homeroom

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n homeroom a classroom in which all students in a particular grade (or in a division of a grade) meet at certain times under the supervision of a teacher who takes attendance and does other administrative business
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Usage


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This time, students will wait in homeroom on Nov 14 for report cards to be distributed.
How to charm your homeroom teacher.
You might think that your homeroom teacher isn't all that important 'cause after all, you only see him or her for a little bit each week.
Brighten up homeroom this fall with cool colored jeans.
Home-Style Thai at Homeroom Racing Cafe.
He and his eighth-grade homeroom classmates pose with a slide projector as part of the yearbook's theme of "Nostalgia".
He and his eighth-grade homeroom classmates pose with a slide projector as part of the yearbook's theme of "Nostalgia.".
Though located on Park Street, what the Homeroom Racing Café offers isn't only an Alameda endeavor.
Students may bring in pet food to their homeroom classes.
Music / Post No Bills Homeroom's latest class: intro to jazz legend Sun Ra.
MacLeod's homeroom class has partnered with area seniors to form positive relationships by highlighting their similarities and striking parallels between elder abuse and teen bullying.
When she arrived, her homeroom students, Central High School Class of 1943, were ready to jump out and sing "Happy Birthday".
Students have already conquered the first half of the third nine weeks, and interims will be handed out to students in their homeroom classes today.
Every Thursday before 7 am, Trent Strauch buys four dozen doughnuts — all glazed, to prevent arguments — for the eighth graders in his homeroom class.
Yesterday in homeroom, I was playing this math game that my crush and I play.
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