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LO Bus Driver Competes in International Competition

Lake Orion bus driver Mike Gatlin recently competed in the 45th Annual School Bus Driver International Safety Competition in Minneapolis.  The competition features the best school bus drivers from the United States and Canada.   He was one of only three drivers in the state to qualify for the event.  Mike competed earlier this summer in the State of Michigan School Bus Driving Championship.  This is the first time a Lake Orion bus driver has competed in the International Safety Competition.

Looking for a Good Summer Read? Open Up the Latest Issue of Dragon News!

Scenes from this year’s high school graduation, the formation of a long-range planning committee, new standards-based grading, student media success, spring sports highlights, a new district principal and administrator, spring play highlights and more can be found in the Summer 2015 edition of Dragon News!  CLICK HERE

Swimmers Wanted! LOHS Summer Open Pool Hours

The Lake Orion High School pool is open this summer to the public during open swim hours.  Persons of all ages are welcome to enjoy the pool and its amenities. Lifeguards are on duty.  For a schedule of open swim days and times, CLICK HERE.

2015 LOHS Graduation Ceremony Now Showing; DVDs Available!

ONTV is now showing the 2015 LOHS graduation ceremony on both channels 10 and 22 (Comcast), Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 and 7 p.m., Saturday at noon and Sunday at 4 p.m. DVDs of the ceremony also are available for $10. They can be ordered by contacting the studio at 248-393-1060.

LOHS Educator Named Michigan's Outstanding Biology Teacher by National Organization

Congratulations to Lake Orion High School biology teacher Andrea Brook, who received this year’s Outstanding Biology Teacher Award for the state of Michigan, presented by the National Association of Biology Teachers. According to NABT leadership, Brook’s passion for teaching biology; her creative approach to instruction, including the use of technology; and professional involvement outside of the classroom helped make the choice. She will receive her award this fall at the NABT annual conference.



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