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 (hōm′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
A school classroom to which a group of pupils of the same grade are required to report each day.


(ˈhəʊmˌruːm; -ˌrʊm)
1. (Education) a room in a school used by a particular group of students as a base for registration, notices, etc
2. (Education) a group of students who use the same room as a base in school


or home′ room`,

a classroom in which a group of pupils in the same grade meet at the beginning of the day.
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Noun1.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
classroom, schoolroom - a room in a school where lessons take place
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Guest speakers spoke to the 34 homerooms about topics including World War II, the importance of education, the Depression, travel experiences, historic courthouse documents, today's current issues as they compare to years past, the 15-40 connection, immigration experiences and how much Shrewsbury has changed.
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Some schools have no homerooms at all, while in others students stay in the same homeroom under the same advisor for all four years and meet for 10 to 15 minutes every day.
In a little more than three weeks, student homerooms competed to amass the highest number of donations.