The 11th annual Schrauger Memorial 5k will bring the Lake Orion and running club communities together in celebration of the memory of Joshua and Timothy Schrauger, on Nov. 18.

The 11th annual Schrauger Memorial 5k will bring the Lake Orion and running club communities together in celebration of the memory of Joshua and Timothy Schrauger, on Nov. 18.

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Waldon Middle School has a new robotics team, the Waldon Dragons. The team had its first meeting on Sept. 9 and will compete in their first meet on Nov. 18. Robotics at the middle school level consists of a maximum of 15 students. The process to be on the team […]

LO student count numbers

Student count day was Oct. 4 in Lake Orion Community Schools and the unofficial numbers are in. The district had a total enrollment of 7,362 students, said Nancy Limback, pupil accounting specialist for Lake Orion schools. Lake Orion High School had 2,411 students. The Waldon, Scripps and Oakview middle schools had a total of 1,782 […]

Homecoming Week thrives at LOHS

Homecoming Week thrives at LOHS

Homecoming week is in full swing across Lake Orion schools, with the Homecoming Parade and student Activities Night on Sunday kicking off a week long celebration in preparation for the big game on Friday. The Powder Puff football game is 7 p.m. Thursday at the LOHS football field. The students hold a Pep Assembly at […]

Paint Creek receives Good Health Report from Scripps M.S.

Paint Creek receives Good Health Report from Scripps M.S.

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Last Friday (Sept. 29), during a sunny fall morning after a slight shower, the eighth-grade science class from Scripps Middle School gathered at the banks of Paint Creek in Children’s Park in preparation of putting their science skills to the test. The kids’ job for the day was to test […]

St. Joseph’s students pack boxes at Gleaners

Some students at St. Joseph School in Lake Orion started off the school year by helping out others in the community. Sixth grade students went to Gleaners Food Bank in Pontiac to sort cans and other food products to be donated to needy families. The sixth graders collected over 400 pounds of food, which will […]

Lake Orion schools to sell Clarkston Road property, repurpose Pine Tree

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion Community Schools plans to sell property it owns in Oakland Township and will repurpose Pine Tree Elementary, something the school board members had hoped for all along after announcing last November that the district would close the school. The board of education directed Superintendent Marion Ginopolis and the […]

Lake Orion has ‘America’s Favorite Crossing Guard’

By Jim Newell Review Editor For five years Penni Robertson has stepped into Flintridge Street near Joslyn Road holding her stop sign high and beckoning Carpenter Elementary students to cross the street, one eye on the motorists, the other on her charges. Now, when Robertson wades out into the street – with a smile for […]

Lake Orion schools cut one principal position, reassigns three others to new buildings for next school year

By Jim Newell Review Editor As part of Lake Orion Community Schools restructuring plans, one elementary school principal has been laid off due to the closure of Pine Tree Elementary beginning in the 2017-18 school year. Three other elementary building principals have been reassigned to new schools to help the students with the transition process. […]

Lake Orion Community Schools — Building and Site Sinking Fund Update

February 22, 2017 Fund Operations, Internal Controls and Revenue Update: Building and Site Sinking Fund revenue is managed using a separate bank account and reconciliation process. The project management planning, oversite and internal control team and processes have been defined and are now in place. Projected tax revenue for the December 2016 levy is $3.4 […]