Mr. John G. Miller
Mr. Miller received his Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies Education from St. Francis College in Brooklyn, New York, and a Masters of Education from the City University of New York.
Assistant Principal - Godwin Middle, 1996 - 2001
Assistant Principal - Stonewall Middle, 2001 - 2003
Principal - Stonewall Middle, 2003 - present
Supervised the IBMYP Programme at Godwin and Stonewall
Implemented the Students Mastering Success process
Under Mr. Miller's leadership, Stonewall has been accredited for two years, including meeting the AYP provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act, has been authorized as an International Baccalaureate Organization World School, and been declared a Prince William County School of Excellence!
Steve Stoebe, Assistant
Mr. Stoebe received his B.S. from George Mason University in 1989. He earned his M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from George Mason in 1996. Mr. Stoebe has taught for 16 years, including World History, Language Arts and Science. He has served as a summer school principal, and spent 6 months as a Teacher on Administrative Assignment. At Godwin, he instituted the Community Outreach Team, which provided instructional workshops for parents and adults on a variety of topics, including how to deal with gangs and violence. I believe education is learning through experience. There is very little meaning to knowledge unless it is applied.
Boatwright, Assistant Principal
graduated from the University of Virginia with her Bachelor of Arts in 2000. She
also graduated from the University in 2011 with her Master of Education in
Mrs. Boatwright split her eleven years of teaching
special education students between both elementary and middle school before
coming to Prince William County as an Administrative Intern at Gainesville
Middle School for the Arts and Sciences. She was there for two years before
becoming an Assistant Principal here at Stonewall Middle School. She brings her
knowledge of teaching a variety of subjects in elementary school and math in
middle school to both general and special education students across the grade
Mrs. Boatwright looks forward to another year here
at Stonewall working in our village to continue to create positive and