Dr. Hall holds an undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, a Master of Science Degree in Educational Technology from Ramapo University, and a Doctorate Degree in K-12 Educational Leadership from Saint Peters University. He began his career in education as a Biology and Forensic Science teacher at Columbia High School in Maplewood, NJ. He served in administrative positions in Readington Township Public Schools as K-8 Supervisor of Math, Science, and Technology and in Bernards Township Public Schools as K-12 Supervisor of Science and Technology. In 2016, he joined the administrative team at Hunterdon Central. Dr. Hall enjoys working with staff to ensure an engaging science learning experience for each and every student.
Click to view:
Hunterdon Central's Science Department recognizes that science is a pervasive element in today’s society and that technology is one of its major driving forces. Because of this, the department's major focus is the scientific and technical literacy of Hunterdon Central's students.
Because the department is concerned both with scientific and technical literacy, the curriculum emphasizes both theoretical and applied science. Teachers and students are encouraged to study the fundamental laws of nature, to be involved in extensive laboratory activities and to become aware of the latest educational and scientific technologies.
In scientific and technical endeavors, there is a need for collaboration with scientists, technicians and citizens. Therefore, teachers and students are encouraged to collaborate in science activities both within the scientific community and throughout New Jersey.
All science courses in the department include a laboratory component, and strive to develop both cognitive and affective skills in each learner, as well as an awareness of the impact of science and technology on the learner’s current and future environment.
DEPARTMENT COURSE OFFERINGS:
Click to view:
Science Courses in the Program of Studies
Click on the link; the curriculum documents will download to your computer. Click to view.