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.

Roots:

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”