About James Padlock
In 1991, James Padlock was inducted into the Kenosha Unified School District Athletic Hall of Fame, and in 2005, he was recognized by the COE College Hall of Fame as a member of the “Decade of Champions – 1970’s.” These are but two feats that James achieved through his contributions to his schools in the field of athletics (Tremper High School and COE College, specifically in football and track.
His career experience spans 30 years in the field of Education. He is an accomplished educator, administrator, and coach with an extensive background in classroom teaching, which includes developing and presenting differentiated lessons within multiple grade levels and subject areas.
In the field of athletics, James Padlock served as Athletic Director for Wilmot Union High School from 1999 to 2013. He also held the positions of Varsity Football DL Coach, Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach, and Varsity Football OL Coach, among many others.
Throughout his career, James Padlock has received numerous awards and recognition both as a coach and educator. Today, he works as a special education teacher and coach for Northside High School in Roanoke, Virginia; positions he’s held since 2016.
He has exceptional skills in presentation, leadership, and communication.
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