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Sign: Givat Ada - Heritage Sites in Israel - The first school in Givat Ada

HaDekel/HaRishonim, Binyamina-Giv’at Ada, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל בית הספר גבע
סמל מועצה מקומית גבעת עדה

בית הספר הראשון בגבעת עדה

בית הספר הראשון הוקם בשנים 1920-1921. עד אז, היה במושבה מבנה ששימש כבית ספר וגן ילדים. באותו חדר לימדו לסירוגין מורה וגננת, כל אחת את תלמידי הגיל המתאים לה.
לימים, כשהוקם בית הספר החדש, היום - בית ספר גבע, שימש המקום כמשכן לעולים, כצרכנייה ובהמשך כמשרד "אגודת החקלאי".
היום, נמצא בבניין מוזיאון "יודאיקה", שנתרם על ידי משפחת גשייט.
בעתיד, ישמש המבנה כ"בית מרכזי למורשת המושבה".

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The sign shape is square 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 picture of the building was taken that day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
Geva school icon
Givat Ada Local Council emblem

The first school in Givat Ada

The first school was established in 1920-1921. Until then, the colony had a building that served as a school and kindergarten. In the same room, a teacher and a kindergarten teacher alternately taught each of her age students.
Later, when the new school was established, that is today the Geva School, the place served as a residence for immigrants, as a Grocery store and later as the office of the "Agricultural Association".
Today, the place serves as the Judaica Museum, donated by the Geshight family.
In the future, the building will serve as a "central home for the colony’s heritage."

The text was written by students of the 69th Class, Geva School, as part of the "Adopt a site " project.

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