Anne Arundel School Celebrates Mo Gaba Day – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Anne Arundel County Public Schools is remembering and remembering Mo Gaba, a Baltimore sports superfan whose outlook on life touched everyone who had the privilege of meeting him.

On Wednesday, the school district celebrated Mo Gaba Day on Mo’s 16th birthday.

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John Nash, principal of Lindale High School, Mo’s alma mater, said: “Mo is symbolic of even when the days are not so good, making the most of them.

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Mo loses a brave battle with cancer in 2020. Even at his sickest, he exudes positivity, perseverance, and a contagious smile.

“That spirit lives on in me and I’m sure it lives on in the many others who have worked with Mo,” said Trish Gunshore, who worked with Mo at Anne Arundel County Schools.

On this day each year, Lindale Middle awards a student who personifies Mo’s spirit with the “Mo Gaba Award.” This year, it belongs to Andrew Henn, Mo’s best friend since kindergarten.

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“The strength he got from Andrew was extraordinary and it was a privilege to be a part of it,” said Lynn Leitch, a teaching assistant who has worked with Mo for seven years.

Mo began calling 105.7 The Fan to share his passion for Baltimore sports with a local audience. His personality went unnoticed. In fact, he was elected to the Orioles Hall of Fame and made history in the NFL when he became the first person to announce a draft draft in Braille.

His school manager, Scott Edwards, said they were teaching Mo’s wisdom in the classroom.

“That young man challenged me every day to be a better version of myself,” Edwards said. “When I think about my children, I want the same values ​​that Mo has demonstrated to be the same values ​​they have.”

Mo’s values ​​have also been instilled in his friends.

Kendrick Taylor, 8th grader at Lindale Middle said: “Inspired me by never giving up. “So that’s why I play football because I never give up. Sometimes I’m playing for Mo”.

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Several other students were recognized with the “Mo Gaba Perseverance and Positivity” Award. These are students who make a positive impact in their school community, just like Mo did. Anne Arundel School Celebrates Mo Gaba Day – CBS Baltimore

Tom Vazquez

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