Actress visits Lincoln High School
Actress visits Lincoln High School students for an exclusive interview to appear in the Lincoln Star Newspaper
Actress/model Nastassja Villasana visited students in Lincoln High School classes. Nastassja talked about careers and goal-setting values. She also sat down with one of our student reporters for a one-on-one interview.
She appears in Amar a muerte (English: Love To Death) which is a Spanish-language drama television series written by the Venezuelan author Leonardo Padron and produced by W Studios y Lemon Studios for Televisa and Univision.
The series stars Nastassja Villasana as La Muerte, Angelique Boyer and Michel Brown. Check your local listings for Amar a muerte on Univision and support our new favorite actress Nastassja Villasana.
Los Angeles County Schools May Soon Be Allowed To Reopen
Editors note: The information in this story is accurate as of the writing of this story on August 24th. Readers can view more up-to-date reports on school reopening by visiting the Lincoln Star Facebook page.
On July 17, 2020, Governor Newsom announced that all schools in the state of California are mandated to start the school year via distance learning. Since then, the California Department of Public Health has provided two updates, the most recent on August 3, 2020. As of the writing of this article, Los Angeles County continues on the Covid-19 Watch List and schools will need to continue distance learning when the school year begins. Once Los Angeles County has been approved for schools to reopen, there will still be an application process, and schools seeking a waiver to reopen will need to show a level of readiness when applying.
Each school will be assessed individually based on the public health conditions in their local community. The number of cases, positivity rate, hospitalizations and mortality rates are all factors that will be used to determine if a school qualifies for a waiver by the Los Angeles Department of Public Health. Once a waiver is issued, each school will be asked to form a - Covid-19 Compliance Task Force - to oversee and ensure that safety protocols are in place. Planning to reopen campus will require diligent planning efforts and attention to detail on the part of our school leaders, faculties, and staff.
On August 20th, Los Angeles Countys chief medical officer said that new coronavirus cases may soon drop enough to allow officials to apply for waivers to reopen elementary schools. During an online news conference, Dr. Jeffrey Gunzenhauser said that waivers can be sought to reopen schools when cases are below 200 for every 100,000 people for two weeks. Gunzenhauser said that the number of Los Angeles County cases was steadily dropping, and - we do believe we could get down to under 200 in the near future.
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