Lieutenant Stewart Jones

Lt. Stewart Jones began his teaching career early in life.  At 14 Stewart taught hockey skills to younger children in Burlington Ontario, and at 16 he was a martial arts and swimming instructor.  This passion for teaching continued on into his adult life.  After graduating from McMaster University with a degree in Physical/Forensic Anthropology, accompanied with studies at the University of Toronto in Archaeology, Stewart worked as an archaeologist and site director, teaching archaeology field techniques and Ontario archaeology to university students.  Stewart moved on to the corporate world and became a training manager for an armoured car company in Mississauga/Toronto.  At the age of 40, Stewart returned to school, and earned his Masters of Science in Education from Medaille College in New York State.  He began his teaching career at Robert Land Academy in September of 2014 and has taught in both the junior school and high school.  On December 11, 2018, Lt. Jones became a member of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), as a CIC officer, and is currently the Training Officer for Unit 2968 based at Robert Land Academy. Lt. Jones has been married to his wife Allison for 23 years and has three children.