Horseshoe Bend superintendent resigns

The Horseshoe Bend School District’s Board of Trustees voted to accept the resignation of superintendent Vickie Renfro at a special meeting Wednesday. Renfro, a long-time employee of the district, turned in her letter of resignation from her positions as superintendent and elementary principal on Monday. Her departure is immediate.

The school board trustees also voted to name Dan Arriola the interim superintendent for the remainder of the school year. He is the retired superintendent of the Wilder School District. He will be retained on a part-time basis to provide leadership to the staff and board.

Board Chair Tina McDonald said the board will immediately begin the process to hire a new leader.


Jennifer Swindell

About Jennifer Swindell

Managing editor and CEO Jennifer Swindell founded Idaho Education News in 2013. She has led the online news platform as it has grown in readership and engagement every year, reaching over one million pageviews in 2019. Jennifer has more than 30 years of experience in Idaho journalism. She also has served as a public information officer for Idaho schools and as a communication director at Boise State University. She can be reached at [email protected]

Read more stories by Jennifer Swindell »

Republish this article on your website