Meet Our Staff

Delia Weatherly President/Chief Executive Officer for Abba Independent Learning Inc. She received her Bachelors in Sociology, Associates in Computer Security, Certified in Administrative Child and Family Development, and has been ordained for healing by the Joan Hunter Ministries. As a veteran homeschooler she has spent the last twenty-six years discipling students to be productive members of society. Students have ranged from two through sixty years of age, with needs in various subjects such as Art, Bible, Handwriting, History, Language Arts, Math, Play Therapy, Reading, Science, Social Skills, and Spanish. She excels in administrative skills maintaining a well-organized and effective business in several locations, but her influence has not been confined to the classroom, but reaches out to our community as well: She is a member of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, the Channelview Ministry Team, the Volunteer Coordinator for the Christmas Toy Drive, supports feeding the homeless in the local area, and Education Director of the Southeast area of Houston for the March of Remembrance, and has involved the school in the First Responders Luncheon.

Cathy Tyo is a veteran public school teacher. She received her Associate and Bachelor of Science degrees, and certification from the state of Texas, in Elementary Education with her specialization in Reading, for a lifetime certificate for use with a broad spectrum of grades and subjects. Her twenty years of experience in the public schools in Pasadena, Galena Park, and Deer Park Independent School Districts, included self-contained second, third, and fourth grades, and departmentalization in kindergarten through sixth grade. Departmentalized subjects included Mathematics, Language Arts, Writing, Reading, Social Studies, Physical Education, Science and Spelling. She also held her certification to educate the gifted and talented. She especially excelled in Mathematics, Writing and Reading. Since her retirement from public education, she has continued her pursuits at Abba, excelling with students with high achieving autism, dyslexia, and even receiving additional certification to diagnose and treat students suffering with Irlen syndrome. She currently holds the position as Vice President and regional director, carrying the original Abba curriculum, named the “Seeding” curriculum to locations as close as a day care center in a different location, to as far away as Patton Village and New Caney.

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