21 student laptops arrived on the 26th of March 2010 in order to be used by the children of the 6th grade. Their teacher Ourania Doula takes part in the project.
On the 26th of March. 27 student laptops arrived at the school of Kallithea. All the children 5th grade will receive one OLPC XO-1. Their teacher is Sotiris Stamboulidis. The rest of the laptops will be used experimentally by 4th grade students. Their teacher is George Kapsalakis.
The student laptops will arrive at the school after the Easter holidays in order to be used by the students of the sixth grade of the school. Their teachers are Vasso Nikolaou and Angelos Nikolopoulos.
Τhe Munting Nayon (Little Village in the Philippine language) was created by the Union of Filipino immigrants in Greece in the 1994. 7 OLPC XO-1 are used in the kindergarten of the school since March 2010.
27 OLPC have been given to the students of the 5th grade of the Primary School. The teacher Despoina Maltezou and Alekos Kaloxylos from the Peloponnese University take part in the project.
The 18 children of D1 class received their laptops – 1 for each child – on the 18th of March 2010. Their teacher is Sotiris Terzidis.
13 students of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade of the Primary School have been using the student laptops since the 10th of March 2010. Their teacher is Costas Pavlopoulos.
The 17 students of the 5th grade started using their student laptops on the 9th of March 2010. Their teacher is Abraham Triantafyllidis.
The 21 students of the 6th grade have begun working with the student laptops since the 9th of March 2010. Their teacher is Antonis Skellas.
The 21 students of the D1 class take part in the program. Their teacher is Giannis Poularakis.
The 20 students of 6th grade received their OLPC XO-1s on the 5th of March 2010. Their teacher is Grigoris Filippiadis.
The OLPC XO-1 are used by the 26 students of the fifth grade. The teachers Theano Matenoglou and Maria Antoniadou participate in the project.
The OLPC XO_1 are used by the 10 students of the 5th grade. The teachers Natasha Itskou and Grigoris Itskos participate in the project.
17 OLPC X0-1 are being used in the shelters of the NGO Arsis. One of the shelters unaccompanied children asylum seekers and the other one is for the temporary accommodation of battered and neglected minors.The two guest houses are in the buildings of the old orphanages of Oreokastro and they function with the support of the Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity and the National Centre of Social Solidarity.
The 11 students of the 5th grade of the primary school opened their laptops for the first time on the 19th of March 2010. Their teacher Kyriaki Synnefakopoulou takes part in the project.
The 22 students of the 5th grade received their OLPC XO-1 on the 16th March 2010. Their teacher is Costas Kyros.
The school functions in the campus of the Patrai University. The OLPC XO-1s are used by children of all grades. The teachers Tasos Droggitis and Foteini Mani take part in the project.
The OLPC X0-1s are used by 19 students of the day school. Their teacher is Andreas Kourlioros.
The 28 students of the secondary school received their student laptops on the 26th of March 2010. In this action take part the professors Eugenia Amaxidou and Giannis Houvardas.
The 28 children of the 4th, 5th and 6th grades of the primary school received the student laptops on the 10th March 2010. Their teacher is George Sygelakis.
16 students of one class of the 6th grade of the Primary School have been using the student laptops since the beginning of 2011. The OLPC XOs recently moved to Kozani from Agios Germanos along with their teacher Viky Tsorlini.
The 17 students of the 5th grade received their OLPC XO-1 on the 14th of March 2010. Their teacher is George Kyrou.
The 22 children of the 6th grade have been working with OLPC XO-1 since the October of 2010. Their teacher and collaborator is Giannis Kaskamanidis.
A class of the 3rd grade of the Sminthi School (20 students) has been working with the OLPC inside and outside the classroom since the September of 2009. The professors who take part in the program are Dionysia Psychogios (maths), Vassilis Rigas (informatics) and Vassiliki Aspioti (art).