Mrs. Tiffane' Warren

Mrs. Warren is a native of Columbus, Ohio. She comes to the Licking Heights Community with over 15 years of experience in the field of education. Mrs. Warren has taught various grades and held multiple roles within an educational setting. Her background is in Integrated Language Arts. As an educator, she has been responsible for developing and implementing a middle school component in an existing school that was originally a PK-5, served as the Early College Liaison, faculty representative, an Administrative Apprentice, as well as the former Central Middle School Assistant Principal.
 
Mrs. Warren understands middle school is a critical period of transition for students who are leaving elementary and preparing for the larger challenge of high school.  This is a time to foster and develop the growth of these students.  As Principal, she will ensure this will be one of her main points of focus. 
 
Licking Heights Central is gaining an administrator that is passionate about education and the success of children. She believes she was born to be an educator. Mrs. Warren and her husband are the proud parents of two vivacious young boys and a darling new daughter, who keep her striving towards excellence.  Mrs. Warren considers it an honor to become a part of the Hornet Family and expects to have a phenomenal year with the students, staff, and families of Central Middle School.
Instructional materials
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