Which FHCI science teacher said this: "If I wasn’t a teacher, I probably would have gone into engineering. My dad was an engineer. My grandfather was an engineer. There was a time in high school when I thought I was going to be an engineer. Then, I snapped out of it and realized that I’m a teacher.”

Which FHCI teacher said this: "As a teacher, I have always been an advocate for those who have been bullied. I also believe that we should all stand up together to fight against bullying.”

Which FHCI teacher said this: "Physical education was my favourite subject in school. I’m pretty competitive, so I always liked playing sports and being on sports teams.”

Which FHCI teacher said this: “It was my love for teaching and my passion for _______ that inspired me the most. I thought it was the best profession that combined both. I consider myself extremely lucky to be doing what I love every single day.”

Which FHCI teacher said this: “My fondest memory from high school is when I realized that doing my homework actually paid off. In grade 13, I was taking chemistry and I scored 100% on my final exam. My average came out to 79.2%. But because I had done my homework and scored a 100 on my exam, my chemistry teacher bumped up my mark. My average ended up being over 80% and I got the Ontario Scholar Award.”

Which FHCI teacher said this: “A dangerous rise in nationalistic posturing against the backdrop of an election for the most powerful public office on the planet. We grieve. The headless leader has returned. The past is present.”