“I really enjoyed sitting down and talking with the students and teachers at Hope Institute to discuss the issues they are facing,” Scherer said. “The work this organization does on behalf of families with children who have special needs is nothing short of incredible. I am excited to form an active partnership with them going forward, to raise awareness of all of the good things happening at the school”
Scherer, who recently left the classroom after 30 years of teaching, was sworn in as a full-time state representative earlier this month. She is using her time away from the Capitol to meet with constituents, businesses leaders and community groups to help her make the voice of her district heard.
Scherer represents the 96th District, which includes parts of Christian, Macon and Sangamon counties. For more information, contact Scherer’s full-time constituent service office at StateRepSue@Gmail.com.