My name is Kenneth (Kenny) Driska, Jr. I earned my bachelor’s degree from The University of Mary Hardin – Baylor in 1994. I then continued my studies at Tarleton State University completing my Masters Degree in Educational Administration in 2006. I have also completed my superintendent certification at The University of Mary Hardin –Baylor in May 2009.
I have twenty-four years of educational experience serving as a classroom teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal, and CTE/Transportation Director all in the Rosebud-Lott and Cameron Independent School Districts. I was raised in the Westphalia community in west Falls County and graduated from Rosebud-Lott High School before attending The University of Mary Hardin – Baylor to continue my education where I was also a member of the Men’s Basketball team.
I believe strongly in teaching self-discipline, self-organization, and self-motivation. I believe that students should represent the school and community well, and that they deserve a quality education. I encourage all students to take part in extracurricular activities so that they become well rounded and diversified. I believe in supporting teachers as they along with the students are the heart and soul of a campus.
I have been selected to Who’s Who of America’s Teachers, has received a Golden Apple Award from KWTX-TV in Waco, have been selected as the District Coach of the Year while serving as head boys basketball coach, won the Class AA Division II State Football Championship in 2002, have been selected to coach in the Centex Basketball All-Star games, and am a past member of the University of Mary Hardin – Baylor’s Alumni Board of Directors.
My wife, Alushka, and Ihave been married for fourteen years (March 2004). Alushka is the principal at Rosebud-Lott Elementary in Rosebud-Lott ISD. We have two children who are their pride and joy and they love spending time with: a daughter Ainsley and a son Kelton.