By Danielle Westreich, Jessica Huong, Jessica Bensky and Esther Eisen How long have you been together? Mr. Dinsmore: “7 or 8 years.” What were your first impressions of each other? Ms. Monaghan: “Short with a good taste in music.” Mr. Dinsmore: “Tall and very
Over the Winter Break, Forest Hill lost an important member of the community. Robert Blyskosz was a member of the school’s caretaking staff. On January 2, 2018, he was tragically killed in a car accident. Robert grew up in Toronto, attending Western Technical & Commercial
What is one thing most people don’t know about you? “I dabble in oil painting. But I only dabble in it; I’m not very good at it. I can also carve a sick pumpkin!” If you weren’t a teacher, what would you be? “I would
On this spooky holiday, Forest Hill was filled with spirit! Here are some of the highlights.
What is one thing most people don’t know about you? “I used to be an Auxiliary police constable with the Toronto Police.” If you weren’t a teacher, what would you be? “I would be a criminal lawyer.” What’s your favourite thing about being a teacher?
By Esther Eisen and Abi Parameswaran What is one thing most people don’t know about you? “I dabble in oil painting. But I only dabble in it; I’m not very good at it. I can also carve a sick pumpkin!” If you weren’t a
Spirit Week is next week! Here is everything The Golden Falcon knows about Spirit Week: Monday, September 25th Club Fair at lunch in the courtyard Tuesday, September 26th Athletic Council Activity (to be determined) Wednesday, September 27th Music Directorate Activity (to be determined) Tropical Day
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By: Rachel Nirenberg Q: What do you want people to take away from the Storm 3? A: After experiencing Storm 3, I trust the audience will leave the theatre armed with a bounty of questions. The objective of theatre is to address questions, not to answer
The following interview was conducted by Ahad Ali, Magomed Evloev, and Roberto Giacomini in association with the Golden Falcon Newspaper. The members of the Golden Falcon had a chance to interview Mr. Kleiman on his last day of the year. Most of you probably know
Ms. Monaghan Biology and Science Teacher By Andi Mayer-Goodman “Why did you become a teacher?” “Growing up I taught swimming and I really enjoyed it. A natural crossover was to become a teacher. My degree was in biology, and that is how I ended up becoming a biology teacher.”
Although FHCI is notorious for lacking spirit, there is one day each year that unites our school and brings out the spirit of each student and faculty member. This day is known as Day of Pink: the international day against bullying, discrimination, homophobia, transphobia, and
Interviewed by: Hivda Ates What may come as a surprise to those who have had Ms. Doan as a supply is that she’s a former drama and English teacher at Forest Hill, having started in September of 1985. Accordingly, I took advantage of an opportunity
Mr. Parkes retired last June after teaching for over 30 years. At FHCI, he was the Head of History and then the school librarian in his last couple of years. He will be remembered for being a notorious punster, the master of the backwards walk