Hanford Joint Union High School District superintendent to retire
After a 35-year career in education, the last 13 as superintendent of Hanford Joint Union High School District, William Fishbough has announced his upcoming retirement.
Fishbough became superintendent in 2006 and has had a hand in accomplishing some big goals for the district, including the opening of Sierra Pacific High School and the creation of an agricultural farm for high school students.
Fishbough said he always had the intention of retiring at the age of 60, which he turned in June. He told the board of trustees about his retirement decision in late October in preparation to start a replacement search early and get the best candidates as possible.