Teacher of the Week

Pastor Kim

Teacher Feature: Kim Robles

At the beginning of each school year, we ask the faculty and staff to fill out a fun questionnaire about themselves. Each week we choose someone to feature, and we share their questionnaire so that everyone can learn more about our awesome MSPCS faculty. This week our featured teacher is Pastor Kim our Bible teacher and Associate Pastor. Learn more about her below.

 

About me

 

Name: Kim Robles

 

Birthday: June 24

 

What is your hometown? Setauket, NY

 

What do you love most about your hometown? It’s on the beach, but still close to NYC

 

Travel and Destinations

 

What continents have to you traveled to? North America (USA, Canada, Mexico), South America (Nicaragua, Cuba, Haiti, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Argentina), Europe (Spain, Portugal), Asia (China, Jerusalem & Palestine)

 

If you could travel anywhere where would you pick? And why? Armenia/Turkey, because of my Armenian heritage

 

If you could travel back in time to give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be? Trust God more, stress less

 

Food Related

 

What food do you despise? Liver

 

What do you always have room for? Ice cream

 

What’s your go-to midnight snack? Cheese or nachos

 

Where do you love to go out to eat? The Mighty

 

What is your specialty to cook? I make delicious salads

 

What is the most delicious or disgusting thing you ever ate? The most delicious: razor clams, squid, and octopus on the coast of Spain.  The most interesting: cuyi (guinea pig) in the mountains of Ecuador

 

Favorites

 

What is your favorite quote? “What does the Lord require of you, but to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with your God.”  – Micah 6:8

 

What is your favorite way to stay active? Dancing, yoga, walking, hiking

 

What’s your favorite TV show? Mad Men

 

Who is your favorite cartoon character?

 

What color is your favorite? purple

 

What’s your favorite sport?

 

What’s your favorite sports team?

 

What’s your go-to karaoke song?

 

What’s your favorite cereal? granola

 

When you were a student

 

What was your favorite activity during recess? swings

 

What job did you have in high school? Life guard

 

What was your favorite project? Writing a report of mountain gorillas

 

Who was your favorite teacher? My professors of Philosophy of Religion and Buddhism at Bates College

 

If you won an award in the yearbook what award would it be (ex. “best laugh”, best smile”, most artistic” and so on) Most gullible

 

This or That

 

Do you prefer Pepsi or Coke? Coke

 

Are you a morning person or a night owl? morning

 

Do you prefer cake or pie? ice cream cake

 

Do you prefer chocolate or vanilla? chocolate

 

Do you prefer pancakes or waffles? french toast

 

At a movie do you prefer candy or popcorn? popcorn

 

Are you a coffee or tea person? both

 

Do you prefer summer or winter? winter in FL, summer in ME

 

Do you prefer an international vacation or a new TV? international vacation

 

Do you prefer rain or snow? rain

 

Do you prefer the pool or the sea? sea

 

Random

 

Do you collect anything? If so, what is it? books

 

What profession other than your own would you like to attempt? counselor

 

What do you want to accomplish before you die? (Rephrase: What is at the top of your bucket list?) Celebrate 50 years of marriage with my husband

 

What is a weird or useless talent you have? Hip-hop moves from the 90s

 

Who is the coolest celebrity you’ve ever met? Garrison Keeler (Prairie Home Companion radio host/writer)

 

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?

 

How many pairs of shoes do you own?

 

What is a recent book that you have enjoyed? The Bible

 

What’s your favorite holiday? Thanksgiving

 

Describe yourself in 3 words.

 

If you were famous, what would you be famous for?

 

If you could take 3 items with you to a deserted island, what would they be? sun screen, bathing suit, towel

 

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