LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – For the first time in eight months, three primary schools in the Canada Unified School District will reopen their campuses to students on Tuesday.
At St. Mary’s Catholic School. At St. John’s, the students are working on their laptops. Joseph in La Puente, California, 16 years old. November 2020. The campus is the second Catholic school in Los Angeles County to reopen in response to the raging coronavirus pandemic. (Getty Images)
La Canada Elementary School, Palm Crest Elementary School and Paradise Canyon Elementary School have started full time teaching for the second year of TC.
The reopening of the area was celebrated on the 5th. November.
The school district states that all students must wear a mask and keep a distance of two meters from their classmates.
The students are divided into groups of a maximum of 12 people per class, in the morning and in the afternoon. Lessons shouldn’t be mixed up.
The classes are disinfected between the different groups.
Dozens of Los Angeles County schools, most of them private, have already received similar refusals to resume full-time high school education. Among them was St. Mary’s Catholic school. St. John’s. Joseph to La Puente, who returned the TC-2 students on Monday.
In view of the increase in the number of KOVID 19 cases on Monday, the Californian government announced that the state will apply the emergency brake upon reopening. The provinces of Ventura and Orange were immediately relegated to the purple level of the state roadmap for coronavirus recovery.
Last week, the Ventura District Education Authority announced that schools that have not yet resumed full-time education will have to postpone their plans when the district returns to the purple level. Those that are already open don’t have to close.
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While Los Angeles is already in the purple scene, the neighborhood is experiencing a big business boom. Los Angeles County reported 2,795 new VIDOC-19 cases and six new deaths Monday, bringing the total number of cases in the entire county to 342,343 and 7,275, respectively. It is unclear how a tidal wave can hinder plans to reopen schools.
On Friday, the Los Angeles Unified School District announced that it has reached a preliminary agreement to reopen the protocols when its schools reopen, which will not happen until January.
The Los Angeles County board is discussing curfew Tuesday.
If we, as individuals and organizations, take individual and collective action, we will not get back on track, we have no choice but to carefully examine the limits that still limit our ability to blend, especially in situations where there may be increased risks, said Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County Director of Public Health, on Monday. In some cases this means a limitation of the number of people. In other cases, we may need to look at what some other states and cities have done to limit their working hours. And of course, if we continue on the path that will inevitably overload our health systems, we must create the opportunity to be safer at home again. But we’re not there yet.