Dragons douse Lightning for opening football victory

Dragons douse Lightning for opening football victory

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor With storm clouds looming overhead, Lake Orion’s varsity football team produced its own thunder and lightning in its first game of the season to beat Lapeer, 17-7. The victory avenged last season’s loss to the Lightning and snapped the Dragons’ five-game losing streak on opening night. The contest […]

LOHS mens cross country prepares for a strong season

This year’s team is led by returning All-State runner Andrew Nolan. Nolan is a senior, and has earned All-State honors the past two seasons. Nolan is a very competitive, strong runner, and looks to put himself in with some of the best runners in the state again. Nicholas Laurent is a junior, running his first […]

LOCS Superintendent announces departure

Lake Orion Community School’s Superintendent Marion Ginopolis announced Tuesday that this would be her final school year as district superintendent. The news comes after a recent one-year contract renewal in March of this year. Ginopolis, who previously held the position of superintendent for Oxford Community Schools, came out of retirement in 2010 to act as […]

LOCS gives bond project updates at Aug. 14 meeting

By Megan Kelley Review Writer As the beginning of the school year creeps closer and closer, bond design teams also get closer to completing their site plans for various schools throughout the district. Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Heidi Mercer gave her regularly scheduled bond update to the board during the Aug. 14 board […]

LOCS raises cost of lunches and athletic pay to play

By Megan Kelley Review Writer During the Aug. 14 LOCS board meeting, Trustee Jake Singer addressed his fellow board members with concerns about a recent increase in pay to play costs. During the March 27 meeting the board was presented with a district fee schedule, which was then approved by the board. “As a parent, […]

Lake Orion Community Schools — Fall Transportation Challenges

Lake Orion Community Schools — Fall Transportation Challenges

LOCS Superintendent Marion Ginopolis will regularly share thoughts and updates about district-related topics in The Review. With the school year just a few weeks away, traffic will again become a district-wide challenge. Multiple ongoing road projects throughout the LOCS district in the next few months will only complicate the usual issues. The Road Commission for […]

Sponsor a jersey for ‘Football for a Cure’

The second annual Football For A Cure game between Lake Orion and Clarkston high schools isn’t until Oct 18, but now is the time to sponsor a jersey to aid cancer survivors during their treatment. Anyone who wants to help tackle cancer head-on can sponsor a jersey. Players from both teams will wear the jerseys […]

Expectations are high for 2019 Dragon football team

Expectations are high for 2019 Dragon football team

By Joe St. Henry Review Contributing Sports Writer It has been a while since expectations have been this high for the Lake Orion varsity football team, as it prepares for the 2019 season. The Dragons return all of their starters in skill positions on offense, as well as six starters on defense. In fact, third-year […]