New S.B. County Schools Asst. Superintendent
Myrlene Pierre has been selected as the new assistant superintendent of Student Services for the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, County Superintendent Ted Alejandre announced.
“We are excited that Myrlene, who has extensive experience as an educator for three decades in public education, will be joining our organization,” Alejandre said. “She has been a teacher, principal and district administrator in Southern California and has a passion for developing strong educational programs for all students.”
Pierre will be replacing Randy Elphic, who is retiring from County Schools after eight years as the assistant superintendent of Student Services and 24 total years as an educator and administrator in County Schools’ Student Services.
In her new role as assistant superintendent for Student Services, Pierre will oversee the operations of the Student Services branch that includes the administrators, teachers and paraprofessionals who provide direct support to students in County Schools operated programs. The assistant superintendent position is a member of the county superintendent’s executive cabinet.
County Schools’ Student Services program annually provides education to approximately 6,000 students in alternative education, special education, juvenile court school and state preschool programs.
Previously, Pierre served as the assistant superintendent of Educational Services for the Westminster School District for the past three years. She also was an assistant superintendent of Educational Services with the Claremont Unified School District.
She also was the director of Educational Services with the Magnolia School District for four years. From 2006-2010, Pierre served in roles as a principal and curriculum specialist in the Anaheim Elementary School District.
Pierre’s scheduled start date with a County Schools is July 13.