Mrs. Stoneman was recently selected as the Crystal Apple award winner for Mt. Nebo JHS.Mrs. Stoneman is a proud graduate of the University of Utah. She began her teaching career at Community Intermediate School 313 in the South Bronx, New York City.
Mrs. Stoneman taught for a year at Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School, a Catholic school in East Harlem, New York City. After that, Mrs. Stoneman and her husband Jack moved to Japan, where she taught private English lessons and taught for a little bit at the Kyoto International School.
After Japan, they returned to Utah, where Mrs. Stoneman was the most sought-after Sub (pronounced “soob”) in Nebo School District, before getting a job at PMS, later Mt. Nebo Junior High.
She teaches U.S. History, is a department leader, and a mentor. Students and faculty respect Mrs. Stoneman for her leadership and teaching abilities.