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 […]

LOHS holds 4th annual Cell Out for Soldiers fundraiser

LOHS holds 4th annual Cell Out for Soldiers fundraiser

By Jim Newell Review Editor For active-duty military men and women and their loved ones at home, just getting a phone call can make the difference in the trying times when they are separated by military service. On Friday, Lake Orion High School students will help bridge that gap by establishing a connection between soldiers […]

SNOW DAY!

SNOW DAY!

Here, left to right, are Riley, 4th grade, Dylan, 6th grade and Ryan, 4th grade, as they grabbed their sleds and headed over to Paint Creek Elementary to find the biggest hills they could sail down on the unexpected day off school. Photo by Susan Carroll.   It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! […]

Two Dragon wrestlers win at county championships

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Dragon Wrestling team was one of over thirty teams battling for Oakland County Championships this past weekend, and two of the grapplers took first place in their respective weight classes at the tournament. After two days of wrestling, the Dragons as a team finished third at the […]

Lake Orion competitive cheer team is athletic and intense

Lake Orion competitive cheer team is athletic and intense

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The LOHS competitive cheer team consists of 26 talented lady athletes. It’s a school sport developed by the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA); it is challenging and it requires athleticism. Tryouts were held over a two-day period in early November. The team had one month to prepare for their […]

Lake Orion schools get clean audit

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion Community Schools received an “unmodified opinion” on its annual audit report, the highest form assurance it could receive, from its auditors during the board of education meeting Nov. 29. The audit covered the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2016 and ending June 30, 2017. Donna Hanson, a partner […]

8 LOHS athletes sign letters of intent to play college sports

8 LOHS athletes sign letters of intent to play college sports

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Lake Orion held its National fall 2017 signing day and will send eight LOHS athletes off to play college sports after signing commitment letters on Nov. 8. This is the first of three official signing days for the school year. “This is a special day and we like to make […]