Sen. Deschambault invites local students to Augusta for Honorary Page program
With the Legislature set to reconvene in January, Sen. Susan Deschambault, D-Biddeford, is reminding local schools and students about the Senate Honorary Page program at the State House in Augusta.
The daylong program gives students a unique opportunity not only to observe the state’s legislative process, but to be a part of it. All students from third grade through high school are encouraged to participate.
“It’s so inspiring to see our young Mainers taking a day out of their busy lives to get firsthand knowledge of their state government,” said Sen. Deschambault. “This program is a great way to supplement students’ classroom civics lessons.”
Honorary pages help deliver messages, distribute documents within the Senate Chamber, interact with the senators and, most importantly, take part in a real-world, interactive legislative learning experience.
The Legislature will begin meeting on January 3 and is scheduled to end on April 18. Honorary pages are needed throughout the session, so scheduling is flexible.
For more information or to schedule a visit, contact Sen. Deschambault by phone at (207) 287-1515 or by at email@example.com.