Recipe for success: Love for cooking has turned Semaj Attaway from troubled student to master chef

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Semaj Attaway was around 6 years old the first time he got suspended from school.

His mother, Shequite Johnson, said she would frequently have to go get him and bring him home during the day because of his behavioral problems.

One day, while he was home serving a suspension, she was trying to cook cornbread.

 
 
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