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 […]

Two eerily similar losses for Lady Dragons

Two eerily similar losses for Lady Dragons

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Contributor The tip-off of Lake Orion’s “Rivalry Night” promotion, the Lady Dragons basketball team battled their rival Clarkston Wolves at the O’Rena on the campus of Oakland University on Jan. 29. Unable to generate any traction offensively, Lake Orion was routed by Clarkston, 45-31. Led by junior Taylor Heaton’s 15 […]

Dragons’ skid reaches three games with losses to Oxford, Ferndale

Dragons’ skid reaches three games with losses to Oxford, Ferndale

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Contributor The first action for the boys since dropping a hard-fought road tilt with the West Bloomfield Lakers on Jan. 24, the Lake Orion Dragons basketball team partook in “Rivalry Night” at the O’Rena on the campus of Oakland University on Jan. 29, squaring off against the Oxford Wildcats. Hoping […]

LOHS Cheer hosts, takes 5th place at Dragon Invite on Sat.

LOHS Cheer hosts, takes 5th place at Dragon Invite on Sat.

The Lake Orion High School varsity competitive cheer team took fifth place at the Dragon Invite on Saturday, with just seven points separating the top five teams. Invite winner Rochester Adams had the highest score in the three-round competition, 787.52; followed by Rochester High School, 785.38; Stoney Creek, 784.68; Woodhaven, 780.94; and Lake Orion at […]

LOHS swim and dive team falls to North Farmington

The Lake Orion High School boys swim and dive team headed to North Farmington High School on Jan 30 suffering a hard loss 102-81. In the diving portion, senior Alex Brent took first while sophomore William Kahrl scored second, followed closely by Blake Burgess who finished in third. Individually, junior Brendan Ledtke took second in […]

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 […]

Lake Orion Community Schools Bond projects update

Lake Orion Community Schools Bond projects update

LOCS Superintendent Marion Ginopolis will regularly share thoughts and updates about district-related topics in The Review. This update has been provided by Assistant Superintendent Heidi Mercer who has been leading the design phase of the Bond projects. The 2018 bond election was an important moment for Lake Orion Community Schools, securing the district for the […]