K-12 schools in Tel Aviv are set to return to full functionality tomorrow, the municipality says.
The decision comes after the city and the broader Dan central region were reclassified Sunday as “green” areas by Home Front Command.
Under the color-coded system in place since the start of the Israel-Hamas war, “green” areas are allowed to have in-person educational activities without restrictions.
Previously, the city was classified as “yellow,” meaning that in-person learning could occur only within certain security parameters, including a bomb shelter big enough to hold the students and staff present in school.
In practice, this meant that many schools in the city have been operating on a staggered system with students able to attend school only two or three times a week.