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Danny Nguyen Earns Bronco 4 Ever Memorial Scholarship

Mustang Student Earns Bronco 4 Ever Memorial Scholarship

(Mustang, Oklahoma – May 21, 2019) – As with many things, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the awarding of the Bronco 4 Ever Scholarship to look a little different this year.  Instead of an assembly, Danny Nguyen, Mustang High School (MHS) senior, quietly accepted the Matthew George Scott IV Bronco 4 Ever Scholarship last week in a private ceremony.

Matthew George Scott IV was a 2012 graduate of Mustang High School and a proud member of the Mustang Broncos Basketball and Baseball teams. Matt was also an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a freshman at Oklahoma State University pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering when he was killed in a car accident on December 30, 2012.

After his death, Matt’s family established the Matthew George Scott Bronco 4 Ever Scholarship fund at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation to honor his memory. The scholarship benefits a graduating senior of Mustang High School pursuing post-secondary education.

“Matt was an outstanding young man in all aspects of his life and he is deeply missed by his family and multitudes of friends,” said Mustang Public School Chief Operations Officer (and former Bronco Basketball Coach), Alan Green.  “His legacy of excellence now lives on in the scholarship that his family has established.”

Pictured:  4133 - Lan Truong, Kathy Nguyen, Danny Nguyen, Stacey Scott, Callie Scott, Matt Scott

About Mustang Public Schools

The Mustang Public School District covers over 72 square miles in Oklahoma and Canadian counties with the City of Mustang at its center. The district is the largest employer in Canadian County, with more than 1,000 certified and support employees. Voted one of Oklahoma’s Top Workplaces for the past two years, the school district offers a comprehensive compensation package for full-time employees, in addition to a satisfying working environment. There are eight elementary schools (grades PreK-4), three intermediate centers (grades 5-6), three middle schools (grades 7-8), one high school (grades 9-12), and an educational center which houses pre-kindergarten and alternative education.

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