Mr. Kinitsky has been an educator for 32 years. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Arts and Sciences/Secondary Education from Kansas State Teacher's College, a Master of Science in Speech Pathology/Audiology from Long Island University, as well as a Master of Arts in Deaf Education from New York University. He is currently the transition/learning resources teacher at Heritage High School and will be responsible for teaching Career Pathways classes, and working with students to develop post-secondary employment/training/education plans. In addition, he often assists students in locating employment opportunities. He has been a cross country, basketball, and soccer coach, as well as a Community of Caring participant. Please feel free to contact Mr. Kinitsky at your convenience.
Career Pathways Class: The focus of this class is to present general information that may help students to develop career/life goals, practice job seeking/keeping skills, and to better understand many of the components that lead to personal independence.
Class schedule: A1 and B5 in Room L504 (first block each morning). Incomplete assignments may be handed in as homework.
Interested in developing a personal resume???? See how our transition team can help.
Office/hours: L504. Available to work with students 8-9am and 4-4:30pm
****College Bound Program coming in spring of 2013. Look for updates.