Dragon grapplers take 2nd place at OAA league tournament

Dragon grapplers take 2nd place at OAA league tournament

By Kristie Orselli Review Sports Contributor The Dragon wrestling team concluded their regular season with a second-place finish at the OAA Red league tournament. Lake Orion squared off against Red Division rivals Clarkston, Oxford, Rochester, Rochester Adams and Birmingham Seaholm at Clarkston High School. The team wrestled well finishing behind only Oxford. Team results were: […]

LOHS diver Alex Brent wins county diving meet

LOHS diver Alex Brent wins county diving meet

LOHS senior Alex Brent won the 2020 Boy’s Oakland County Championship Diving Meet on Saturday. Brent saved his hardest dive for last and it paid off, scoring 51 points. Brent won the event scoring an All-American consideration score of 461.05 points, placing just eight-tenths ahead of the second place diver. This was the closest finish […]

St. Joe’s students make blankets for Fleece & Thank You

St. Joe’s students make blankets for Fleece & Thank You

Fifth grade students at St. Joseph Catholic School took time in January to make blankets for Farmington Hills-based organization, Fleece & Thank You. Fleece & Thank You collects blankets and distributes them to children around Michigan who are battling illnesses. Each blanket includes a video of well-wishes and support from the students who made the […]

Parking changes are coming: village parking comm. discusses pay-to-park, valet services

By Jim Newell Review Editor Parking in the Village of Lake Orion is problematic and there are no easy solutions. That’s the responsibility that the village’s parking committee is charged with solving. On Monday, the Lake Orion Parking Study Ad-hoc Committee recommended exploring possibilities for establishing a pay-to-park system in the village. Members also discussed […]

LOCS Board of Education locks down timeline for superintendent search

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education held a special meeting on Monday to discuss the superintendent search process with John Silveri from the Michigan Leadership Institute (MLI), the district’s search firm. In this meeting, the board essentially nailed down a timeline for the search process that is expected […]

Bomb threat garners additional police presence at LOHS

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Operation Center received an anonymous tip from Crime Stoppers at 10:24 p.m. on Jan. 28 regarding a threat made against Lake Orion High School via Snapchat. The anonymous tip stated that a “bomb” had been placed in the locker rooms near the pool lobby, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office stated in […]

Orion Chamber announces new Membership Services Coordinator

The Orion Area Chamber of Commerce announced last Monday that Jillian Nolan would be taking over the position of Membership Services Coordinator. The position was previously held by Noelle Champagne who was recently named Executive Director of the Chamber. Nolan has served as Administrative Assistant for three years and has been apart of the chamber […]

Read by Grade Three law

Read by Grade Three law

LOCS Superintendent Marion Ginopolis will regularly share thoughts and updates about district-related topics in The Review. Reading is critical for a student’s success. In 2016 the state of Michigan Legislature passed the “Read by Grade Three” law to ensure that students exit third grade reading at or above grade level. This law will affect the […]

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