Husky in the Hot Seat – Mr. Castillo

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Husky in the Hot Seat – Mr. Castillo

Fredy Castaneda, Staff Writer

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Fredy Castaneda: What was your favorite thing as a kid? 

Mr. Castillo: Playing with micro machines.


Fredy Castaneda: How long have you been teaching here for?

Mr. Castillo: Sixteen years.


Fredy Castaneda: Can you speak anything else but Spanish?

Mr. Castillo: English.


Fredy Castaneda: What’s your favorite cartoon?

Mr. Castillo: Tom and Jerry.  


Fredy Castaneda: When you were growing up, what did you want to be?

Mr. Castillo: A guitarist in a band, because I like playing guitar.


Fredy Castaneda: Have you ever broken a bone?

Mr. Castillo: Forearm.


Fredy Castaneda: How did you learn to play guitar?

Mr. Castillo: Self-taught.  


Fredy Castaneda: Biggest fear?

Mr. Castillo: Losing my family.  


Fredy Castaneda: Favorite subject in school when you were growing up? 

Mr. Castillo: History.


Fredy Castaneda: Is there anything you wish you taught but you can’t?

Mr. Castillo: Coding. I find It fascinating but don’t have the knowledge for it. 


Fredy Castaneda: What’s the hardest thing about being a teacher?

Mr. Castillo: Balancing work and family.   


Fredy Castaneda: What is your dream vacation?

Mr. Castillo: To go exploring the Yucatan Peninsula.  


Fredy Castaneda: How do you show your school spirit? 

Mr. Castillo: Being here for the students.


Fredy Castaneda: What inspires you? 

Mr. Castillo: People of goodwill.