Seguin superintendent to give portion of salary to scholarships

Dr. Matthew Gutierrez's gives back to students who want to be educators

Courtesy: Seguin ISD

Seguin, TX – The Seguin ISD superintendent is giving back to his students.

He announced on Facebook Monday that a portion of his salary increase would go towards $2,000 in scholarships for graduation seniors who want to become a Seguin ISD educator.

Gutierrez said in his post that he felt inspired the first few days of school and that it came to mind the many talents that the school holds within their classrooms.

Many on social media applauded his decision. 

After being inspired during the first few days of school, it came to mind the many talents that we hold within our...

Posted by Seguin ISD Superintendent Dr. Matthew Gutierrez on Monday, August 26, 2019


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