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Learning Differences Conference 2013

Registration Information

Registration Dates & Venue:

New year registration continues until September 5th from 9:00 - 14:00.

New Students - Registration Procedures

  1. All new students who have not received an acceptance letter proceed to the check-in desk on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building to arrange to meet with the Admissions Office.
  2. If you already have your letter of acceptance, please report to the check-in desk on the 2nd floor floor of the Administration Building.
  3. Proceed to the:
    • Photo table at 2nd floor of the Administration Building to have your pictures taken for parent IDs if you have not done so in the past. Students entering the 6 th and 9 th grades must also take photos for student IDs;
    • Transportation Desk in the Conference Room to arrange for bus route for your child(ren);
    • Health Office Desk in the Conference Room for any needed updating of health files;
    • Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) table to get updated on events and participation, the Gefsinus cafeteria services table, Student Affairs "Houses" representative table, and the Incubator Project representative table;
  4. Visit with the Data Processor.
  5. Visit with appropriate school Counseling Office Personnel.
  6. Visit with the Cashier's Office (second floor of Administration Building) for payment of school fees.

Note: Middle School and Academy are in the Conference Room 2nd floor.
Elementary School Interviews and Data Controller are located on the first floor

Returning Students - Registration Procedures

(only those who have not finalized registration already)

The registration process will be as follows:

  1. Visit with the check-in desk on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building
    • Photo table at the Entrance of Conference room to have your pictures taken for parent IDs if you have not done so in the past. Students entering the 6 th and 9 th grades must also take photos for student IDs;
    • Transportation Desk in the Conference Room to arrange for bus route for your child(ren);
    • Health Office Desk in the Conference Room for any needed updating of health files;
    • Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) table to get updated on events and participation, the Gefsinus cafeteria services table, Student Affairs "Houses" representative tables, and Incubator Project representative table;
  2. Visit the Cashier's Office (second floor of Administration Building) for payment of school fees.

Note: Middle School and Academy are in the Conference Room 2nd floor.
Elementary School Interviews and Data Controller are located on the first floor


Purchase ACS Athens Notebooks For The 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

Purchase your school supplies for the year and show your school spirit. ACS Athens notebooks (in school colors of blue and gold and in three sizes) will be on sale beginning August 27th.

Notebooks can be purchased in a package of 3 (large, medium, and small) for € 6, or they may be purchased individually.

  • Small size: 17.5 cm x 24 cm, 90 pages, three sections € 1.50
  • Medium size: 20.5 cm x 26.5 cm, 100 pages, one section € 2.50
  • Large size: 21 cm x 29.5 cm, 160 pages, two sections € 3.50

 

NOTEBOOKS

The notebooks will be sold at the Cashier's Office.


Financial Responsibility Forms

Please review, fill out and sign the Financial Responsibility Statement (provided in English and in Greek)



Privacy and Personal Data Protection

Dear Parents,

As a responsible, forward-looking school, ACS Athens recognizes at senior levels, the need to comply with the GDPR and ensure that effective measures are in place to protect the personal data of our students, parents of students, employees and other stakeholders.

As part of meeting our legal obligations, a Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy is available in both paper and electronic form and will be communicated within the organization and to all relevant stakeholders and interested third parties.

Commitment to the delivery of Personal Data Protection extends to senior levels of the organization and will be demonstrated through the Personal Data Protection Program and the provision of appropriate resources to establish and develop effective technical and organizational measures to ensure appropriate security for personal data.

Top management will also ensure that a systematic review of performance of the program is conducted on a regular basis to ensure that objectives are being met and relevant issues are identified through the audit program and management processes.

A risk management approach and process will be used, which is line with the requirements and recommendations of the GDPR and relevant international standards such as ISO/IEC 27001.

Risk management will take place at several levels within the organization, including:

  • Assessment of risks to the achievement of our personal data protection objectives
  • Regular personal data protection risk assessments within specific operational areas
  • Assessment of risk as part of the change management process
  • At the project level as part of the management of significant change, including Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)

We would encourage all employees and other stakeholders in our schools to ensure that they play their part in complying with the GDPR at all times and in delivering our personal data protection objectives.

Yours sincerely,

Dr. Stefanos Gialamas
President

 

Please download, print and sign the consent form.