“No man is worthy to succeed until he is willing to fail.” A.W. Tozer
Scott’s hometown was in Silverton, OR. He become an Undergrad at the University of Montana; He received his Bachelors degree in Mathematics by the year of 1995 and got his Masters Degree at the George Fox University in 2008. He entered his administrative studies at the George Fox University in 2015. Scott played in the NFL for 11 Years, on the teams of the Giants, Niners, and Jets during the years of 1995-2005. He was a Silverton Math Teacher & Head Football Coach between 2006-2009. He was a University of Montana Assistant Football Coach between 2010-2014, Fort Benton (MT) MS/HS Principal from 2015-16. Scott is now a McNary Instructional Coach & Volunteer Assistant Football Coach. He’s been happily married to his wife, Toni for 21 years. His daughter, Anna who is 21, is a graduate of Silverton/Chemeketa/Carroll College. His son, Brian who is 16, is a Liberty University Volleyball Student-Athlete, a McNary Student, and Extracurricular Participant. Scott Enjoy’s Family Vacations and Active Sports.