LAPS Investigates Allegations Of ‘Adult Misconduct’ At High School Volleyball Lock-In Friday Night


Los Alamos Public Schools Supt. Jennifer Guy confirmed Wednesday that an investigation is being conducted into “a situation that may have occurred Friday night” during an overnight lock-in for the district’s volleyball program.

Guy sent the following email Wednesday to parents of those who participated on the lock-in:

“I wanted to make sure you were informed about a situation that may have occurred on Friday night. We received some concerns there may have been some adult misconduct at the Volleyball Lock In. We are currently investigating the allegations. Yesterday’s practice was canceled. We will hold practice today.  We are working to complete this investigation as quickly as possible and come to a resolution. We will explain this situation to players today and will have staff available to talk with the players who have questions or need support. To be clear, we do not believe that any students were involved in any misconduct or were in any danger.”

The Los Alamos Reporter became aware of the situation when contacted Wednesday by LAHS parents who were concerned about alleged conduct by the adults during the lock-in. Supt. Guy said Wednesday that cameras in the gymnasium were in operation during the lock-in and video is being reviewed. She expected to have a written report to release next week.