In the award ceremony
held on Wednesday 29 May 2019 in the Press Room of the Ministry of Digital Policy,
Telecommunications & Information was awarded a distinction to the participation
of our school in the Panhellenic Competition of Audiovisual and Digital
Creation “Your history is your town’s history” for students of the Secondary
Education of the Greek schools in Greece and abroad.
The digital short
historical documentary entitled “From Smyrna to Nea Smyrni: Important buildings
in their intellectual, religious and cultural tradition” was created by the B2
class of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna, under the supervision of the
English teacher Mrs. Eirini Arnaouti and the History teacher Mr. Georgios
In this school year’s Hellenic Parliament project participated 23 students
of the A’ and B’ Class of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna. After an
election realized among the students, Adolescent Member of the Parliament from
May 2019 until May 2020 was elected the A’ Class student Aggeliki
Charalampopoulou and Substitute Adolescent Member of the Parliament was elected
the A’ Class student Michail-Athanasios Peppas. One of the two will represent our
school in this year’s congregation, which will be organized by the Hellenic
Parliament Foundation on 2-6 September 2019, and she/he will have the chance to
present in the plenary of the Adolescent Members of the Parliament the
proceedings of our project and will participate in the teamwork activities in
the Hellenic Parliament. The school congratulates both students and wishes them
good luck in their duties.
The Greek Statistics Authority awarded a prize to the best teams that participated in the Statistics Competition 2019. The team of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna, consisting of D. Emmanouil, I. Mentis and E. Panagiotakis, thanks to doing professional work, took the 3rd place and won the bronze medal on a Panhellenic level in the High School category.
The digitalshort historical
documentary, created by the B2 class of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna,
under the guidance of their teachers Dr. Eirini Arnaouti, English teacher, and
Mr. Georgios Thodis, Greek Language and Literature teacher, was distinguished
in the Panhellenic Student Competition of Digital Creation “Your history is
your town’s history”.
The documentary deals with the history of three important buildings in the history of Nea Smyrni, Evangeliki School, St. Foteini Cathedral and the Cultural Centre of Nea Smyrni, and it is entitled “From Smyrna to Nea Smyrni: Important buildings in their intellectual, religious and cultural tradition”. You can watch the documentary with English subtitles here.
The award ceremony
will be held on the 29th May 2019 in the Press Room of the Ministry
of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information at 11:00.
Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna took the 3rd place in the 2nd Panhellenic Statistics Competition organized by the Greek Statistics Authority. The participating students were Dimitrios Emmanouil, Ioannis Mentis and Evangelos Panagiotakis under the supervision of our school mathematician Mr. Sotirios Chasapis. 356 teams from 98 schools from all over the country participated. The awards are won by the 5 first teams of Secondary School students and the 5 first teams of Comprehensive and Vocational High School students. The award ceremony will be held on Friday 24 May 2019 at 12:30 in the Greek Statistics Authority headquarters in Piraeus.
Congratulations to the Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna Robotics Club students who got the 1st place in the CanSat in Greece competition and will represent Greece in the European CanSat Competition of the European Space Agency (ESA)!
This competition is the preliminary of the corresponding European Competition of the European Space Agency (ESA) and it is very demanding due to the complexity of the project and to the strict requirements, demanding a lot of intermediary reports and trials.
For those not familiar with CanSat (Satellite in a Can), it is a high standard competition posing as a main challenge for the student teams to manage to fit all the necessary systems for a satellite, such as the sensors and the communication system, in a very small space, not bigger than a refreshment can. The satellite blasts off to the height of about a kilometer and makes various measurements, such as temperature, pressure, magnetic field tension, and transmits them through radio waves to the base. In the end, it must land with safety, being equipped with a parachute.
In the framework of the European Project «Open Schools for Open Societies» where our school participates, with coordinator the Mathematician Ms. Argyri Panagiota, the learning scenario entitled «Sustainable development guide for protection of the environment» opens the doors of our school to real problems.
take on the role of a «citizen science» member and they explore many
different aspects of the phenomenon of climate change from real data
(meteorology, pollutants). They focus on proposing how to reduce carbon dioxide
emissions with specific solutions (diet, transport, alternative power plants,
etc.). In this context, priority is given to gender equality in role-taking,
co-operative games and debates on ethical issues arising from biotechnology.
Open access to the works in the digital community of our school:
Students of A1 class of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna with supervisor the Mathematician Ms. Argyri Panagiota succeeded in highlighting the value and role of mathematics through their connection to the world of Art, but also to everyday life itself. Our students have become authors and solvers of mathematical problems, mathematical story makers, designers of three-dimensional digital objects framed by mathematical problems, and finally, their original arts transfer the mathematical knowledge of the curriculum in a particularly innovative way.
The starting point has been the educational visit to the mathematics exhibition
«Everything Is Number», where the beauty of paintings is the subject
of study of geometric concepts and problems.
Our students presented their work on Saturday 13/4 at the Mathematical
Symposium, organized by and held under the coordination of the mathematical
leaders of the Primary and Secondary Education of Attica.
The mathematical celebration opens communication and collaboration paths with students and teachers from other schools.
The mathematical celebration continues with STEM Discovery Week