I’m putting together an intergenerational sociology experiment using Perkins High School and Sandusky High School’s sociology classroom.
The entire experiment is five days long. It takes place at Perkins High School the week of April 27 through May 1 and at Sandusky High School May 4-8.
The hypothesis is that if each participant spends time interacting with each other, they will find they have a lot in common and begin bridging the generation(s) gap between the age groups.
So if you are age 60 or better, and I’ve captured your interest, please consider participating.
I am looking for some senior citizens to play Texas Hold’em poker, Euchre, Yatzee or checkers.
Keep I mind that knowing how to play does not mean you have to be good at these games. You don’t! I need all skill levels.
Here’s what I need: On April 30 I need two poker players, six checkers players or five Wii players, and five Yatzee players.
On May 4 at Sandusky High School, I need fewer people, but the same games.
Sandusky High School has one sociology class and it’s from 11:15 a.m. to 12:08 p.m.
Call me at 419-624-1856 and let me know if I can sign you up for the 7:45 a.m. class, the 9:25 a.m. class or the 1:05 p.m. class.
Better yet, tell me you want to participate in all three classes.
Trust me, you'll have fun with this.
I look forward to hearing from you!