Hello! My name is Mrs. Turner, and I am the Substitute Director at CCS. I have the pleasure of working with a fantastic group of qualified individuals on our Substitute Facilitator Team! They work hard to keep the classrooms running seamlessly for our learners when facilitators are away. Each brings their expertise from different backgrounds and has such passion and excitement in the classrooms. 

Along with planning and managing schedules for K-8 each day, I love my “other job” of being the Yearbook Advisor for all four of our school yearbooks (preschool through high school). I am frequently seen running around campus with a camera around my neck, but my first passion is teaching. I graduated from California State University, Long Beach, with a BA in Business Finance and received my California Teaching Credential from CSULB about 25 years ago. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to put my passions of photography & design together with teaching. I have facilitated our UC-approved Fine Arts yearbook course at the high school for nine years. My most recent addition is the CCMS Yearbook with a fabulous team of 6th-8th grade learners (who are VERY excited to share their yearbook this year!). 

I am not only an employee, but I am also a Crossroads parent. My three kids have all attended CCS, the final one in 7th grade. I can’t express how much joy it brings to see firsthand how this God-first school has impacted my kids and our family over the years. I give thanks to God for the opportunities we have had here. “Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” ~1 Thessalonians 5:16-18…Blessings, Mrs. Turner


My name is Mrs. Feaster and I am a part-time Associate Facilitator at Crossroads Christian Elementary School. I have recently retired from Corona- Norco USD, after 30 years of service, where I worked as a teacher, teacher coach, and, most recently, elementary school principal. Working part-time at Crossroads has been a true blessing and is allowing me to do what I am passionate about, working with children!


Hi! My name is Mrs. O’Neill and I have been a teacher all my adult life. I never wanted to be anything else. I was a shy, quiet child and teased because of my name and my weight. My goal has always been to encourage children to be happy with who they were and how God had made them and to always do their best, knowing that life held many wonderful possibilities for them. I retired from the public school system in 2019 and missed being around children. It has been a true Godsend to land here at Crossroads Christian School where I can interact with children and teach them about God and who He wants them to be. God always had a plan for my life and I’m glad Crossroads has been part of His plan!


My name is Ms. Neely. I am a substitute facilitator at Crossroads Christian School. I graduated from California Baptist University with a B.S in Business Administration. I will be receiving my M.S in Educational Leadership for Faith-Based Institutions this spring. I will then be receiving my M.S in School Counseling and PPS Credential in 2024. Then receiving a Doctorate in educational counseling in 2026. My passion is mentoring young ladies to exemplify their talents without compromising their values while obtaining a higher education. I am an author of three nonfiction books for teenage girls related to knowing your worth in Christ by sharing my testimony. I am a youth minister at Victory Worship Ministries where I have served since I can remember. I have a new book I am writing now called “I’ll Just Wait” for teenage girls. I also love theater! I was in a traveling Gospel play for three years with the leading role. It was a fantastic experience! I hope to one day open a youth center where I grew up to give back to my community—helping young people exemplify their talents without compromising their values while obtaining a higher education.


My name is Ms. Nnachi and I’m from Oakland, CA. I recently graduated from San Diego State University in 2021 with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, specializing in Psychology, Sociology, and Public Health. My work experience consists of supporting students grades K-12 for 7 years as a counselor, mentor, academic advisor, and youth development specialist. I love that Crossroads is a God-first school that integrates a biblical worldview in their curriculum. I look forward to utilizing my gifts and abilities to exemplify the love and character of Christ in every classroom. I am especially passionate about helping children succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. I hope to become a Marriage and Family Therapist so I can better support families and children.