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Sign: Holon - Heritage Sites in Israel - Bialik School

Bialik St 21, Holon, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל עיריית חולון - חולון עיר הילדים

בית ספר ביאליק
בית הספר היסודי הראשון בעיר הוקם בשנת 1937 ונקרא "בית חינוך לילדי עובדים ע"ש ח.נ. ביאליק". הבניין תוכנן ע"י האדריכל יוסף נויפלד, שתכנן מבנים נוספים בקריית עבודה – השכונה ההסתדרותית ובהם מעונות עובדים (רחובות ביאליק ושנקר).
הכיתה הראשונה נפתחה באוקטובר 1936, בבית פרטי, ברח’ ארלוזורוב 46.
בשנת פעולתו הראשונה למדו בביה"ס 73 תלמידים בלבד. בשל מספרם הקטן, מורה אחד לימד כיתות אחדות.
ב-1945 נבנה אולם התעמלות ונוספה קומה מעל למבנה המערבי. בשנות ה-60, עם הגידול במספר התלמידים, נוסף האגף המזרחי בשטח החצר, שקודם לכן שימש ללימוד חקלאות.
בשל המחסור בחדרי כיתות, התלמידים למדו בשתי משמרות (8:00-12:00 ו- 12:00-16:00).
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The sign shape is rectangular but its head is designed according to the silhouette of the old building of the Gymnasia Herzliya, which serves as a logo of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel

The school was photographed a few days later by Eli Zvuluny Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
The symbol of Holon Municipality - Holon the Children’s City

Bialik School
The first elementary school in the city was established in 1937 and was called "Education for children of workers after H.N. Bialik". The building was designed by the architect Joseph Neufeld, who designed other buildings in Kiryat Avoda - the Histadrut neighborhood, including worker dormitories (Bialik and Shenkar streets).
The first class opened in October 1936, in a private house, at 46 Arlozorov Street.
In its first year of operation, only 73 students attended the school. Due to their small number, one teacher taught several classes.
In 1945, a gymnasium was built and a floor was added above the western building. In the 1960s, with the increase in the number of students, the eastern wing was added to the courtyard area, which was previously used for studying agriculture.
Due to the lack of classrooms, the students studied in two shifts (8:00-12:00 and 12:00-16:00).
Today it is used as an elementary school for grades 1-6.

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