Longtime Innisfil resident Margaret Baker recalls her career as a teacher at Huronia and Warnica schools, 1957-1975. She begins by recalling her visits to Innisfil as a child where she would go to Goodfellow beach and visit her grandmother, Susie Goodfellow, and get lemonade and homemade cookies. She didn't have much to do with Innisfil until 1957 when she needed a job. She went to a job fair at the teacher's college and talked to a delegation from Innisfil, where she applied and ended up being accepted. She started teaching at Huronia School from 1957 to 1967, which was the largest school in Innisfil with three rooms (and later five rooms after an addition was constructed). Her first pay cheque for her yearly salary was $2800, which was $100 more than in Barrie and was a significant amount of money at the time. She then transferred to Warnica School, which was a shock to transfer from a five room school to a multi-room school, but after 17 years she quit teaching to have children.