Obviously, it’s a blessing to add a coach with such a wealth of experience and knowledge. However, it’s even better to add a person who has shown the ability to encourage, inspire and help others.
Plano, Texas (PRWEB) October 10, 2017
John Paul II High School in Plano, Texas is pleased to announce Jeff Jackson as the Track & Field Coach for the 2017-2018 season.
Coach Jackson was hired as the Track & Field Coach due to his outstanding track record. While he has spent the last fifteen years as a math teacher who also coached track, soccer, cross country and football, Jackson’s experience stems back to his own high school experience.
Jackson's athletic accomplishments started in high school when he won the Texas State championship (1992) in the 110m hurdles, US Jr. National Title in both 110m and 400m hurdles and the Jr. Pan Am title in the 110m hurdle.
Coach Jackson then went on to run for Baylor University where he still holds the record in the 110m hurdle. Baylor University honored Jackson with a school Hall of Fame designation this past year.
John Paul II High School’s athletic Director, Kent Turner, discussed the excitement level of adding Coach Jackson to the family saying, “Obviously, it’s a blessing to add a coach with such a wealth of experience and knowledge. However, it’s even better to add a person who has shown the ability to encourage, inspire and help others.”
To learn more about the addition of Jackson and other news throughout the 2017-2018 school year, visit http://www.johnpauliihs.org/johnpaul/
About John Paull II High School: John Paul II High School is a private Roman Catholic college preparatory high school in Plano, Texas. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas. Their building is over 300,000 square feet and it can accommodate 1,200 students. JPIIHS fields 14 athletic teams who compete in local, regional and state competitions. The school is committed to their student athletes and preparing well-rounded individuals for the next stage of their lives.