Bill Arnold is the current Associate Superintendent of Schools (Secondary Education) for the Southeastern California Conference. Prior to his most recent appointment, Arnold was the principal at Loma Linda Elementary School, in Loma Linda, CA. Over his 35 year of professional career he has worked as a teacher, school administrator, and conference superintendent.
Over the years, Arnold has grown to love sports, as an athlete and as a parent of two boys. He had the privilege of watching his boys grow up while participating in Little League, junior high and high school athletics, and eventually as members of the La Sierra University Golden Eagles baseball team.
Arnold is a believer in the positive aspects of athletic participation. “Athletics is a wonderful way to reach many students, in a Christian setting, and to teach life-long skills that can be used to serve their chosen churches and communities,” stated Arnold.
Bill is a member of Phi Delta Kappan (Professional Association in Education), the National Association of Secondary Schools, the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, and the Loma Linda Chamber of Commerce Board.
During his free time he enjoys playing golf, traveling, building and doing “handyman” projects, and spending time with family and friends.