CHS Earns Jennings Randolph Award

Pictured from left: Regional Coordinator of Inspire WV Hilary Kinney, Secretary of State Mac Warner, Principal Jack Cain, Cole Quigley and Marshall County Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Crook.

During an assembly held on Monday, the announcement was made that Cameron High School has been designated as a West Virginia Jennings Randolph School.

This accolade is given in recognition of the fact all eligible students of the school have been registered as voters in the state. The award was started in honor of Senator Jennings Randolph’s determination to get young citizens involved in the voting process.

Senior class member Cole Quigley, under the guidance of History teacher Scott Holt and Inspire WV Regional Coordinator Hilary Kinney, organized the project to help students with the registration process.

The award was presented to the student body by West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner.