HOMER-CENTER WINS CHALLENGE TO SUPPORT JESSIE'S DREAM TEAM
Picture: Mr. Joe Baker principal of Blairville sporting a H-C jersey
Picture: Mr. Tom Trunzo showing the H-C colors at Saltsburg HS
INDOOR PERCUSSION GOES NUCLEAR
WE WANT TO LEARN ABOUT YOUR BLOOD
FBLA...............MONEY IN A BUCKET
JOURNALISM............GET THE SCOOP
7TH GRADERS GIVE THEIR HEARTS TO LEARNING
HCF CHEERS GIRLS TEAM ON TO VICTORY
WANT TO EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS...BE A BOOKWORM
Students interested in becoming a Bookworm need to see Bookworm advisor, Mrs. Devivo
CAMO CHESS....HOMER-CENTER STYLE
All students are welcome to join Chess Club sponsored by Mr. Butler
Do you have what it takes to compete with the elite players at H-C?
HOMER-CENTER PARTNERS WITH LUTHER FORD FOR AFTER PROM FUNDRAISER
The fundraiser held in October raised $3500 for our after prom event
Picture: Karen Holby & Mario Luther from Luther Ford Lincoln
Principal Jody Rainey, Sydney Black, Maggie McLoughlin & Kristen Morrow
HOMER-CENTER HIGH SCHOOL PLAYS PING PONG FOR TEDDY BEAR CAMPAIGN
The senior high division champion was Matt Jones
The junior high boys division winner was Logan Dellafiora
The junior high girls division winner was Anna Overman
Picture: Jacob Vilcek does his best "You Will Shoot Your Eye Out Kid" impression at the ping pong tournament
PENNY WARS RAISE FUNDS FOR TEDDY BEAR CAMPAIGN
Students Evan Bellas and Jamie Rura are loading the van to take donations to the bank to determine the winning homeroom.
The Teddy Bear fund supports the Pediatric Care Unit at IRMC and Childrens Hospital
POLICE CHIEF LOU SACCO PRESENTS PROGRAM TO HEALTH STUDENTS
Chief Sacco presented a program on alcohol prevention.
H-C appreciates the many community partnerships that help extend our curriculum and provide valuable information to our students.
Picture: Chief Sacco poses with Mrs. Andrie's Health class
HOMER-CENTER ART STUDENTS CREATE SCULPTURES
The senior high art program provides students various mediums to express their creative skills
HOMER-CENTER MUSIC PROGRAMS BUILD CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
The students performed for a near capacity audience and spread lots of holiday cheer
Picture: Junior High Chorus performs at the Christmas concert.
HEALTH CAREERS RAISES CANCER AWARENESS & MONEY FOR BIRDIE'S CLOSET
The Club also sold t-shirts and raised nearly $400 for Birdie's Closet at IRMC Women's Imaging Center. Birdie's Closet provides free wigs, scars, make-up and other personal items for those fighting cancer.
Health Career Club Co-Advisor Mrs. Cindy Andrie presents check to Beverly Lydick of IRMC
HOMER-CENTER ART STUDENTS PAINT RENDA STUDIO WINDOWS FOR HOLIDAYS
Homer-Center Art students continued the tradition of painting the Renda Broadcast Studio windows for the holiday season.
The attached link is courtesy of Renda Broadcast and can be found on their web page.
Students participating under the direction of Art teacher Mr. Gary Wyant include Ann Arone, Megan Packer, Matt Jones, John Flores, Morgan Smith, And Joe Popovich
HOMER-CENTER STUDENTS ATTEND WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL CONFERENCE
The conference focus was "The Arab Awakening", and was attended by over 300 students in the tri state area.
Ms. Christina Bruno accompanied the students and the Indiana Rotary Club sponsored the trip.
HOMER-CENTER SCIENCE STUDENTS ATTEND ST. FRANCIS UNIVERSITY SCIENCE DAY
HC Science students pose for a picture with teacher Mrs. Brenda Viazanko priot to their trip
HOMER-CENTER & IUP PARTNER FOR ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS
Breanna Rossi, Taylor Bernat, and Garrett Omasta participate in a "review of characters" press conference under the watchful eye of an unidentified IUP student teacher candidate
HOMER-CENTER STUDENT COUNCIL CONTINUES "BASKET OF LOVE" TRADITION
In addition to collecting items members of the student council volunteer to stock the shelves to prepare for distribution to needy families
Row 1: Samantha Barna, John Metalla, Evan Bertig
Row 2: Amanda McCaulley, Noah Overman, Ryan Minniti, Logan Smyers, Ben Wolford,
Aaron Berzansky, Logan Dellafiora, and Advisor Lou Stepanik
HOMER-CENTER STUDENTS & STAFF HONOR OUR VETERANS
Students from both the elementary and high school read selections and perform musical selections in honor of our local veterans that attend as our special guests
Picture: Madison Smith, Jamie Rura and Alyson Walker playing their flutes during "America the Beautiful"
HOMER CENTER STUDENTS PERFORM MUSICAL "ANNIE GET YOUR GUN"
The show was directed by teachers Mr. Lou Stepanik, Ms. Joy Wilson & Mrs.Tammy Menk
INDEPENDENT COMPUTER STUDENTS MAKE ROBOTICS COME TO LIFE
TROUT IN THE CLASSROOM
Science teacher Mark Shopland's classes are participating in the Trout in the Classroom Program.
This program provides opportunities for students to observe the maturation process of trout from eggs, to hatching, development and release.
To learn more about the program and view the live H-C Trout Cam go to
Picture: Students sorting viable from non-viable eggs.
319 out of 375 were deemed viable