Get Coach Seibert his job back!

Get Coach Seibert his job back!

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Makayla Nelson started this petition to Elberta Highschool

We find it of imperative importance that you sign our petition to rightfully get Greg Seibert his job back. 


Since my first day at Elberta High in August of 2017, Greg Seibert has always been the coach with all of the answers. I have never witnessed him not intently working on a project to benefit either his students or his beloved football players; not to mention all of the outside school hours he has invested that I was not present for. Most individuals had experienced tough love at some point in their life, maybe that was Coach Seibert’s way of loving, or maybe not; nevertheless, if even an outsider like myself can see the devotion and care he embodied to his players, it is extremely unreasonable for any other person involved at Elberta High to not visualize that perspective. Coach Seibert built this program from the ground up, to take it away from him is honestly cruel. Sincerely, Makayla Nelson.


I have been a student at Elberta Middle, and now Elberta High School since the year 2013. Throughout my years as a student, I have had the opportunity to meet so many wonderful teachers who allowed me to better my education. However meeting Coach Seibert my Freshman year in 2017 was by far the highlight. From the first day to the last he put in as much effort in the classroom as he did the football field. He has invested so much into this school in such little time, which exhibits great dedication to the well being of the students. I see no reason to have the title of Athletic Director taken away from him when he has contributed so much in these past months. Sincerely, Baylen Gleason.


The following information was gathered per AL.com:  


Elberta High School’s first head football coach resigned Tuesday morning, November 5th, 2019.


Greg Seibert told AL.com that principal Branton Bailey asked for his resignation at 8:05 a.m. Tuesday and he complied.


“I was asked to step down or be fired,” Seibert told AL.com. “I chose to resign. I think that was the correct move in this situation.”


...Bailey said he would be looking for “the right fit for our program and philosophy and right fit for our children.” He said he planned to take his time going through the interview process. He hopes to start that after the holidays.

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