One sample question: "My business is briefs. I am a cunning linguist. I plead and plead for it. What am I?"
The answer: An attorney.
While there were technically no curse words in the 14-question quiz, which also used words like "penetrate" and "discharge," parents weren't pleased.
"You know that's something, I don't know, you wouldn't even see on a porn site, I don't know, it's that bad," the parent who didn't want to be identified, said. "To have a teacher giving that, you know, to me that’s sexual harassment to these kids."
A spokesperson for Palm Beach County's school district said disciplinary action was taken against Rozanski, but didn't say what that action was.
The district said they're reaching out to angry parents and taking steps to stop it from happening again.
Rozanski is still a teacher at the school and was at Dwyer on Thursday, teaching his scheduled classes.