The sign is part of a series of signs posted by the Raanana Municipality that describe significant places in the history of the place.
The QR code indicates the following link from the Raanana Heritage site: The elementary school - Mamlachti A. - Meged - sites that were and are not
The school was photographed that day Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Raanana city emblem
[Image: First Elementary School, 1934]
The building was built in the early 1930s. In 1933-4, they began to study in it. The building had two annex rooms and four study rooms. Over the years, many changes took place in it. From the same first building, only two annex rooms remained. The school is located at 105 Ahuza Street and in front of it is a palm garden planted on By school students in the 1930s and which was cared for and nurtured until the 1960s by the school. Today it is the Megad State School, named after Moshe David Meged who was the first teacher in Raanana and the father of the writers Matti and Aharon Meged.