We are happy to announce the re-opening of our space on the 18th of May 2020.
During the quarantine period we never stopped offering greek lessons remotely providing online courses from the safety of our home.
Distance learning has always been a successful practice in Lexi-Logos bringing us close no matter where you are in the world.
Our commitment is to offer you quality teaching with flexibility and effectiveness and we will continue doing our best to conduct systematically all our courses and programs both online and at school.
Lexi-Logos is conducting Greek lessons online and at school on a 24/7 basis. Our program is adaptable to your needs wherever you are!
From the 18th of May, we will be returning to a new normality, with its own rules.
We reassure you that we will strictly follow all the official guidelines for your safety and ours.
Mandatory hygiene rules that we must adhere to include:
– Maintaining the required distances between us. Everyone should keep a distance of 1.5 meters, therefore our tables and chairs will be placed accordingly.
– Use of antiseptic and cleaning the rooms after each class. Hand hygiene is the first measure of protection for all. This includes, careful washing with soap and water or the use of an antiseptic. We will make sure to have antiseptics in every class and disinfect the rooms after each class.
– The use of masks during the class is recommended, but it is not mandatory.
We can get together again keeping the necessary distance and enjoy our lessons!
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