Weaver Elementary School

SchoolDistrict 622

We envision a positive and vibrant community where everyone is supported to do their best!
Be Kind
Be Safe
Be Respectful
and Try Your Best!
Weaver Elementary


First Day of School

Become a Reading Corp Tutor at Weaver Elementary in 2014-2015
Further your career with meaning: Grow the skills of children and youth.

Tutors are needed to help children and youth succeed in school by giving them the extra support they need to read. Minnesota Reading Corps—the nation’s largest state AmeriCorps program—trains tutors to impact students in schools across Minnesota. We are looking to place two part-time Elementary Tutors  at Weaver Elementary to commit a year of service and change the world of struggling students.

As a tutor, you will implement research-based strategies to help children believe in themselves and succeed in reading by the end of third grade—all while growing your career network and new skills.  You will receive training, a living allowance about $242 biweekly , an education award of $2,822, and the reward of making a real impact in your community.

Give a year of service to grow our communities and your own career. Apply today to become a tutor! Go to www.MinnesotaReadingCorps.org. Strong preference is given to tutors who can start serving August 10, 2014. Send questions to recruitment@servemnaction.org.
One year. This year. Serve to grow.



"The Weaver School community develops and supports academic and social growth in emerging, life-long learners."

Welcome to Weaver Elementary School!

Weaver is home to approximately 530 students in grades K-5.  Here at Weaver, we celebrate our achievements and embrace our growing diversity.

Our vision at Weaver Elementary School is that students and adults at Weaver will be empowered with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for success.  At Weaver we use a community approach to work toward achieving our vision while building a safe, caring, and enriching learning environment. 

Weaver Elementary believes in building strong positive relationships.

Weaver Expectations

  • Be Kind: Always show others they are special through your actions toward them and what you say to them.
  • Be Safe: Always think about your actions towards others and help them feel safe. 
  • Be Respectful: Always use kind words and respectful manners. 
  • Try: Always do your very best in everything and help each other.

Interesting facts about Weaver Elementary:

·        Weaver Elementary was #6 in the 2013 Minn CanTop 10 for English Language Learner Student Performance


·        Weaver Elementary was eligible to apply as a Minnesota Department of Education Celebration School in 2013.

Please explore our website to learn more about Weaver.


Contact Us

Weaver Elementary School

2135 Birmingham Street

Maplewood, MN 55109

School Hours: 9:15am - 3:45pm

Office Hours: 8:00am– 4:30pm

Phone: 651-748-7000

Attendance Line: 651-748-7006

Fax: 651-748-7091


Principal Pangjua Xiong, 651-748-7010

Administrative Support

Principal's Secretary Glenda Kryzer, 651-748-7001

Receptionist: Karen Mahr, 651-748-7006

Health Office

School Nurse: Angie Mullen and October Seed651-748-7015

Student Services

Social Worker: Leah Trumper, 651-748-7027

Psychologist: Chris Church, 651-748-7023

Adventure Connection Site Supervisor

Christine Sola, 651-748-7098

Parent Involvement Coordinator

Sharon Mott, 651-748-7016


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