctorate at the University of Texas at Austin in the Cooperative Superintendency Program.
As the Superintendent I am proud of the successes we have had over the past five years. We have made significant gains in overall academic ratings with a current TEA academic rating of a B, increased college and career readiness from 69% to 85% and increased all staff salaries moving new teachers from $49,000 in 2020 to $58,000 in 2023.
We have made advancements to current and new facilities, which include updates and renovations to 4 campuses to ensure equity among campuses, two new elementary campuses, one new middle school campus, three new child development centers – one of which is a Thinkery Center, and a new maintenance and operations for our support staff. We are currently in the process of building a new P-TECH High School and second comprehensive high school.
I believe that our staff has a culture of support and collective efficacy that is focused on making a difference in every student’s life, and as I say regularly, our students have heart and grit and make me proud every day. It’s impossible to highlight and communicate all of the district gains in a few short paragraphs, so we have added a link that highlights additional news about our students, staff, and district. Thank you everyone for your hard work and for the support we get from our parents and community. Click here to see our Strategic Plan Update.
As the leader of Del Valle ISD, I am honored and proud to serve our students, staff, and community.
Citizens and staff wishing to contact the Superitnendent regarding a specific school, teacher or child, should begin at the level closest to the concern.
Step 1 - Contact the teacher or guidance counselor.
Step 2 - Contact the principal. Click here for a list of campus administration.
Step 3 - Contact the Superintendent or designee.