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  אלול 2, 5771 , 01/09/11

First Computerized Religious Girls' School in Israel

Thanks to the Amit organization, the new religious girl’s junior high school in Givat Shmuel will provide its 90 seventh graders with a personal notebook computer for each girl, enabling them to save all their schoolwork online, for remote access from anywhere.

Mayor Yossi Brodny congratulated the students on belonging to such a unique, leading institution. He added that the school carries a message of social excellence bringing the community the message of the integration of the Torah, the People and the Land.

Brodny congratulated principal Rabbi Lior Halperin on his ‘dream team’ educational staff, and promised that the municipality was committed to the success of the new school.

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