Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) recently welcomed student pages to the Statehouse.
As House pages, these students toured the governor’s office, the House and Senate chambers, and the Indiana Supreme Court. They also helped staff with their daily tasks and met with Jordan to learn more about the legislative process:
- Jaden Chamberlin, from Walkerton, attends John Glenn High School;
- Anja Houin, from Plymouth, attends Plymouth High School;
- Adrian Schouten, from Rochester, attends Culver Community High School;
- Dryden Vance, from Rochester, attends Rochester Community High School; and
- Maya Vermillion, from Walkerton, attends John Glenn High School.
“The Page Program offers a unique opportunity for young Hoosiers to learn more about our state government,” Jordan said. “It gives them a front-row seat to all the action at the Statehouse and connects them with local lawmakers.”
Students between the ages of 13 to 18 who are interested in paging during the 2020 session can learn more at www.indianahouserepublicans.com/pageprogram. Participants receive an excused absence from school and groups can request to page together.