Draw a picture of the city in Israel your class is named after.
Draw (digitally or by hand) a picture of Israel or create a picture collage about the city your class is named after. Write 3 facts about your city and write your name and your city name in Hebrew.
Create a presentation (5-10 slide) about the city your class is named after. Write 7 or more facts about your city and write your name and your city name in Hebrew.
Submit your artwork here!
Submit your project by 11/1/2020. You will compete with students from all Hebrew Public schools. A panel of judges will pick 3 winners from each school. Then, the finalists from each school will compete for the #1 prize.
3 winners per school, one per grade span – will receive an Israeli goodie bag and $25 Amazon gift card.
3 winners accross the network, one per grade span – a laptop and an Israeli souvenir.
Acting Council General, Consulate of Israel in NY
Representative, 186th District/Philadelphia County
Inez E. Dickens
Member, New York State Assembly
Planning Chair, UJA-Federation of New York
Rev. Linda Tarry-Chard
President & Founder of Project Peoplehood Foundation and Minister of the United Church of Christ
Manhattan Borough President
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