Daily Bulletin



Friday, November 24th, 2017


Calendar events for November



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Primary School

Tuesday, November 28th, the 6th grade is visiting the Greek Parliament from 10:00 to 14:00.

Thursday, November 30th, the 3rd grade is visiting the “Ambersand Learning and Technology” from 9:30-13:00.




Parent’s Group Association is getting ready for this year’s Christmas Bazaar and once again they will feature their fantastic Christmas Baskets & Goodies Bag Raffle! A great chance to win an amazing themed basket of goodies! Basket themes have been chosen and Grades 7 – 12 are kindly asked to bring Stationary items. We hope that you will help with this collection and bring an item (or two!) to include as part of the themed Christmas Basket! A Collection box is available at Ms. Plakiotaki office. (Deadline Monday, December 4th)


a) We would like to Congratulate the ISA JV Girls Volleyball Team for bringing home the second place trophy and silver medal. The girls played three great games and showed excellent volleyball skills and outstanding teamwork throughout the tournament. Well done to all girls!!!! Ms. Piriohos-Coach

b) A big Bravo to the JV boys soccer team for their great performance at the local Tournament. They made it to the semi-finals and they played three games to their full potential. Well done boys. Coach L. Valvis

c) We are pleased to announce that ISA is hosting the JV Boys Volleyball Tournament at Zirinion Stadium on Tuesday November 28th all day. A list of our JV Boys team will be send via e-mail to all the teachers. We would like to invite all the teachers to come and cheer for our team. A schedule of the games will be posted outside the PHE board. Mr. Vradis-Coach


a) I would like to thank all the ISA CAS students for their great work at the Athens Classic Marathon. Our students demonstrated that they are great IB learners....they worked very nicely in their assigned areas, they dealt with problems in a very mature way and had a smile throughout the day. I hope it was a rewarding experience for all. Don't forget to reflect now..... Thank you, Ms. Piriohos-CAS Coordinator

b) A big Bravo to the eleven ISA student runners of the 5km race of the Marathon. They also raised money for Doctors without Borders. Well done to: Ioanna Karagianni, Anna Rigopoulou, Katerina Apostolou, Anya Day, Athena Balaska, Christina Fronista, Ekaterini Dellaroca, Myrto Hatzi, Nikos Xydias, Angelos Zoumis,Theo Mazis. You made me proud... thank you once more. Ms. Piriohos

3. Grades 4 to 7 have been participating in the International Word Competition 'Word Mania', and I am happy to announce that our students' superb word-crafting skills have earned our school a spot in Round 2! Please keep playing for a shot at the Final Round, November 22-24! Ms Sykioti

4. Come and enjoy the flavors from all over the world! Thursday November 30th, the seniors are having an International Food Day during morning break and lunch, for students, teachers and staff. The money collected will be for the senior prom. Volunteers check the sign-up list posted on the senior board next to the staircase. Senior advisors - Ms Voulgaris and Ms Sykioti

5. MYP Student Council Meeting The next MYP Student Council Meeting will take place on Thursday, November 30, at 10:15 am, in the Theatre. (Mr. Papatassos, MYP Student Council Advisor)

6. The next TAGS DAY will be Friday, December 1, WORLD AIDS DAY. Sponsored by the MYP Student Council, proceeds will go to ΚΕΝΤΡΟ ΖΩΗΣ. Tickets will be available for 1 euro during the week of November 27. Or you can pay 1 euro at the door! (Mr. Papatassos, MYP Student Council Advisor)

7. Friday, December 1st is AIDS Awareness Day. Our school is organizing a presentation on HIV/AIDS from the volunteers from Kentro Zois for the students of grades 11 and 12 during periods 5 and 6 (12.05-13.30 p.m.) in the theatre and for the students of grades 7-10 on periods 8 and 9 (2.15-2.45 p.m.). Students should be escorted to the theatre by their teachers. Thank you.

8. On Monday, December 4th the following students will visit the Spathareion Museum as part of their Greek Language and Literature course. Students will depart from school at 10.15 a.m. and will return at 1.30 p.m. Thank you, Ms. Kefallinou

Anagnostakis Iakovos

Balaskas Konstantinos

Bouzaranidis Hari

Gravanis Despina

Kassapantoniou Christina Ifigenia

Konstantinidis Konstantinos

Maniadakis George

Manou Eleni

Mathios-Rose Alex

Mathiou-Rose (Maya)

Mouratidis Eustathios

Moustos Angelos Panagiotis

Papatassos Thomas

Seferiadis Georgios

Tsatsis Valentini

Xenou Nikoletta

9. The Drama Department is organizing its third theatre outing of the year on Thursday December 7th. Once again we will be going to the Athens Megaron to watch a new comedy written by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman, "Young Marx".

Broadcast live from The Bridge Theatre, London, the production is directed by Nicholas Hytner and reunites the creative team behind Broadway and West End hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors.

1850, and Europe’s most feared terrorist is hiding in Dean Street, Soho. Broke, restless and horny, the thirty-two-year-old revolutionary is a frothing combination of intellectual brilliance, invective, satiric wit, and child-like emotional illiteracy.

Creditors, spies, rival revolutionary factions and prospective seducers of his beautiful wife all circle like vultures. His writing blocked, his marriage dying, his friend Engels in despair at his wasted genius, his only hope is a job on the railway.

But there’s still no one in the capital who can show you a better night on the piss than Karl Heinrich Marx.

The show starts at 21:00 so we will once again be meeting there at 20:30 with tickets in hand. Tickets are 8 euros for students and 15 euros for adults. Bring money to Mr. Burk by Monday December 4. You must make arrangements on how to get there and back home keeping in mind that the show will most likely finish close to midnight 23:30ish). A. Burk

10. On Monday, December 11th all students from grades 7-12 will have the unique opportunity to visit the Van Gogh exhibition in Megaron Mousikis. Please hand the permission slip along with the 8 Euros to Mr. Papatassos (grades 7-8) Ms. Kefallinou (grades 9-10) Ms. Karaoulani (grade 11) Ms. Sykioti (grade 12). Students will depart from school at 9.30 a.m. and return at around 1.30 p.m. Thank you.

11. On Thursday, December 14th there is going to be an extended assembly for all classes for Human Rights Day, organized by the Individuals and Societies Department.

12. Art 10, 11 and 12 will be visiting the NEON CITY PROJECT to see; A Puppet Sun by Kostis Velonis on Thursday, December 14. The students will be given a guided tour. Admission is free. Students will leave at 10.30 and return at 2pm. Bring a snack and workbooks with drawing materials with you. Ms Voulgaris

13. On Tuesday, December 19th during periods 1 & 2, the World Languages dept. in collaboration with Dr. Anna Kounadi and Ms. Loukia Kefallinou will be organizing a multicultural Christmas event in the ISA theatre! All MYP students will perform carols in different languages (Arabic, French, German, Greek and Spanish) and present some interesting and very special XMAS traditions from the celebration of the festive season in several countries of the world. All teachers and administration are cordially invited to attend! Thank you! The World Languages Department.

14. All students from grades 7-12 will have the great opportunity to watch Loving Vincent, the world's first fully painted feature film produced by Oscar- winning studios Breakthru Films and Trademark Films, on Friday, December 22nd 2017 in the school theater. They will have the unique opportunity to watch an exclusive screening of the movie about Van Gogh’s life, his paintings and the mystery surrounding his death. A wonderful addition to their visit to the Van Gogh Exhibition in Megaron Mousikis that will surely enrich their experience with all aspects of his artistic life.
All IB DP grade 11 and 12 students will be escorted by their teachers during periods 5 and 6 and all MYP students grade 7-10 will be escorted during periods 8 and 9.
Students need to bring the 6 euros for the screening to Mr. Papatassos (grades 7-8), to Ms. Kefallinou (grades 9-10), to Ms. Karaoulani (grade 11) and to Ms. Sykioti (grade 12) by Friday, December 8th.

15. Students that have ordered their annual photos they may come to pick them up from Ms. Kelly’s Bahlitzanaki office (main entrance).




Morning Break 10:10 – 10:30 Ms. Voulgaris

HS / MS Break 1:30 – 2:15 Ms. Bowen Daphne