LOHS Robotics Team 302 prepares for tournaments on new practice field

LOHS Robotics Team 302 prepares for tournaments on new practice field

By Jim Newell Review Editor How do you get to the robotics world championships? Practice, practice, practice. Robotics Team 302 from Lake Orion High School now has that advantage with a new practice field at the Community Education Resource Center (CERC). Team 302 won the Miami Valley Regional at Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio […]

‘March is Reading Month’ in Lake Orion schools

‘March is Reading Month’ in Lake Orion schools

By Jim Newell Review Editor March is National Reading Month and schools across the Lake Orion district have embraced activities that encourage kids to read: reading books as a school, fun activities, dressing up as characters, reading scavenger hunts, reading Olympics. And welcoming guest readers. JoAnn Van Tassel was one of the guest readers who […]

Orion-Oxford face off in Special Olympics basketball matchup

Orion-Oxford face off in Special Olympics basketball matchup

By Jim Newell Review Editor Susan Carroll Review Writer It’s a playoff-like atmosphere when the Lake Orion and Oxford Special Olympics basketball teams meet and Friday’s matchup at the Lake Orion High School Fieldhouse was no exception. The cheers from students, faculty, parents and supporters rocked the fieldhouse to the rafters in a shoot-out between […]

World Championship Bound!

World Championship Bound!

Lake Orion High School Robotics Team 302 won the Miami Valley Regional robotics tournament on March 3. The win puts the Dragons into the FIRST Robotics World Championships in Detroit, April 25-28. See page 8 for the story.  

Supt. Ginopolis talks about Lake Orion schools in 2018

By Jim Newell Review Editor From closing an elementary and redistricting students, to beginning the first round of sinking fund projects last summer and managing the district’s finances and assets, the Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education and executive administrators have had quite a few issues to confront while trying to make the transition […]

4th LOHS Cell Out for Soldiers reaches 86 percent participation

4th LOHS Cell Out for Soldiers reaches 86 percent participation

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion High School held its 4th annual Cell Out for Soldiers on Friday, with students turning in their phone for the day to raise funds for the Minutes that Matter program. The Leadership class donated $1 for every phone turned in – and also raised money through sponsorships. The […]

LOHS Robotics Team 302 kicks off season in high gear

LOHS Robotics Team 302 kicks off season in high gear

By Jim Newell Review Editor Last May, Team 302’s alliance finished second at the FIRST Robotics World Championships and this year’s team wants to make sure they are back competing for a championship. The team began its season on Saturday, when the rules and design for the FIRST Robotics competition were revealed. “Today we have […]

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