County Superintendent Herbert Fischer and his wife, Cheryl, will be recipients of Honorary Service Awards by the Fifth District PTA at a dinner at the Arrowhead Country Club this evening.
The Fischers will be two of four recipients of the Honorary Service Award. Pastor Willie Ulibarri Jr. and Cliff Cummings also will receive the honors.
Jack O'Connell, the state superintendent of Public Instruction, is scheduled to attend the awards ceremony. Pam Brady, the California PTA president, will be the keynote speaker at the event.
Herbert Fischer is in his third term as San Bernardino County superintendent. His four decades in public education span work in the classroom, administrator, principal and district superintendent prior to coming to County Schools.
His wife, Cheryl, also has had a distinguished career in education. She retired from her position in education leadership and curriculum from Cal State San Bernardino in 2006.
Pastor Ulibarri is president and chief executive officer of Project Life Impact, Inc. For two decades, he has provided counseling services for at-risk students in the Rialto and San Bernardino City unified school districts.
As owner of Toyota of San Bernardino, Cummings' philanthropic involvement in a variety of support programs has benefited students all around the San Bernardino area.
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