To emphasize how serious my respect and admiration is for Mr. Curto, you should know that he was my 9th grade math professor around 10 years ago. While take notes for a grad. school class, I suddenly realized that the entire format of my note-taking reflected the projected slides he used for class. I am benefiting Mr. Curto's formulaic, consistent, and organized teaching method to this day. He was stern and taught a lot of students how to be mature, respectful, serious students.
He is my father and is the man but for those who need to post nasty comments about him come see me please because im dying to meet you people who have some words about him.
Good teacher. He's the one Math teacher at QHS that I have really been able to learn from. Yea, he yells sometimes, but get over it.
He has a bad temper, and he's not an altogether fun teacher, but you DO learn a lot in his class...but mainly because you're SCARED into learning it.
Mr Curto is a selfish, little man. He gets his self esteem from belittling high school students.
had a different method of teaching, sometimes it worked
He has his moments of harshness but he can be cool when he wants, the work it pretty easy and this is coming from a D student. He's good to go to for help
um mr. curto...ur wayyy too loud and really picky!! ur too neat and boring and idk u might be able to retain material but his grading system just sux!
You learn much; your ears hurt. He takes points off of tests for grammar...
Curto may be "mean" at times, but he is one of the best teachers there is. I learned everything in his class and still remember the material to this day.
He may be a pain, but it's all image. If he wasn't so harsh, students would not take him as seriously, nor retain as much material.
his name should be changed from Mr. Curto to General Curto