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Lugo is full of Halloween spirit!

Office staff getting into the Halloween spirit this year. They decided to show their love for the holiday by dressing up.
October 31, 2019

It's Halloween, and Don Lugo isn't short of spirit! If students look around campus they may see some of their favorite familiar faces of the Don Lugo staff dressed up for this Halloween. They're making...

Bill 328: the district’s point of view

Teacher greeting Don Lugo students while they arrive to school and exist the bus early in the morning (Photo Credit Patricia Redaelly)
October 29, 2019

Senate Bill 328 will prevent middle and high schools from starting classes until at least 8:30 am. This bill will be taken into effect on January 1, 2022 to allow the school's districts to have somewhat...

PSA: eating disorders are affecting teenagers everywhere

Most people experience an eating disorder. According to the National Eating Disorder Association
October 28, 2019

There is an epidemic taking a toll on people everywhere. It is widespread and affects their social, personal, and academic lives. Eating disorders have become a reoccurring issue discovered in people of...

Physics Club: Einsteins in training

Physics project in Mr.Woods classroom. Photo Courtesy of Saslaya Baca.
October 10, 2019

Don Lugo has always been a home for unique programs such as the agriculture and engineering academies, and the Physics club is one of them. The club president, Aiden Deming, was inspired to form the club...

Grad Fair is here!

Seniors pilling in from the enterence of the Don Lugo MPR to get their high school merchandice and memorabilia with thier families 
Photographer - Patricia Redaelly
October 4, 2019

Grad Fair is a senior event that is focused on giving the class of 2020 the opportunity to buy their graduation packages while prices are still low. On October 9, the students will be allowed to bring...

The Homecoming voting process explained

A jeweled fit for a Don Lugo Homecoming queen. Photographer, Valerie Torres
October 3, 2019

Homecoming is just around the corner! However, many students still have no clue about how voting for a Homecoming court works. Voting for a Homecoming court is a multi-stage process, and can be a lot more...

Don Lugo high school; PBIS bronze award winners

PBIS task force meet to discuss.
September 12, 2019

Don Lugo's enforcement of PBIS (positive behavioral intervention system) on campus in the last year has led to us receiving an honorable award. The award is known as the bronze level award which is the...

Femineers, the newest and most ambitious club in the LEAD academy

Photo Courtesy of: Saslaya Baca
September 11, 2019

Recently, the LEAD Academy has worked with Cal Poly to bring the Femineers club to Don Lugo in an ambitious effort to seek out female individuals interested in science, technology, the arts, mathematics...

Bill AB 485: Stopping puppy mills in their tracks

Photographer : Daisy Roman
May 9, 2019

In California about 1 million dogs and cats are brought into shelters and 500,000 are euthanized every year. Judie Mancuso, founder of the group Social Compassion in Legislation, is making a difference. Judie...

Quest News Does It AGAIN!

Celebrating their five National Journalism Write-Off Competition Awards are (top to bottom and left to right): Adviser, Annette Deming, CJE, Edward Lillie, Anthony Romero, Karly Ortiz, Anthony Winslow, Diego Cruz, Valerie Torres, Aiden Deming, Andreia Sales, and Josephine Ramos.
April 28, 2019

Anaheim, CA -- Quest News student reporters from Don Lugo High School took home five awards from this year’s National Journalism Write-Off Competition and Convention on Saturday, April 27 in...

Time to lead; FFA builds their chapters one workshop at a time

April 26, 2019

From April 24 to the 27, The Future Farmers of America (FFA) attend their State Convention, bringing in people from all over the country. The event, located at The Anaheim Convention Center, claims to...

Enforcement of tardy sweeps on campus? Here’s why

Don Lugo students, Photographer Daisy Roman
March 18, 2019

Everyone notices the increase of students being put into ALC, but why now? In reality, the policy for tardy sweeps has been in place for years, and is only being enforced recently because the school is...

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