Reymer named Carson High athletic director, teacher

Thomas Reymer.

Thomas Reymer.

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Carson High Athletics has announced the hiring of Thomas Reymer as the new athletic director and teacher at Carson High School.

Reymer joins CHS and the Carson City School District from the Washoe County School District where he was the athletic director and a physical education teacher for Incline High School since 2015.

At Incline, Reymer helped the school install its new digital scoreboard two years ago after its booster club raised $75,000 with its foundation matching the total.

He taught PE and health for Clark County School District from 2004 to 2015 before moving to Northern Nevada.

Bringing with him a wealth of experience and expertise, Reymer has an impressive background in both coaching and athletic administration, said Cody Farnworth, lead administrator over athletics and vice principal at Carson High.

“He has an exceptional track record of leadership, passion for sports and dedication to student-athletes,” Farnworth continued. “Reymer has demonstrated unwavering commitment to fostering a culture of sportsmanship, teamwork and excellence.”

As the new athletic director, Reymer will oversee all aspects of the school's athletic program as it aligns with the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) requirements involving all three levels of freshmen, junior varsity and varsity teams at the school. From football to basketball, soccer to swimming, Reymer will strive to enhance athletes' experiences, emphasizing not only skill development but also character building both on and off the field.

Prior to education and athletics, Reymer has been a field paramedic. He earned a masters in sports conditioning and performance from Southern Utah University in 2013 and a bachelors in secondary physical education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2002. He previously earned his certification in paramedicine in 1997.

Reymer replaces former CHS Athletic Director Blair Roman who stepped down in June after more than 25 years to become the new principal at Eureka High School.


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