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Robert Kern Curtis retired from the Hackensack Public Schools on September 1, 2006. He was the Mathematics and Science Departments' Chair for
Hackensack High School and
Assistant Director of Curriculum and Instruction for Mathematics and Science (grades 7 - 12) for
Hackensack Public Schools. He had taught
Honors Latin, and
AP Computer Science, C. P. Physics, C. P. Chemistry, Electronics,
Chemistry 1-2, C. P. Earth Science, Latin 3,
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Mathematics 1, Business
Mathematics, C. P. Geometry at
in Hackensack, New Jersey, where he also practices
law. At Hackensack
High School he has been the faculty advisor for the
Chess Club, and
He is the faculty advisor for the
Ham Radio Club - K2HHS,
and Philosophy Club.
He was the SYSOP of
a BBS sponsored by the science and mathematics departments at Hackensack
Physics for Advancement at
during the summer (1996-1999),
is on the board of the
in Ridgewood and is on the
advisory board of the Holley Center 1980-1987 in Hackensack. He was
President of the
Hackensack Education Association 1979-1981; 1997-2004.
He has studied at
Saint Bartholomew's School
Xavier High School
Seton Hall University
Fordham Law School
Seton Hall Law School
Jersey City State College
He holds extra class amateur radio license K2RLW.
His biography is listed in Who's Who in America,
Who's Who in American Education,
Who's Who Amongst America's Teachers,
Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in New Jersey, Who's Who in the East, Who's Who in American Law.
He was born in
June 11, 1940.
Short Essays: Reflections Underground Grammarian Disinformation
Phyllis Beverley Curtis - PHOTOGRAPHER
PARAGON HOUSE (Books)
NEW WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA
From 1979: "Significant Partners" by Robert Kern Curtis America Magazine Letter to the Editor
From 1965: "Hans Küng on Karl Barth" by Robert Curtis, S.J. Jubilee Magazine
From 1964: "Aristotle's Proud Man" by Robert Curtis, S.J.
From 1962: "Charles Waterton, Esq." by Robert Curtis, S.J. New Measures, Spring 1962
Alexandria and The Seven Liberal Arts
The First President of the United States: John Hanson? Samuel Huntington?
HAL 9000 Made operational January 12, 1997
Vergil's Aeneid in English Translation
Latin Motto Page
Nuntii Latini News in Latin from Radio Finland
Early Childhood Education
Improving Education through Supervision
Computer Science Stuff
The Geometry Forum
Eucild's Elements Complete text
AP Calculus Reference
The Calculus Net
Mathematical Resources (Caltech)
Largest Known Prime Number
It has been proven that there are infinitely many prime numbers.
Logarithms: An Introduction to Their Use by Robert Kern Curtis (1970)
New Jersey Mathematics Coalition
Conway Interview Famous mathematician at Princeton
Decimal to Roman Number converter! by RKC
Cool Math On-line
National Institute of Health
National Library of Medicine
University of Bergen medical news, directories, etc., from Norway
Hackensack University Medical Center
Holy Name Hospital (Teaneck)
Teilhard de Chardin, S.J.
The Catholic Worker
(Roman) Catholic Resources
Acats Bar Pages
NJ Forcasts & Observations
Weather Map (USA)
Weather Superhighway Directory of many WWW weather pages around the world!
Time (US Naval Observatory)
Click HERE for present time from the United States Naval Observatory.
The Directorate of Time
INTERNET Search Tools Collected
YAHOOLIGANS: Kids' Guid to the Net
YAHOO Internet Search Tool
WEBCRAWLER Internet Search Tool
Search YAHOO from here!
High IQ Games & Puzzles || Python_on_Line || MIT_Hacks_Gallery || F's QUIZ
Decimal to Roman Numeral Converter by RKC
A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS
Lewis Carroll on "How to Learn"
A dog named Pooh Bear
Mr Hugh Moore with alumni: Eric Enright, Chris Comarato, and Bart Browne
Lauren Levin, alumna - - - Pavel Chernikov, alumnus - - - James Zaorski, alumnus
geometry - - - - - - - - - cp physics - - - - - - - - - - cp physics
cp physics - - - - - - - - ap physics - - - - - - - - - - chess club
Virginia Schaffner Deatz
Jacquline Mary Shahin
Alumni/ae & Students' Home Pages
Ham Radio Stuff
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Pages
Paramount's OFFICIAL site
Star Trek (TOS)
TIME via a cgi program:
Click here for time according to this server.
The Directorate of Time
The San Francisco Exploratorium The famous science museum online.
The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. A museum online here on the internet -- doors open 24 hours a day.
The Web Museum (Louve)
The Boring Page
The Holy See Vatican Web Site
Strange Places to Sleep (by Eve Andersson)
Eve Astrid Andersson
Think Quest internet contest for students in grades 7 - 12.
Home pages of selected Colleges and Universities
iTools Internet Tools!
NY State Library
WWW for the CLUELESS
World File Project Software and data files with good search tools -- millions of files
Virtual Software Library
The Library of Congress
THOMAS (Government Documents etc.)
The N Y Times on the WEB!
The Bergen Record on the WWW
New Jersey Online
CNN Home Page (NEWS)
MSNBC Home Page (NEWS)
WCBS NewsRadio 88 Home Page
The Ancient World on TeleVision weekly summary
Hackensack Education Association
Hackensack High School Home Page
E. T. Marlatt Chapter of NHS at Hackensack High School
The BERGEN NET The Academies, Bergen Tech., etc.
The Bergen Record - Hackensack Newspaper
Holy Name Hospital, Teaneck NJ
Educational Testing Service
National Science Teachers Association Home Page
New Jersey Science Teachers Association Home Page
Telnet TIME at Navy Observatory
Particular Educational Resources
WQXR Home Page | PBS Home Page | WNET (Ch 13) Home Page
LISTSERV mail discussion groups
Karen's Kitchen (Karen Schneider - especially for Librarians!)
RAIN Home Page
The BBS at Hackensack High School's physics laboratory was called THE LABORATORY. The telephone number was (201) 342-5659.
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