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    Welcome to Second Semester!  Please use this unique link to enter zoom the first day of class.  For the new year, please turn on your camera so we can see some smiling faces!  


    Topic: 1st day of Second Semester! (P1,2,3 Wed. P 4,5,6 Thurs)

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 832 7219 7136
    Passcode: nCJ1UE





    Please look at your class schedule and join the correct Google Classroom.

    On Google Classroom you will find the ZOOM link for class each day.   


    Please email me for the classcode if you are new to the class.



    Contact information


    Virtual office hours 

    Via Email or Google Classroom video links

    Scheduled office hours are:

    Monday/Wednesday:  1:35-2:20 pm

    Tuesday/Thursday: 7:30-8:15 am




    Please check Aeries for updates regarding grades. You can also check the grades section on Google Classroom


    Email Access

    Please check your email DAILY! You can check it from ClassLink by clicking on the orange tile that says "Office 365" and then click "Mail". OR You can download the "Outlook" App on your phone/tablet and sign in using your full school email and your school password. 






    Technology Support

    For technological difficulties (devices, username/password, online tools) 

    Phone: (909) 628-1202 x1080


    Hours 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Monday – Friday

    *Please note this is NOT for homework help*







Mrs. Farrah Rigo-Witt



Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Farrah Rigo-Witt

I am a proud Don Lugo alum who came back to work in the Chino community after graduating from Sonoma State in 1999.  I came back to Don Lugo in 1999 to coach and advise the DLHS spiritleaders while working on my teaching credential.  In 2000, our Superintendent at the time, Mr. Wayne Joseph,  then Chino High principal, hired me to teach Economics, US and World History.  I got the opportunity to open Chino Hills High School in the Fall of 2001.  There I taught a range of social science classes including AP US History and Geography.  I love being involved in student activities and was spirit advisor for 14 years at CHHS and was class advisor for 2005, 2009 and 2012 while also advisor for various clubs. With the retirement of  activities director Mrs. Connie Weeks, who was MY leadership and cheer advisor, I am so proud and excited to be the ASB director.  I love working with student leaders and have had the opportunity to teach and speak at the California Association of Directors of Activities state and regional student and adult conferences and summer leadership camp.