Phone: Ext. 1131


Degrees and Certifications:

Mathematics/Secondary Education

Mrs. Debi Weaver

I am a high energy, happy, honest, organized, and responsible lady who lives each day to the fullest!  I love to spend time with my family, play games, read, power walk, bike, and do outdoor activities.

I grew up in Weirton, West Virginia.  I went to college at Mount Vernon Nazarene University where I studied Math/Secondary Education.  I have been married for 39 years to my best friend, Ed Weaver, who is a Nazarene Pastor in Eagle.  We have lived in Ohio, Kansas, Oregon, California, and Idaho. I have 3 beautiful adult daughters - 2 of which are married with children- one lives in Meridian and the other in Ohio, and my youngest is pursuing her newest career in Ohio.  As of late June, I have 8 grandbabies - 5 girls and 3 boys!!  Four live in Ohio and four live in Meridian.  Locally, I get to enjoy 7 year old Waiverly, 5 year old Declyn, 2 year old Nola, and 2 year old Finley.  In Ohio, I get to play with 7 year old Boden, 4 year old Daxton, 2 year old Gatlin, and our newest addition is Hayden.
It has been my privilege to teach for over 25 years. I have taught kindergarten, home schooled my girls, taught at middle schools, high schools, and  at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.  When we moved to Eagle, I taught one year at Meridian Middle School, 6 years at Eagle High School, and then I came to Rocky Mountain when it opened.   I served as the Mathematics Chair for Rocky Mountain High School for 8 years, along with being the National Honor Society and CRU adviser.
I have a strong desire to see my students excel and achieve their full potential. I believe students learn best when they are in an encouraging and fun environment - so that is what I strive to provide. 
I have a motto:  Do Not Look Back and Grieve Over the Past, for it is gone. Live in the Present, and Make It So Beautiful That It Will Be Worth Remembering!
I love the quote that says: “The choices you make today build the house you will live in tomorrow.” The only way to achieve your purpose in life is to take small action steps everyday. In the end, they all add up, and you will be enjoying your purpose-driven life.

This school year I will be teaching: PreCalculus, and Honors Common Core 2.