submitted by James Victor Prineas on 21.04.2016
From the collection of Fofo and Brettos Sklavos, Mitata
submitted by Tina Tsakiris on 30.08.2015
Class photo taken at Aloizianika School in 1948. My mother Poppy (nee Notaras) back row standing at 7th from left (face partly obsured) and her brother Theodore (Rouli) Notaras, both of Friligianika 3rd row from bottom standing 8th from left. Please add names of other students in this photo if you recognise them.
Some of the students not appeared in this photo at the time, had left school and / or Kythera.
The school is closed.
submitted by Mick Georgas on 22.07.2014
George Diakopoulos is the teacher.
I recognise only 3 people, Jim Siganouli, Kolias doughter, and Jim Souris, Brisbane (left corner). Jim went to Karava School, by his pappou Dimitri Souris for 9 to 12 months to learn English.
submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 18.06.2012
Photograph of Karavas schoolchildren, side of the school building in Karavas.
submitted by Japio Ruijg on 19.05.2012
please add a caption here
submitted by Gregory Sofios on 10.02.2011
Logothetianika School Mural photographed by Virginia Sofios September 2010.
submitted by Θεοδώρα Μπουκουβάλα on 13.02.2008
Οι μαθητές του Δημοτικού Σχολείου της Χώρας το έτος 1943.
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 04.03.2007
Pappa Vangelli, centre, was both the village priest of Karavas, and the Headmaster of the school.
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