Meet the Teachers

 
Vasiliki Lagogiannis - Principal
Ms. Vasiliki Lagogiannis was born and raised in Peloponnese, Greece. She graduated from the University of Patras, Department of Education. Since moving to the US, she started as a teacher’s assistant at J. Henry Higgins Middle School, District of Peabody Public Schools, working with students in special education; she also taught Greek as a second language at St. Vasilios Greek School in Peabody, MA and at the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Ipswich MA. Vasiliki has been certified in professional training in SPED. In addition, she attends the MATSOL conferences (Massachusetts Association of Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages) every year. Currently, she is teaching English as a Second Language at the J. Henry Higgins Middle School, while pursuing her Masters Degree in Moderate Disabilities. Vasiliki is a dynamic and ambitious educator devoted to empowering the lives of her students, by sharing her acquired knowledge, talents and passion.

Georgia Nikolakakos – Teacher

Ms. Georgia Nikolakakos was born and raised on the island of Crete. She holds a degree in Accounting and Marketing from the First Institute of Vocational Training in Heraklion, Crete. During her studies she was working as an after school activity teacher in a private primary school for five years. Ms. Georgia moved to Boston, MA six years ago. During her staying here, she attended a private college where she got her second degree in Hospital Sterilization Technician. She had been a Greek Language Teacher for the pre-K class at the Annunciation Cathedral Greek School in Brookline, MA.

Eleni Giannakis - Teacher

Mrs. Eleni Giannakis was born in Chalkida, Greece. She lived and worked in Athens and since last year she moved to Boston with her family. Eleni studied philosophy, pedagogy and psychology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has worked for about seventeen years in the field of vocational training, coordinating and teaching in educational programs aiming to help foreigners who lived in Greece to learn the Greek language as well as Greek culture. In addition, she was tutoring Greek school students. Since moving to Boston, she has been working as a Greek- language teacher in Greek schools in the area.

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