Thank you, Molly Lieberman and Loop It Up Savannah, for your service! The Marie Backus McGaughey Award for Childhood philanthropy was established in 2015 to
February 28, 2019 - March 1, 2019
Caleb loves Football, edits Wikipedia pages and has the entire Interstate Highway system of the USA mapped in his brain; Caleb has autism.
When he was 13 years old, Caleb’s parents enrolled him in ADVANCE Academy at the Matthew Reardon Center for Autism because he was not learning, and to escape constant bullying by his classmates.
Caleb’s reading comprehension was on 2nd grade level and his math ability did not register when tested.
3 years later, Caleb’s reading comprehension was on 6.6 grade level and math ability was 3rd grade. He was a leader among his peers in his classroom, had friends, worked an after-school job and was technologically savvy.
At age 17, Caleb left MRCA and returned to Beach High School in Savannah, GA, where he is completing his high school education.
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