By Rep. RICK WEST
This week provided a bit of a rough go for students at Cameron High School. Tuesday night, the school caught fire, devastating most of the building. Despite the brave firefighters’ quick response, the gym and the high school are mostly gutted.
Thankfully, our community did what it does best and banded together to help out Cameron High. Parents have already stepped up to donate curriculum materials, school supplies and other necessities. The people at Kiamichi Technology Center have lent their support as well. Between the generous spirit of the community and the additional classrooms available on Cameron’s campus, the superintendent believes students could be back in class by the end of this week.
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