Princeton Elementary School has dedicated a section of its media center to Kameron Dunmore, a second-grader who died earlier this year after being struck by a vehicle in a school crosswalk.
“Kameron’s Corner” now boasts a portrait of Kameron, 7. A plaque mounted on the wall notes how he approached life with “a zest and zeal for learning.” Students at the school also have renamed their book club in his memory because he was an avid reader and member.
Kameron was struck in front of Princeton Elementary on South DeShon Road on Feb. 2.
He was in a marked crosswalk with a crossing guard who had carried a stop sign into the street.
A Snellville woman, Shirley Rita Ogilvie, faces misdemeanor charges in the death, including vehicular homicide and violating crosswalk and traffic signal rules.
Online court records show the case has been turned over to the solicitor general’s office.
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