Ryan Medley ‘17 – Upon the departure of the previous hall monitor Gregg, RHS has brought in a new face. Hector Tanner has accepted the new hall monitor position and could not be more excited to do so.

“I am overwhelmed with the opportunity to better myself and be on a new wave with the kids,” Tanner said.

Hector wants to be remembered as the best hall monitor ever, and desires for kids to look back knowing that he added positivity to the school and was a great person and coach. Hector was a freshman football assistant coach this past fall, moving up to help varsity for the playoffs.

Hector, referred to by some as Coach Hec, was very humbled by his role during the state championship season. He prides himself in walking these halls and seeing his face on the newspapers with the champs. This coming year Hector really looks forward to starting a fresh year as a hall monitor and a new football season.

His brother, Bradley Tanner ‘16, won’t be roaming RHS in the coming year as he heads to Kalamazoo to play football for the Western Michigan University Broncos.

“I feel joyful and happy for him, he’s going to do bigger and better things,” Hector Tanner said.
Hector is already getting positive feedback amongst kids of all ages. With his excitement and passion he has for his new position he should have no problem leaving a positive mark within the walls of the RHS and out on the football field.

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