BONDUEL, Wis. — A day of learning for both students and senior citizens at Bonduel High School. With every scroll and click, seniors are learning something new.
"We're helping the senior elderly people set up Facebook accounts and Gmail" said eighth grader Mason Moore.
With a heavy breakfast, too, also served by the students.
"It's really helped us form a stronger bond," said Angela Wallender, civics and language arts teacher.
Students are learning a lesson as well, the importance of helping others in your own community.
"Its to bridge that generation gap," Wallender said. "And allow them to something they're phenomenal with, technology and teach the older generation."
Eighth grader Mason Moore, said he helps step by step
"How to set it up, how to friend people, and we also liked the Village of Bonduel so they get all the news," Moore explained.
One senior citizen says she's just grateful to be a part of this event, and said she has learned a lot.
For more information on how to be apart of this monthly Senior Breakfast, Click HERE.