LOCS receives additional forgiven time waiver for 3 snow days

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion residents are no strangers to snow days. This year however, school districts across the state have grown accustom to regularly having to canceling school due to the weather conditions. During this school year, Lake Orion Community Schools have racked up 11 total canceled days — with the exception […]

LOCS School Board Pres. Birgit McQuiston receives state MASB Diamond Award

Each year the Michigan Association of School Boards awards local school board members from across the state for their efforts to improve their leadership skills, become more effective school leaders, demonstrating their commitment to student achievement and their own continuous improvement. One of the recipients of these awards was Lake Orion Community Schools Board of […]

Orion Township should not be involved in handling trash; free enterprise system should prevail

We are concerned regarding recent decisions limiting trash hauling competition in Orion Township. Educated consumers should be allowed the freedom of choice, unencumbered by government regulations, based on the value received for the cost. (Unless we want more Affordable Health Care?) Two to three years ago, when our trash hauling costs became too expensive, we […]

A Quest for Expanding Your Mind…

One of my favorite hobbies is researching. In an effort to learn more, and be more, I have to keep looking into what else is out there. That makes me think back to years ago when my friend in her nineties said, “The way to keep your mind young and working good as you age […]

LOHS Robotics Team 302 qualifies for Mich. State Championship

LOHS Robotics Team 302 qualifies for Mich. State Championship

Team 302 wins prestigious Chairman’s Award at the Jackson District Competition on Saturday Lake Orion Robotics Team 302 is headed back to the Michigan State FIRST Robotics Championship in April after winning Chairman’s Award at the Jackson, Michigan District Competition on Saturday. “LOHS FIRST Robotics Team 302 had an eventful weekend at the Jackson District […]

Paint Creek Elem. rocks their socks on World Down Syndrome Day

Paint Creek Elem. rocks their socks on World Down Syndrome Day

By Jim Newell Review Editor World Down Syndrome Day, March 21, is a day of fun at Paint Creek Elementary, a day where the students get to wear their most colorful and outlandish socks, express their individuality and compare their funky socks with their friends. But it’s not lost on the staff and students that […]

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