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Mrs. Robin Riley
Bettie Weaver Elementary Principal
Office Phone: (804) 378 - 2540

About Mrs. Riley:

It is a privilege to be part of the Weaver Family, serving as the principal. This is my first year at Weaver. Previously,  I served as the assistant principal at Greenfield and Winterpock Elementary School for three years, and I also taught 4th and 5th grade at Winterpock. I have lived in Chesterfield County for the majority of my life and am a graduate of Chesterfield County Public Schools. I attended VCU where I earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Master’s of Teaching and a Post-Master’s in Educational Leadership. Though I am a proud graduate of VCU, I am a devoted Virginia Tech fan! GO HOKIES!

I enjoy spending time at the baseball/softball fields cheering on my son and daughter.  I have a large extended family and spend as much time with them as possible. When not busy with my family and children, I love to read, run and relax by the water.

I look forward to continuing to grow Weaver by partnering with the community, families and staff to provide the best possible learning experiences for our students while inspiring them to become lifelong learners.

With Weaver Pride!

Robin Riley


Follow me:

Twitter: @RobinARileyEdu


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Twitter: @weRweaver

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Mrs. Debbie Whaley

Bettie Weaver Elementary Assistant Principal

Email: Debbie_Whaley@ccpsnet.net

Office Phone: (804) 378 - 2540

Higher Education:

Middle Tennessee State University: Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

Virginia Commonwealth University: Master’s in Educational Leadership

Teaching/Administrative Experience:

Chesterfield County Public Schools:

J.B. Watkins Elementary (Assistant Administrator)

Swift Creek Elementary (Grade 3)

Hening Elementary (Grades 2, 3, 5)

Mooresville Graded School District:

South Elementary (Grade 3)

Robertson County Public Schools:

Cheatham Park Elementary (Grade 4)

Virginia Department of Education Endorsements:

Administration and Supervision (PK-12)

Elementary Education (Prek-8)

About Mrs. Whaley:

Mrs. Whaley has had the privilege of working in schools in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia where she has gained extensive knowledge in elementary education. One of her most unique experiences was teaching in the Mooresville Graded School District in North Carolina which is a nationally recognized digital school system whose motto is Every Child, Every Day.

This has become a personal motto for Mrs. Whaley who believes that together we can truly make a difference in the lives of our students as we teach the whole child and prepare our students for life in a global society. In her spare time, Mrs. Whaley enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, walking or just sitting on the beach soaking up the sunshine.

Ms. Amanda Bolton

Bettie Weaver Elementary Coordinator of Special Education

Email: amanda_bolton@ccpsnet.net

Office Phone: (804) 378-2540



Higher Education:

University of Richmond: Post Masters Certificate in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Dec. 2019

Virginia Commonwealth University: Masters of Education, Special Education

Longwood University: Bachelors of Science in Business Administration

Teaching/Administrative Experience:

Henrico County Public Schools

Mills E. Godwin High School

-Administrative Aide

-Exceptional Education Department Chair

-Exceptional Education Teacher

Virginia Department of Education Endorsements:

Administration and Supervision (PreK-12) Dec. 2019

Special Education, General Curriculum (K-12)

About Ms. Bolton

Ms. Bolton has had the privilege of working in a variety of school settings and serving in many different roles.  She also has early childhood training, has worked with families as an in home nutrition counselor for at risk youth and volunteered in therapeutic horseback riding with the Special Olympics. 

She spends her free time biking, cooking, reading and wandering the trails along the James River.  Ms. Bolton enjoys traveling, especially to the beach or the river.  Most of all, she loves sharing these experiences with her own two children.

Ms. Bolton is eager to partner with the families and staff at Weaver to promote an inclusive environment that supports student growth for all learners.  

Thank you.