Dr. Beth Niedermeyer, Superintendent of Noblesville Schools
Dr. Niedermeyer joined Noblesville Schools as Superintendent in July 2014. Prior to this position, she was Assistant Superintendent of Hamilton Southeastern Schools for three years.
She also served the Metropolitan School District of Pike Township for nine years as Assistant Superintendent (2003-2011), Director of Elementary Education (2002-2003), and Principal (Fishback Creek Public Academy 1997-2002 and College Park Elementary 1994-1997).
Dr. Niedermeyer spent the first ten years of her education career at Fort Wayne Community Schools, teaching all elementary grades and later serving as Principal of Pleasant Center Elementary.
She received her Gifted and Talented License from Ball State University in 2012, her Doctorate and Superintendent License from Purdue West Lafayette in 2003, her Administrator License from Indiana Purdue University Fort Wayne in 1992, her Aerospace Science Endorsement from Purdue West Lafayette in 1991, her Master’s of Elementary Education from Indiana Purdue University Fort Wayne in 1986, her Reading Endorsement from Indiana Purdue University Fort Wayne in 1983 and her Bachelor’s of Elementary Education from Indiana Purdue University Fort Wayne in 1983.
Dr. Niedermeyer has received numerous honors and awards over the course of her career including, Indiana Superintendent of the Year- Central Region, Excellence in Education Awards, Indiana Principal of the Year, Fort Wayne Community Schools Teacher of the Year, Aerospace Science Teacher of the Year, and a Distinguished Education Alumna Award from Indiana Purdue University Fort Wayne.