Meet Our Staff

 Roger McDougal 

Roger McDougal is the administrator of West Side Christian Academy. He has left the public school system after 17 years of teaching science to 7th through 12th grade.  Roger has been awarded two time Teacher of the Year and received the Bob Hurley/News on 6 Impactful Teacher Award.  He has been married to his wife, Heather, for 21 years and they have 5 children. Mr. McDougal is also an ordained preacher.  He is excited to start this new journey so he can share the love of God, disciple youth, while teaching students.  

 Peggy Cleveland 

Peggy Cleveland serves as our school counselor.  She retired from Glenpool Public Schools.  She had been a classroom teacher, counselor, principal, and superintendent for over 35 years.  Peggy loves the Lord and is enthusiastic about sharing her passion of education with others.  Mrs. Cleveland has a husband of many years and one daughter and enjoys spending time with her grandson.

 Heather McDougal 

Heather McDougal received her administration certification to help at West Side Christian Academy.  She assists with supervising on Mondays and Fridays and most afternoons.  She builds relationships with the students and families and always has a smile for everyone.  Heather also is a part time director of Tiny Town, West Side's Early Learning Center.  She is married to Roger McDougal and together they have 5 children. 

 Shelia Fargo Fennel 

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Having always loved working with children I have spent most of my life helping in any way that I can.  I have a wonderful loving husband and 3 adult children and 2 grandsons.  I attended Westside freewill baptist church for over a year now. Having a family with special needs I have learned alot about how to help others  stay calm and the ability to help  teach those who have difficulty learning a specific way.  I have been a Girl Scout leader/co leader for 12+ years and currently have 3 troops in the Sapulpa/Kellyville area. It brings me great joy to see the faces of the next generation light up when they discover new things or they accomplish something they didn't think was possible.   

Dianne Haile

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I have a BA  in English Education and a MA in Secondary School Counseling. I have 38 years of experience in public education. Twenty-two years teaching English and sixteen years as a high school counselor. I am a widow and I have a son and daughter and seven grandchildren. I am a Christian by the grace of Almighty God and I am a member and attend Kellyville First Baptist Church.

Yvonne Mears

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Hello, I am Yvonne Mears and I taught fourth graders at Lone Star School for thirty-six years. During my teaching I was honored to be Lone Star Teacher of the year, Creek County Teacher of the year, and Walmart Teacher of the year.

The students not only learned all the required goals, but they also learned how to learn, how to do their best, to show respect for themselves and other, and to be proud of themselves and their achievements. I have worked with the Lone Star 4-H program, supervised the school's facts masters and globe masters programs, headed the Improvement Plan for the school, and worked the basketball games.

I have participated in other activities such as: the four and five year old music program and Vacation Bible School at church, member of a bowling team, member of the Sapulpa Satoma group and worked their bingo games, and volunteered at nursing home.

I work part-time at Walmart, part-time at H&R block, and own a ballroom dance studio in Tulsa. I am a member and treasurer of the Creek County OHCE.

I truly enjoy working with children. I try to help them learn and reach further than even they think possible. By working with children, it is just one small way I can make our future better. All the children are very intelligent and gifted. They can learn and become anything in life they choose. They are truly our future and a great blessing from God.

Volunteers

Cherie Blakley

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Donna Hughes

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Ann Cagle

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