21 November 2013 Fiona Murray | P & C News | Community  

The first Citizenship Ceremony for the year was held on Thursday 11th April 2013 and attended by 120 new citizens and their families. Guest speaker for the evening was Australian novelist, playwright, author and 'Australian Living Treasure' Mr Thomas Keneally who incidentally was educated just around the corner at St Pats about 65 years ago?

Homebush Boys was represented by three very happy and helpful seniors, namely Prefects Serge Houhlias and Rowan Castro and SRC President Ayman Hill. They prepared and presented an array of mouthwatering dishes supplied by a wonderful volunteer group of parents. Without the support of parents at the school we would not be able to continue this fundraising venture which raises $2000 annually for the P & C to distribute throughout the school. Our thanks to all those parents who supply food or a monetary donation for the purchase of food and a big thank you to Prefect Coordinator Ms Jenelle Horiatopoulos for her continued support organising the student helpers and thank you to Laura Donahue in the school office who collects and safe guards the donations. We couldn't run this event  without these wonderful ladies.

If you would like to volunteer by supplying a plate of finger food or a monetary donation for the purchase of food, please call Laura on phone: 9764 3611 and leave your details. 

18 November 2013 Suzi Milovanovic | News | Extra-Curricular  

About 14,000 women across the nation are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.  

Homebush Boys High School continued on with its strong donation tradition as part of a Pink Ribbon fund-raiser and cancer awareness day.

Pink Ribbon Day is an annual event run by the Cancer Council which aims to raise funds and awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers.

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18 November 2013 Kyung-Ae Yu | Student Work | Year 08  

Year 8 students recently undertook a project to investigate different Korean Cuisine. 

The topic was The Most Delicious Food and the project involved the students creating a script and performing a role play. 

Here you can see some of their excellent productions.

YouTube Channel: Korean Cuisine - Playlist