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What’s all the DACA about?

What’s all the DACA about?

Isaiah Frausto and Hailey Scott

September 15, 2017


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A recent surge of news has surfaced about an immigration program, called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. DACA is an American immigration policy that has helped undocumented children since it was established by the Obama administration in June of 2012.  As of September 5th, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that Trump and his administration will be "resc...

Congratulations Quest News seniors

Congratulations Quest News seniors

Natalie West, Managing Editor

June 4, 2017


Filed under News, Uncategorized

“Let us step into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.”  Congratulations to some of our 2017 Quest News seniors. Adventure awaits!    

First day of school sure to surprise DALHS students

First day of school sure to surprise DALHS students

Janessa Meza, News Reporter

May 31, 2017


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Don Antonio Lugo will start it's new school year on the first day with workshops, BBQ, and an assembly for the whole school. Dr.Cabrera, the Principal of Don Lugo and ASB Advisor Miss. Rigo-Wittz have decided to change up the first day of school for the 2017-2018 year. The first day will consist of all...

Senior announcements for college and activities

Senior announcements for college and activities

Luis Lopez and Paola Espinosa

May 22, 2017


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Any college bound seniors must request a final transcript from the Records Office to be sent to your college. Failure to request a transcript can result in losing your college admission. On another note, the Universal Studios trip is still in effect this Thursday, May 25. There are only 10 tickets left. For...

LEAD showcases their final novel products, after months of rigorous work

LEAD showcases their final novel products, after months of rigorous work

Mau Mendoza, Reporter

May 16, 2017


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The engineers of Don Lugo showcased their senior projects to mark the end to their year. On May 15th, these students hosted a gallery in the library to show off their work. For the past 8 months, the LEAD (Lugo Engineering and Design) senior class has diligently worked on creating novel products...

Lugo Hires Very Own Student Store Clerk

Lugo Hires Very Own Student Store Clerk

Tatiana Arenas, News Reporter

May 5, 2017


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Don Lugo greets new student store clerk from Chino Hills high school. After many years of being the only school in the district without having a store clerk, Lugo finally opened up the position to  Jaime Myers. She has been a clerk for over eight years now in Chino Valley. The student store...

Quest News meets Chino Valley School Board

Quest News meets Chino Valley School Board

Luis Lopez, News editor

April 26, 2017


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School Board personally invites Quest News to Chino Valley District meeting. Four editors gave a speech at the meeting announcing the accomplishment, the journey, as well as giving a thanks. All of the journalist reporters attended the meeting to represent Quest. News Editor, Natalie West, expresses...

United States’ biggest non-nuclear bomb on Afghanistan; trying to eliminate ISIS

United States’ biggest non-nuclear bomb on Afghanistan; trying to eliminate ISIS

Natalie West, News Editor

April 13, 2017


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The United States drops the largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan's city, Nagarhar, located in the Achin District, with a 21,000 pound, conventional, GBU-43B bomb. Approximately 11,000 tons of explosives were strategically dropped into ISIS tunnels. Donald Trump's press secretary, Sean Spicer, released...

3 dead, 1 injured in tragic murder suicide elementary school shooting

3 dead, 1 injured in tragic murder suicide elementary school shooting

Tania Nieblas and Nolan Fernandes

April 10, 2017


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Close to the eighteenth anniversary of the tragic Columbine High School shooting, North Park Elementary was unexpectedly attacked by a gunman who killed a first grade, special education teacher before turning the gun on himself. 8-year-old, Jonathan Martinez, and another student were standing behind...

The Makers club wins first place for best design at first competition

The Makers club wins first place for best design at first competition

Luis Vazquez and Tatiana Arenas

March 23, 2017


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Don Lugo's original, "The Makers club" wins first place out of 53 Southern California schools at their first ever competition in Fullerton College. Last Saturday, the club competed at the SeaPerch Challenge, sponsored by the United States navy, to compete at Fullerton college to see which team can...

Two reporters sweep state finals; Insists to bring home awards from nationals

Two reporters sweep state finals; Insists to bring home awards from nationals

Luis Lopez and Natalie West

March 18, 2017


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Lugo's journalism class, Quest News, takes third place for the, "Sweepstakes Award" at the Los Angeles Journalism Teachers Association (LAJTA) Write-Off. Nine reporters attended the March 11 competition at Cal State Northridge. The students were able to compete against 12 other schools. Out of eight...

Lugo’s latest club on campus sparks excitement: The LEO Club

Janessa Meza, News Reporter

March 10, 2017


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The LEO Club has started for Don Lugo students who would like to sign up and participate in it. Sargent Brisino, who is in charge of the club with plenty of students, is currently looking for more students to join so that the school will have the most members out of other CVUSD schools. The Club is...

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