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About the Superintendent

Lone Pine Unified School District and Community, let's take a few minutes to meet our new Superintendent, Mr. Edward (Ed) Campbell. The 2023-24 school year will mark the 27th year in education for Ed. Ed's first two years were in private school while the last 25 years have been dedicated to the public education system in California. Ed spent 14 years in the classroom as a teacher, coach, athletic director site representative and executive council member in AVTA. For the last 13 years Ed has worked as a Dean, Vice Principal, and Principal at both the middle school and high school levels. During his tour of duty in education Ed has worked in the following educational venues, Antelope Valley Christian Schools, Rosamond High School, Highland High School (as a teacher), Antelope Valley High School, Littlerock High School, Highland High School (as a Vice Principal), Eric Birch and Citrus High Schools (as Principal of both schools simultaneously). California City Middle School, California City High School, and Desert Junior/Senior High School. The last 8 years of Ed's service has been in the capacity of a site Principal.
Educationally, Ed has earned an AA from Antelope Valley College, a BA in Political Science from CSUB, his teaching credential was completed through the Teacher Education program at CSUB, and finally Ed possesses a Masters in Educational Administration from CSUB. Along the way Ed has successfully completed multiple Professional Academies through the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA). Those Academies include the following: Principal's Academy, Personnel Academy, CBO's Academy. and the Superintendent's Academy. 
Ed is married with two sons and the great thing is that education is the family business. Ed's wife has been a SDC classroom aide for over 20 years and both of his sons are Special Education Teachers. Ed has 2 grandchildren, one girl and one boy. 
For Ed, education has been his way of giving back to those people, educators, who had the greatest impact on his own life. Outside of education Ed spends his time with his wife, and companion for over 40 years, Theresa, in their Tehachapi home.