It is a great honour to invite you all to welcome our colleague's new book "ELIA". Mrs Stella Sorotou-Georgakopoulos is a distinguished educator, a talented person full of potentials and love for her work and children! "Elia", the new book, is a picture of a well rooted life facing the future with respect, optimism and maturity! It refers to whoever is young or feels young, to students, teachers, parents and most of all good readers. Let's embrace this event and encourage Mrs Sorotou-Georgakopoulos to this new stage of her career!
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We would like to inform you that the deadline for May 2017 applications for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek has been extended until the 26th of March 2017.
You can register online following the link below:
The Certificate of Attainment in Greek in SBS.
At the foothills of the famous Mount Olympus, the home of the ancient gods, and in the Ancient Theatre of Dion, the Directorate of High School Education in Pieria and its Innovative Actions Department organize every year the International Youth Meeting of Ancient Drama, Music and Athletics which is set under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, the Greek National Commission for UNESCO, the Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reform and the Ministry of Culture titled :
Theatre, Music and Athletic Games: «Ολύμπια εν Δίω» (Olympia in Dion)
The Games last for nine (9) days and take place the second half of September.
INFORMATION ABOUT PARTICIPATION
Schools, Universities and Informal groups that are interested in participating in “Olympia in Dion”
must send till 31th of March, 2017 the below:
By E- mail (email@example.com):
1) Application Form Schools/Universities/Informal groups
2) A video (2-3 minutes) from the rehearsals or the performance
3) 1 photo of the group with costumes
4) A word- doc file with the list of all participants (cast, music, costumes etc.)
5) A word- doc-file with a summary of the play (50 words)
Greek Independence Day, national holiday celebrated annually in Greece on March 25, commemorating the start of the War of Greek Independence in 1821. It coincides with the Greek Orthodox Church’s celebration of the Annunciation to the Theotokos, when the Archangel Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her that she would bear the son of God.
In celebration of Greek Independence Day, towns and villages throughout Greece hold a school flag parade, during which schoolchildren march in traditional Greek costume and carry Greek flags. There is also an armed forces parade in Athens.
Ἀπολυτίκιον Εὐαγγελισμοῦ-Apolytikion Annunciation.
Τη Υπερμάχω Στρατηγώ - To thee, the Champion Leader.
Educational resources here and here. Printable worksheets here and here.
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