LOCS seeks ‘qualified individuals’ for bond design committee

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Since passing a $160 million bond back in the November general election, the Lake Orion Community Schools district has hit the ground running to get the projects planned. District officials have been working closely with GMB Architects + Engineering to begin bond work that, after eight years, will leave no […]

Carpenter Elementary floods

Carpenter Elementary floods

Students and staff at Carpenter Elemetary were surprised to hear that they have more additional time off of school on Monday and Tuesday this week after several pipes were found to have burst. Lake Orion Community School’s Operations crew and Carpenter staff flocked to the building to find water-soaked carpet, a flooded library and large […]

Lady Dragon’s Bowling first team in state to bowl a 300 Baker

Lady Dragon’s Bowling first team in state to bowl a 300 Baker

The ladies attended the Tri-County Invitational hosted by Troy High School at Five Star Lanes on Jan. 26. The invitational was all Baker format and consisted of 12 games with the top 16 advancing to head-to-head matches. The lady Dragons set a record during Baker play with a 300 in game three. This made them […]

Dragon Sports

Dragon Sports

Many of our Lake Orion teams had games last week including: Boys basketball, girls basketball, hockey, competitive cheer and boys swim & dive. For more Dragon sports coverage and photos please see the Jan. 30 issue of The Lake Orion Review.

Lake Orion varsity wrestling takes 1st place in Lakeland Invitational

Lake Orion varsity wrestling takes 1st place in Lakeland Invitational

The Lake Orion Varsity wrestling team traveled to Lakeland for the Lakeland Invitational on Jan. 19. The boys fought hard to secure a 1st place team finish and take home the Invitational trophy. Seniors Patrick Dunn, Jaden Fisher, Dylan Wellbaum, Zac Foote, Hunter Chambers and junior Andrew Miller all took 1st place in their weight […]

LOHS seeks area businesses to take part in Career Day

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion High School plans its first Career Day this May, and high school instructors are looking to partner with area businesses that want to host students to expose them to potential career paths. “We are looking for businesses to either open their doors to let students come in for […]

Newly reorganized LOCS Board discusses schools of choice at Jan. 9 meeting

By Megan Kelley Review Writer In the first school board meeting of 2019, the board opened up their Jan. 9 meeting with their annual organizational meeting. After very little discussion, there was some slight reorganization of board members. Treasurer Jim Weidman nominated Birgit McQuiston for the spot of school board president. McQuiston, who was previously […]

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