Guy Meyer Joins LAHS As New Assistant Athletic Director

Newly-appointed Los Alamos High School Assistant Athletic Director Guy Meyer. Photo Courtesy LAPS

New LAHS Assistant Athletic Director Guy Meyer, right, recently met with Budget Manager Tammy Hinckley to discuss budgets and procedures. Photo Courtesy LAPS


Los Alamos Public Schools is pleased to announce that Guy Meyer has joined Los Alamos High School as the new assistant athletic director. He will be working with Athletic Director Ann Stewart. 

“I have always heard good things about LAPS in general and am familiar with the success and tradition of LAHS athletics, so that was the initial draw (to this position),” explained Mr. Meyer.  “Coach Stewart’s leadership is the other big thing that pulled me in as I had heard some really great things from colleagues in the area.  After meeting with Mrs. Dunwoody (LAHS principal) and Mrs. Gonzalez (Los Alamos Middle School principal) I was even more impressed with the direction of the school and athletics department and wanted to get involved in the position.”

 “I am really excited and thankful to be a Topper!” he added.

Meyer’s job duties will include scheduling, coach/parent/student communications, facilities and custodial, budgets, fundraising, admin duties, event management and more. 

“On top of this, Ms. Stewart and I agreed that there would be some initial mentorship, guidance, practice planning and execution, game planning and other areas to help impact coaches in the district,” he noted.

“I am excited to welcome Guy Meyer to the LAPS team!” said Supt. Jennifer Guy. “He brings great experience and enthusiasm to the district. I am looking forward to hearing his perspective on supporting student athletes. I hope you are able to meet Assistant Director Meyer soon.”

Meyer holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Fort Lewis College and a master’s degree in Athletic Administration from New Mexico Highlands University. He has held several college coaching positions in men’s basketball over the past several years, and was recently the Associate Athletic Director at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. He and his wife are currently residing in Santa Fe. In their spare time, the couple enjoy spending time with family, taking their dog Maci on walks and being outdoors.  They both look forward to spending time in the Los Alamos community. 

“The future of LAPS athletics is bright,” noted Meyer.  “The capital projects that are wrapping up and in the works are groundbreaking and will have a huge impact on the student experience.  The community will be able to continue to rally around their teams and host games in an amazing setting. This is a huge deal when developing a winning team culture.“