Today, on Thursday 26/11/2020, five (05) C’ Class students of our High School are representing our school in the European Contest of Young Translators ‘Juvenes Translatores 2020’, which is organised by the Translation Department of the European Commission. The participants are (in alphabetical order):
Angelopoulos Dionysios (C1)
Veli Danae (C1)
Dafermou Maria (C1)
Delliou Alexandra (C1)
Tsomokos Dimitrios (C3)
This year the participation in the context is realised from the participants’ houses due to the pandemic, and the participants are supervised by the school English teacher, Dr. Eirini Arnaouti, via Webex. Dr. Arnaouti has been in charge of the students’ preparation for the contest and of the contest realisation in our school.
We wish good luck to our student-participants!
Today we had the chance, teachers and students of our High School, to go on a virtual tour around the European Molecular Biology Laboratory – EMBL of Haidelberg, organised by the EMBL ELLS! The virtual tour included the history of EMBL, 2 speeches on the life of a researcher and a technician in the EMBL, as well as a speech regarding the mini organs and how they are used so that we learn more about the cancer cells’ biology. In total, the tour was extremely interesting and offered us a window to the word in this hard time of the lockdown! I wish to thank the organisers for their hosting as well as our student group for their active participation.
Dr. Christodoulos Makedonas, Chemistry teacher
The C’ Class students Anna-Margarita Drimi and Maria Fefe were distinguished in the 8th Panhellenic Literature Competition of Short Stories in the memory of Kaiti Laskaridou 2019-2020, held in the Greek language. Anna-Margarita Drimi participated with her short story entitled “Arthur, the teddy bear” and Maria Fefe with her short story “Thoughts of a child”.
This competition addresses students of the secondary education and in our school the Greek Language and Literature teachers responsible for the students’ participation in it were Mr. Georgios Thodis and Mrs. Maria Papadopoulou.
On Friday 13/11/2020 the Greek student- and teacher-participants of the Erasmus+ KA229 project entitled “Playing Europe” voted for the logo that will represent our school in the final project logo competition. The voting poll was conducted online, on the Mentimeter platform. You can see the candidate logos, all creations of our student-participants, the voting poll result, and the winning logo, in the PowerPoint presentation that follows.
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The students are also working on their video presentation of our school, Evangeliki Model School of Smyrna, and its history, in the form of a Treasure Hunt game. Here is a sneak preview of the short film that will follow soon!
Congratulations to our C1 class students Vasiliki-Christina Zioga and Georgia-Theodora Zora and to our alumna Chionia Panagaki, as well as to our school English teacher Mrs. Eirini Arnaouti and to our school Greek Language and Literature teacher Mr. Georgios Thodis for being awarded a prize by the Cultural Centre of Nea Smyri for their historical documentary entitled “Remembrance”. The documentary was created within the framework of the student video competition organised by the Cultural Centre on the topic “Asia Minor, Ave!”, which was realised during the school year 2019-2020. You can watch the documentary in the Greek language here.
Today, on Thursday 5 November 2020, the award ceremony was held in the premises of the Cultural Centre of Nea Smyrni in a limited cycle and with the required measures against Covid-19.
Here are attached the students’ awards and photographs from the ceremony.
The preliminary competition of young translators was held in our school for the selection of the five candidates that will represent our school in the competition of young translators (Juvenes Translatores) 2020 organised by the European Commission.
This year our school had the chance to be chosen by lot among the 21 Greek schools, whose students born in 2003 will represent our country in the yearly European competition of young translators (Juvenes Translatores) 2020, which is organised by the European Commission and will take place on 26 November 2020. Our school’s participation in the competition is organised by the English teacher, Dr. Eirini Arnaouti.
We wish all the candidates good luck!
We congratulate our student Tzelepis Konstantinos-Iakovos on his distinction in the 1st Panhellenic Student Competition of Economics 2020.
Congratulations to our students Vasiliki-Christina Zioga and Theodora Zora, to our alumna Chionia Panagaki and to our teachers Dr. Eirini Arnaouti and Mr. Georgios Thodis for being awarded a prize by the Cultural Centre of Nea Smyrni for their documentary entitled “Remembrance”.
Our school headmaster Dr.Christos Fanidis and our school teachers Dr. Eirini Arnaouti with Mr. Georgios Thodis and Dr.Chrysi Aggelidou with Mrs. Christina Papadaki participated with presentations in the 6th International Conference for the Promotion of Educational Innovation organised by EEPEK academic association. The conference was realised online on 16-18 October 2020.
The title of the headmaster Dr.Christos Fanidis’ presentation was “Students discover Mathematics, Physics, Informatics and develop technical skills through the CanSat project of space robotics” and was based on the work of the school Robotics Club’s participants that have been distinguished in the CanSat space robotics competition in the last few years. His online presentation is available on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVlUibUL-Js&feature=youtu.be.
The title of Dr.Eirini Arnaouti and Mr.Georgios Thodis’ presentation was “Creating a digital archive and a digital documentary in an inter-disciplinary project of the High School”, which was the result of a project realised with students of the high school of Evangeliki during the school year 2018-2019. The results of the project were also sent to the 1st Greek Educational RadioTelevision competition “Your history, is your town’s history” for the High School category, where they won a Distinction. Their online presentation is available on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCU_50hhXk0&feature=youtu.be.
The title of Dr.Chrysi Aggelidou and Mrs.Christina Papadaki’s presentation was “Miro through the microscope” and was based on an inter-disciplinary project realised with students of the secondary school of Evangeliki during the school year 2018-2019. Their online presentation is available on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK36arMIe3I&feature=youtu.be .
Our school team Orion II won the 1st place in the CanSat (Satellite in a Can) 2019 – 2020 competition with their structure called Betelgeuse.
The presentation of their work was made by the students: Angelopoulos Dionysios, Veli Danae, Bariampa Richard, Kritharidis Konstantinos (ex-student of our school and current student of Pierce College) and Kaltsis Georgios from the 3rd High School of Nea Smyrni. Congratulations to all the students!
We also wish to thank our alumnus Tsakonas Georgios, who helped us with a technical issue that appeared in the last minute.
Since the International CanSat Competition organised by the European Space Agency (ESA) was not held this year due to the pandemic, our team will represent Greece in the International Competition of 2020 – 2021.
Dear students, we wish you a successful launch!
The Headmaster and the Teachers’ Council