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7th & 9th Primary Schools of Eleftherio
     
 

Some information about our Schools

....Our Schools belong to the 2nd Office of B Department of Primary Education Authority of Thessaloniki. They are both sheltered in the same building which is located in Melina Merkouri Street in the Municipality of Eleftherio-Kordelio. Telephone number: 0310 766086, FAX: 0310 758584.

....The 7th Primary School of Eleftherio-Kordelio was established in 1985 and initially it had six classes. However, in the near future, due to the increasing number of pupils there weren't several classrooms for all pupils and the school had morning as well as afternoon classes. During the school term 1990-1991 the school had 16 classes and in 1991-1992 the 7th School was split into two schools, the 7th and 8th Primary Schools of Eleftherio-Kordelio.
7th Primary School

....The two schools initially coexisted in the same building using also as classrooms the rooms of a nearby building of the Municipality. Later on the 8th Primary School acquired its own building and the 7th School had twelve classes (six classes in the morning and six classes in the afternoon) until 1999-2000 when the school was split again into two Schools the 7th and the 9th Primary Schools consisting of six classes each.

..Since 2000-2001 the 7th Primary School has been separated into two different schools, the 7th and 9th Primary School of Eleftherio-Kordelio, coexisting until the 9th Primary School acquires its own building. Thus, all activities in both schools are held in common and the school websites have common topics.
....Our School has got six classrooms, a computer and projection classroom which is also used as a library and a big classroom on the basement used for various activities as well as for gymnastics.

....In the 7th Primary School there are 8 teachers and more than 100 pupils.
....In the 9th Primary School there are 8 teachers and more than 120 pupils.
 
     
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