February Faculty Q+A: Mrs. Drubach

February Faculty Q+A: Mrs. Drubach

The Q+A- one student, one faculty member, each month. This month we sat down with Mrs. Drubach, spanish teacher.

Conducted by Yasmine Novian

Editor-in-Chief 

Mrs. Drubach posing with her Mate Tea

Common misconception about teachers:

That teachers were never students

Most creative gift, given or received:

My daughter arranged a night out with my husband, including a massage and dinner.

Movie you’ve seen the most:

Mary Poppins

Book you’ve read most:

Roommates, My Grandfather’s, by Max Apple

Fictional character you identify with:

Mary Poppins

Obsolete item you wont trash:

Family pictures

What you wanted to be at age 10:

A Teacher

Student pet peeve:

When my students chew gum in class and make bubbles while speaking to me

Procrastination technique:

Can’t do it now because one of my daughters needs my help

Secret hobby:

Gardening and cooking

Favorite historical figure:

Anne Frank

Favorite piece of art in your home/anywhere:

Old doors from Mexico.

 Movie star you always wanted to be:

Lucile Ball

Favorite gadget:

Food Processor

Topic you love but wont discuss at a party:

My students

The last meal you had:

Purim meal with rabbis and friends. Everyone brought interesting and delicious meals.

Funniest English word(s):

Jewelry – I can’t pronounce it well and people laugh when I say it.

Most memorable teaching experience:

A former student who initially had a difficult time learning Spanish, ended up with an “A” at the end of the year.

Most visited website, why:

Cooking websites, I love to cook

Favorite cancelled-too-soon TV show:

None.  I don’t watch that much television.

Most beloved/interesting item at your office desk:

My Mate.  It is a gourde which holds Yerba Mate – a tea from Argentina.

Most memorable college experience:

Finding out that I passed anatomy