Teacher Tuesday: Robert Fox


Robert Fox poses in his senior photo with his beloved saxophone.

Adam Schork, Staff Writer

Q: Tell us a little about yourself. 

A: “I am an english teacher at Huron. I teach TV and radio/DP film primarily. I have two children and am an author and filmmaker.”


Q: What is your favorite class and why?

A: “My favorite class is DP (Diploma Programme) film year one because we watch the early films to the modern-day films and I like watching the movies and not feel guilty about it.”


Q: What hobbies/sports/clubs do you do and why do you like them?

A: “Writing, reading and watching sports and movies, I like them because my passion is film and writing books and I enjoy the entertainment.”


Q: Once the pandemic ends and social distancing restrictions are removed, what’s the first thing you plan to do?

A: “I really miss going to the movie theatre, and also going to concerts.  ”


Q: What’s an interesting/unique fact about yourself?

A: “I have two movies in development, they are in the process of getting produced, the movies are actually based on some of my books, one is about a drama in Detroit and a romantic comedy set in Ukraine. Before teaching I was a journalist and a reporter.”


Q: What is one lesson the past year has taught you?

A: “I found it is best to take everything one day at a time, and also being more flexible is helpful to reduce stress when things don’t go your way.”