Tzohar Halev and the Safed Municipality inaugurated a buildilng that will serve as a center for special education students for Tzfat.
The mayor, senior municipal officials and representatives of the Ministry of Education reopened a unique education structure after a comprehensive renovation that cost hundreds of thousands of shekels. The building was adapted to meet the needs of the dozens of students from Tzfat and the surrounding area.
The opening follows numerous requests from parents who live in the city and previously had to send their children to out-of-town educational settings. At the beginning of the current school year, the Tzohar Halev organization began operating the special education framework in the city for the first time.
The event was attended by Rabbi Lazar Lazar, Deputy Mayor of Safed, Mr. Moti Cohen, Director of the City's Education Department, Ms. Hagit Buchnik, Director of the City's Special Education Department, Faraj Farage, Planner of the Druze Jewish Sector in the Northern District of the Ministry of Education, and the mayor's senior staff.
Israel Kornik, CEO of the Tzohar Halev organization said: "I would like to thank the mayor of Tzfat, who placed special education in his city in a high and respectable place and worked to operate an education system, for the benefit of the city's students. The new school provides a broad and professional framework for children with special needs, in order to help them with everything needed and move forward, together with them.