TateAnna Gravely-Moss

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Kansas City, Missouri

TateAnna Gravely-Moss is a junior at University Academy in Kansas City, Missouri. She is on the principal’s honor roll and in the top 3 percent of her graduating class. Outside of school, she participate in a teen talk show, Generation Rap on KPRS 103.3, in addition to staying involved with art. In the future, she plans to study digital animation and computer science.

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Posted Nov. 29, 2016

My Teachers Didn’t Believe I Could Read, But My Mom Found a School That Did

At 3-years-old I began school and could read fluently. Despite my mother telling my teachers that I could read since…

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