Sometimes the traditional high school setting doesn't work out for teenagers, but there are alternatives so students can get a meaningful education. Thursday, they had a real world lesson.
The students at "IDEAL School" In Papillion-La Vista spent Halloween helping the homeless. A number of students handed out sandwiches and candy, then later played bingo with 150 people at the day shelter at the Siena Francis House.
Matthew Rodriguez said, "It's a good team effort and a way to help out the community. And really just a way to give back and work as a team."
The students brought in baked goods to donate as well.
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