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Mrs. Annette Deming has been the adviser of the Quest News since 2013. Mrs. Deming came to Lugo from Diamond Bar High School and is in her 5th year of teaching. She has a bachelor of arts degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations from California State University, Fullerton. She has a master of education degree and a master of arts degree in English literature from National University. Mrs. Deming is an ASNE Reynolds Institute fellow from the University of Missouri.  In 2014, she was one of 140 teachers chosen from across the country to participate in this prestigious group of advisers who spent an intense two weeks in Columbia, MO learning how to expand the journalism program at Don Lugo High School.  She was awarded her Certified Journalism Educator credential in 2014 in Washington DC on the same day she indirectly saved the President of the United States life. She most recently was awarded the Rising Star award in Dallas, Texas by the Journalism Education Association for her excellent work as an adviser in her first five years of teaching. She is the President of the Inland Empire Journalism Education Association where she offers support and write-off competition opportunities to the advisers and students of journalism and yearbook programs throughout the Inland Empire.

What she loves about advising the Quest News is building a program from the bottom up. "I love that I get to learn more about journalism from a handful of brilliant people from around the country, and then I get to share that information and knowledge with the staff of the Quest News."

When Mrs. Deming isn't advising the Quest News she is teaching English 12 and directing the theater program.


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Mrs. Annette Deming, CJE, Adviser

Feb 04, 2018
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