Faculty & Staff

For over 45 years Canterbury Christian School’s staff and faculty has made it a top priority to provide an excellent education for its students. Our structured environment, coupled with strong academics and music and art, allows our students to build a solid, Biblical foundation in the skills necessary to succeed in life.


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Father Steve Macias


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Miss Kathy Goodell

Office Administrator/ Executive Assistant


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Sydney Lee

Teaching Assistant

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Mrs. Sarah Macias

Kindergarten (K5) Teacher

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Mrs. Aruna Vijay

Kindergarten Teacher (K-4 & K-5)

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Miss Amy Lien

First Grade

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Mrs. Rhoda Moulden

Second Grade

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Father James Gadomski

Third Grade

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Mr. Paul Materum

Fourth Grade

Adjunct Teachers

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Coach Mike Jones

Chess Coach

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Father Christopher Parrish

Latin Teacher

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Mrs. Liz Cox


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Mrs. Dian Ruder

Handbell Choir Director

Mrs. Macias teaches Canterbury’s children’s choir program and collaborates with the San Francisco Opera Guild to bring several of their programs to the school during the fall and spring semesters. She helps prepare children from K4 through 5th grade learn to sing confidently and introduces them to basic music theory, including two-part harmony. She believes as children, we use our voices as instruments to express feelings, but they also serve important learning functions--they teach us pattern, pulse, rhyme, and structure. They teach us the way humans bond and express emotion; they encourage imagination and storytelling. Mrs. Macias has had a love for music, particularly singing, ever since she was a little girl and has always been captivated by the power of expressing emotion through song. She hopes to instill the same love for music in her students by incorporating games, crafts, and other activities that will also teach them practical musical techniques. She wants her students to feel empowered when they sing a piece of music because they have the tools they need to recognize, appreciate, and utilize it. Mrs. Macias has a background in music having extensive training in both piano and vocal performance. She also serves as musical director of St. Paul’s Anglican Church.