Mike Seibert was a computer/business teacher in the Norwood City Schools for 30 years (He retired in 2007). While teaching, he created and taught many different courses, including Personal Computer Applications, Advanced Personal Computer Applications, Internet, Advanced Internet, COBOL, Web Design, Business Computer Applications, Computer Graphics, Advertising and Living on Your Own. He was also the Director of Educational Technology in our district for five years, responsible for hardware and software on the over 1000 computers we had in the district. He served as President of Norwood Teachers Association during his teaching tenure.
Mike designed several webpages for area businesses and organizations, including creating the original Norwood City School website in 1995.
Mike coached Volleyball at Norwood for 10 years. With the help of great athletes, he was able to win five league championships there. He also coached at Ursuline Academy for 9 years while still teaching at Norwood -- winning a state championship in 1993 and being state runner-up in 1995.
Mike was inducted into a few Hall of Fames: “ Norwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame, inducted in 2000”; “ the Southwest Ohio Volleyball Coaches Assn Hall of Fame, inducted in 2005” and a member of the “Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Hall of Fame, inducted in 2006”.
In retirement, he gave volleyball lessons, help coaches through clinics and he loved to travel.
In anything and everything Mike did or touched he did with the upmost respect, class and love.
Norwood is known as the “Gem” of the
Highlands and without a doubt Mike Seibert made “Norwood” shine with his love
and dedication he gave to this District as a teacher, a coach, a retiree and as