At ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran, the 2020-2021 school year was escorted out with parties and celebrations among all age groups, beginning with the youngest students at the village’s rehabilitation day care center right up through to our amazing National Service and pre-military volunteers.
During its sixth year of activity, the Rotem Rehabilitative Daycare Center had to deal with Corona, quarantine, social distancing and days of missiles and warfare. With it all, the positivity exhibited by the dedicated rehabilitative daycare staff ensured that their young charges advanced and made progress in numerous areas.
With a respite from corona in effect, parents were able to attend the end-of-year party, underscoring the center’s basic tenet of education that every child’s progress is grounded in family participation.
As the new school year fast approaches, staff at the rehabilitative daycare center is hard at work planning and preparing for the addition of a second class that will enable more babies and toddlers to benefit from the professional services at ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran.
55 National Service and pre-military service volunteers also celebrated the end of a challenging yet rewarding year characterized by lock-downs, round-the-clock alarm and siren preparation and extra-cautious safeguarding of health, both their own and that of the residents and students at ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran.
These young, dedicated volunteers are an integral part of village life, and while they may be going off in different directions during the coming year, we expect to see them back from time-to-time as visiting members of our extended village family.