New Activities in Beit Zipora opening the 2010-2011 School Year

Opening the 2010-2011 School Year with New Activities in Beit Zipora
Dec 2010

The 2010-2011 school year opened at Beit Tzipora and 350 children from grades one to six returned happily to their activities.
All the teachers and students were present on the first day of studies at Beit Zipora, cheerful and happy, and the school year was opened by Mazal Yanko, Director of Beit Zipora, who wished everyone a fruitful and successful year of studies.

This year sixteen classes are being run at Beit Zipora, and students from eleven schools around the city come to the Center every day.

After school the children are brought to the Center by special busses, where they study in small groups, they receive extra lessons in computers, language, mathematics and English. They are given a warm meal and at the end of the day they are transported to their homes by special busses, after completing their school assignments.

The children are treated warmly and receive personal attention, and together with the progress that is made in their learning abilities and the bridging of gaps, progress can also be seen in their achievements in the schools in which they study.

The Center operates for ten months out of the year, from October until July, and during the last month of the summer holidays the children enjoy a summer camp, with many attractions and different experiences.


This year, thanks to the activities of Keren Ashkelon's Board, the General Assembly, and the Manager's Committee, headed by Mr. Eli Dayan, the children will receive special, challenging exposure to the Tennis Center and the Municipal Conservatory. Some of the Beit Zipora students will enjoy tennis lessons and others will enjoy musical activities and the exposure to the conservatory.