INDIANAPOLIS -- Students, friends and people from across the state are remembering Susan Jordan.
The principal of Amy Beverland Elementary was killed in a bus crash at the school Tuesday afternoon.
Jordan had served as principal for 22 years.
There was a prayer service in memory of Jordan on Wednesday at St. Simon the Apostle School. You can watch reaction from people who attended the service in the media player above.
A prayer vigil was held Wednesday evening at Amy Beverland.
And there were also services Wednesday night at the Castleton United Methodist Church at 71st Street and Shadeland Avenue and the New Revelation Christian Church at 6701 Oaklandon Road.
Services for Mrs. Jordan will be held at St. Luke's Methodist at 86th & Meridian Streets. Viewing will be Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Her funeral is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Karen & I stopped by Amy Beverland Elementary. Please keep the students, faculty & entire community in your prayers pic.twitter.com/HVB7e9HFvm— Governor Mike Pence (@GovPenceIN) January 27, 2016
He also ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff at state facilities in Marion County and Vanderburgh County from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, January 30, to honor Jordan.
"All of Indiana mourns the loss of Principal Susan Jordan," Pence said.
"She was here every day. Never missed a day of work. Just a phenomenal individual," he added.
Today we figure out how to go on -- Amy Beverland Strong.— AmyBeverland Com (@amybeverlandcom) January 27, 2016
A video posted in May on the school's Youtube channel shows just how phenomenal her students thought she was. The video featured dozens of students thanking Jordan for her work.
For anybody looking to send flowers, the school asks that they donate a book to the library or another library in the district instead.
The lasting impact she made on students was also made clear by the numerous social media posts about her.
"So sad to hear of the passing of a great principal. I will never forget the impact Mrs. Jordan had on our lives at Amy Beverland," one person tweeted.
Another added, "There wasn't a finer human being on this earth who touched thousands of lives and shaped futures of so many young people like Susan Jordan."
Praying for everyone at Amy Beverland, and rest in peace Mrs. Jordan🙏🏼— lexa (@alexaharris2002) January 26, 2016
Susan Jordan as well as her family in my prayers tonight. Honorable woman she was. Thank you for everything you did for our township.— ▲ (@quinngeiger) January 26, 2016
I cannot believe that my elementary school principal at Amy Beverland, Mrs. Susan Jordan died today, from a bus crash. She will be missed.— Justin Smith (@CaptainSmitty01) January 26, 2016
There wasn't a finer human being on this Earth who touched thousands of lives and shaped futures of so many young people like Susan Jordan.— Real Estate Ryan (@CoachThie) January 26, 2016
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