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One of the first issues Ann Stewart will have to deal with on her new job is the issue she created.
Stewart was named the new athletic director at Los Alamos High School Thursday. She will take over for Vicki Nelms when she officially vacates her job July 1 to take a similar job in Clackamas, Ore.
Stewart is the Hilltoppers’ girls basketball head coach, but will be stepping down from that job to give her full attention to the AD’s office.
With summer coming up and summer being a key time for player development, there might seem like a rush to get that position filled, but Stewart said she’s not going to jump into any decisions.
“We’re not going to be in a hurry,” Stewart said of filling her soon-to-be old job. “We’re not going to pick whoever comes around. We’ve got things covered for the summer program. We want to find the right person for the job.”
Stewart holds a master’s degree in educational administration from Grand Canyon University and during her career in education has been a teacher and coach at several spots around the state, including Albuquerque, Bloomfield and Alamogordo.
She is also a 1991 graduate of LAHS.
Before Nelms’ departure next month, Stewart said she plans to pick her brain as much as possible.
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