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Online learning adds more ‘homework’ to students with younger siblings

Jazmine Coto helping her brother(3rd grader) with online learning. (Photo Courtesy: Jazmine Coto)

Jazmine Coto, Reporter

October 22, 2020

Distance learning has taken a toll on many students, it has even added to the already full plate of some students with younger siblings who are now willing to help them with their online school work, while simultaneously keeping up with their own tasks.  Sophia Vazquez, a junior at Don Lugo High Sc...

CVUSD board votes on sports and special ed

CVUSD board votes on sports and special ed

Diego Cruz, Sports Editor

October 20, 2020

As the Chino Valley Unified School District is still unsure how the rest of the year is going to pan out as for sports and activities, board members had to make some decisions in which would impact the rest of the school year. On Thursday October 15, people involved around Chino Valley were anxious...

2019-2020 Teacher of the year award goes to Mrs. Deming

2019-2020 Secondary Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Annette Deming, stands proudly in her Don Lugo staff shirt.

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

May 13, 2020

This year's Secondary Teacher of the Year was rightfully awarded to Don Lugo's very own Annette Deming. Deming was recognized by the Associated Chino Teacher's Union (ACT) for her passion and determination as an educator, and everyone who knows her can attest that this was a well deserved honor. Debi...

NASA’s 2020 rover Perseverance is still a go amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

NASA's Mars 2020 rover, now called Perseverance, undergoes processing at a payload servicing facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center as plans to launch the July mission are still on track.

Aiden Deming, Tech Reporter

March 26, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic won't be stopping NASA anytime soon. As of March 25, NASA is still onboard for the Mars 2020 rover Perseverance, scheduled to be launched this summer amidst the coronavirus pandemic. According to NASA, "Space agency officials remain optimistic that the car-size Perseverance rover, the cen...

BREAKING NEWS: College Board plans to move forward with AP tests with help of online review sessions

The full schedule for planned AP class livestreams is up on the College Board's website, on the page about dealing with the Coronavirus. The classes cover all AP subjects, and run for 7 hours.

Anthony Winslow, Editor-In-Chief

March 25, 2020

As COVID-19 continues to lead to closures of schools and businesses, one group of students in particular has been left questioning what to do next: AP students.  Finally, the College Board has provided some information on their plan and how they’re handling the situation. The College Board has several measures be...

Students are able to receive lunch and technology at school during closures

The Don Lugo High School homepage now provides students with information to help them understand free meal distribution and access technology assistance.

Alessandra Verdugo, News Reporter

March 23, 2020

There have been many concerns with how school will continue while allowing students to practice social distancing. One of the main concerns is how students who may need help getting food and extra technological help will receive them at this time. Fortunately, the Chino Valley Unified School District...

BREAKING NEWS: Governor Newsom orders citizens to stay home effective midnight

Non essential business closed following Governor Newsom's order to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Valerie Torres and Anthony Winslow

March 19, 2020

A new step for fighting COVID-19 in California, Governor Gavin Newsom has made an order for all California residents to stay home unless absolutely necessary. Although the order is not mandatory, Newsom hopes, "There’s a social contract here. People will self-regulate their behavior." Newsom estimat...

BREAKING NEWS: School closures extended to May 1 as COVID-19 spreads

The Don Lugo campus remains closed and empty as the Superintendent updates school closure to May 1.

Valerie Torres and Anthony Winslow

March 19, 2020

Superintendent Norm Enfield released a statement today notifying CVUSD students and parents of the current situation regarding school closures due to COVID-19.  Enfield mentions that Governor Gavin Newsom recently remarked that he thinks schools may remain closed for the rest of the school year. Enfield let CVUSD members know, ...

BREAKING NEWS: Trump warns Americans to do their part to slow the spread of coronavirus

Southern California freeways are known for being full of traffic bound freeways, but not today. Roads are clear on major freeways, an indication that Southern Californians are heading early warnings and staying home.

Anthony Winslow, Editor-In-Chief

March 18, 2020

As the president addressed the American people in a press conference this morning, the Whitehouse has issued "The President's Coronavirus Guidelines For America." The guidelines suggest that those who work in a critical infrastructure industry, such as healthcare services, pharmaceutical and food su...

BREAKING NEWS: Chino Hills Starbucks resorts to grab-and-go policy

A local Starbucks changes its services to grab-and-go only, and other businesses will likely follow suit.

Valerie Torres and Anthony Winslow

March 17, 2020

Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreaks and recommendations to limit social contact in large populated areas, Starbucks in Chino Hills (Grand and Pipeline) has resorted to a new grab-and-go policy. The policy has been put in place by the business in response to the recent recommendation to limit gatherings to no mo...

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