The St. Joseph the Worker community holds a very special place in Mr. Kruska’s heart. This is where he started his career in Catholic Education in 2000 with Sr. Barbara Joseph Wilson. At St. Joseph the Worker School, he has taught all grades from Kindergarten through eighth grade. After moving from St. Joseph the Worker School to Bishop Alemany High School, Mr. Kruska coached and taught in the religion, mathematics, and social studies departments. He also served the Alemany Community as the Director of Alumni and Public Relations and was a founding member of a very successful Marketing and Outreach Team, which lead to Mr. Kruska serving as principal of St. Catherine of Siena School in Reseda. Catholic education is a very important to Mr. Kruska and his family. Mrs. Kruska is the principal at St. Bernardine of Siena School. He is passionate about challenging students academically and spiritually in the St. Joseph the Worker Community.