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CFISD names incoming principal for Wells Elementary

January 19, 2017

Cheryl Fisher

Jan. 19, 2017Cheryl Fisher, the principal at Keith Elementary School, was named the incoming principal for Wells Elementary School on Jan. 19. She will officially assume the new role on March 20.

Opening in the 2017-2018 school year, Jim and Pam Wells Elementary School will be part of an educational village site that includes Bridgeland High School and a future middle school at 10607 Mason Road.

A graduate of Cy-Fair High School, Fisher is in her 20th year of service in public education—all spent in CFISD. Her career began as a kindergarten teacher at Metcalf Elementary School for three years, followed by three years as an instructional specialist and teacher at Farney Elementary School. She then accepted an assistant principal position at Sheridan Elementary School, serving six years before accepting her current position at Keith in July 2009.

Fisher earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from Texas State University and her Master of Education in Educational Administration from the University of Houston—Downtown. She is an alumna of the Art of Leadership Institute through the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and a continuing Texas Principals’ Visioning Institute participant.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to lead a campus named after two educators who dedicated their lives to shaping the future of CFISD,” Fisher said. “At Wells Elementary, the future will be visible to our students in the form of an educational village, where instructional, technological and collaborative opportunities will abound.

“I look forward to continuing the great traditions of CFISD while leading the way with 21st-century learning—utilizing the innovative design of the campus and educational community. I am thrilled to begin building a culture of excellence with our new Wells family.”

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