Beyond Classrooms Kingston Program Coordinator Appointed

For Immediate Release
The Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries and Historic Sites, and Beyond Classrooms Kingston, are pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Karla Tynski as Program Coordinator for Beyond Classrooms, effective 3rd of February, 2016.
Ms Tynski is a certified K-8 teacher, who most recently worked for the Simcoe County District School Board. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Education, Queen’s University, Kingston, and St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB.

In addition to her teaching experience in Canada, Ms Tynski also taught in South Korea and China. She gained additional experience in a non-traditional teaching environment through developing educational content and software, for a technology firm specializing in experiential learning.
Beyond Classrooms Kingston Board President Ann Blake, welcomed Ms Tynski as the program’s first paid employee. “We are delighted to have Karla join us, and look forward to the opportunity to solidify and expand our program. We are grateful to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for Grow grant funding which makes this position possible.”
Ms Tynski will be based at the Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries and Historic Sites’ office, Sydenham Street United Church Hall. In addition to assuming responsibility for delivering the four remaining weeks of programming in April and May, Karla will begin planning for the 2016-17 school year. Teacher applications are
expected to be available in mid April.
For further information, please contact Ann Blake at info@beyondclassrooms.ca, or at 613 483-1924. Ms Tynski may be reached at KTynski@beyondclassrooms.ca, and at 613 484-1874. Information about the Beyond Classrooms Kingston program is available on their website: www.beyondclassrooms.ca.