Galloping into the school year at WRV

Wednesday, August 7, 2019
By Sabrina Stockrahm

White River Valley High School students were greeted by Superintendent Bob Hacker on horseback on their first day of school Wednesday. Hacker said it's a tradition to find a way to help the students ease into the school year, so he called on senior Kate Records to bring in her horse so they could welcome students in style. After a lot of convincing, "Cowboy Hacker" convinced his "deputy," new high school principal Doug Lewis, to hop on the horse as well. Students and parents could be seen giggling from their cars and stopping to take photos of the antics.