Lithgow High School's Year 12 was making the most of their last week at school, dressing up and selling their labour on Thursday, September 26 to raise funds for charity causes.
Stopping traffic in the name (and under the picture) of principal Ann Caro, the students asked for donations from traffic passing by.
Ms Caro was soon on the scene, ensuring motorists retained their hearing by "disappearing" some air horns which had been deployed.
Funds raised by students were donated to the local RSPCA branch.
This week was a last hurrah for Lithgow High School's Year 12 students, who will be in full study mode over the upcoming school holidays ahead of the HSC, which starts in October.
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