Rodolfo Arceo

In an effort to expand language services for district students, Rodolfo Arceo has been selected to oversee support efforts as the Coordinator of English Language Initiatives, beginning with the 2024-2025 school year.

Currently serving as principal at Lockwood Elementary School – which is slated to be shifted to a preschool center as part of district consolidation – Arceo has served at the helm of the bilingual elementary campus since 2020.

Arceo began his career with Clovis Municipal Schools in 2011 as a Spanish teacher at Clovis High School. During his career with Clovis Schools, Rodolfo has worked with bilingual families through the Bilingual Summer Institute, Migrant Mentor Program, and served as an English Language Learner (ELL) Case Manager.

The addition of this position was made possible through Federal Title III funding, awarded to the district for the specific purpose of supporting second language learners through the acquisition of English language proficiency.

Mr. Arceo received his Bachelor's in Modern and Classical Languages from Eastern New Mexico University in 2011 and his Master's in Education Administration in 2018 from Wayland Baptist University. He will transition to his new position at the close of the school year.