Mrs. Reyana Weeks         

Contact Info:

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Phone: 480-472-4774

Classroom Experience:

This is my second year in 2nd grade, and my seventh year in education. I started my journey in education with 6th graders at Jefferson Elementary in Mesa, and have since had the opportunity to work with preschool through 2nd grade students.


As an Arizona native, I am proud to say I am a product of the Mesa Public School system, and I graduated from Red Mountain High School in 2001. Before moving to East Mesa in my freshman year, I was a Lady Husky on the Hendrix Jr. High School softball team, and have always loved the sport, and even play slow pitch softball to this day. I really enjoyed my drama classes in high school, and explored theatre production in my junior and senior years.

Academic Interests:

I love to learn new things, in particular I have always enjoyed learning about history, and I especially enjoyed taking American History classes as my social electives in college.

College Experience:

I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Arizona State University in 2007, Fear the Fork! And am currently a Grand Canyon University Antelope as I pursue my Master’s Degree in Leadership and Administration.

Family Information:

I have been married to my husband, Jeff for nearly 8 years, and we have a 2 year old son, Andy who keeps us very busy and brings us so much joy. I am the second oldest of 5 children to my very dedicated parents. With three sisters and one brother, our house was always bustling, noisy, and full of laughter.

Hobbies and Interests:

These days my spare time includes playing with Andy and hanging out with my extended family playing board games, cooking lots of yummy food, and watching football. My husband is a Seattle native, he and I are huge Seahawks fans and love to watch them play, and look forward to attending the game in December! Whenever possible I try to make it to a yoga class, and enjoy using our Phoenix Zoo membership when the weather allows.

 “Nothing is impossible”