Public can vote for Cherokee High School student finalists in ‘Protect Me With 3+’ immunization awareness contest


Several students from Cherokee High School have been chosen as the finalists in the Protect Me With 3+ immunization awareness contest.

Protect Me With 3+ empowers middle school and high school students to create posters and videos, offering prizes for first, second and third place. Among the entries, 10 finalists have been announced and it’s now up to the public to decide who the top three winners in each category.

The creative works of 10 finalists — five middle school and five high school students — are being displayed for public voting and individuals can vote every day until the ballot is closed on February 11, 11:59 p.m. EST. The top three posters and videos (and their respective creators) will be acknowledged at an awards ceremony on February 12.

You can learn more about Protect Me With 3+ and vote at