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Wear a hat on Friday to support a great cause!
Oakview Memory Walkers will be taking
$1.00 donations on Friday if you want to wear a hat

Learning Options High School: A Better Choice for Alternative Education

Structured, Focused and Results-Oriented. Learning Options High School, Lake Orion's alternative education choice, is accepting a limited number of students from both inside and outside the school district for the winter semester 2015, starting January 26.  Learning Options' unique approach combines classroom instruction with online coursework in a small-school setting that fosters communication, a strong-sense of self-worth and accountability.  Visit the school's open house on Jan. 7, 2015, from 6-8 p.m, to meet our students, educators and see our facility.  For more information, contact Learning Options coordinator Drew Towlerton, 248-693-5450.

Winter 2015 Edition of Dragon News Now Available!

A parent workshop, bond refinancing, winter weather, a baby sturgeon, free software, math night, national band and choir honors, a special holiday party, sports plus plenty of pictures and more in the Winter 2015 issue of Dragon News, available by clicking HERE.


OLWEUS Bully Prevention

Lake Orion High School Earns Accreditation
After two days of extensive interviews with school district administrators, high school teachers, support staff, students and community leaders, the AdvancED Accreditation Commission’s external review team awarded Lake Orion High School the distinction of accreditation this week. It expires on June 30, 2019. The team provided the school with scores in teaching and learning impact, leadership capacity and resource utilization that exceeded the national average of all AdvancED accredited schools across the nation. A more detailed report on the team’s findings will be available later this winter.

Winter is Here! Time to Talk Weather-Related School Closings

Winter’s icy breath has come early this year.  At least we are not alone, for most of the country is unseasonably cold right now.  Thank you Mother Nature!  Nobody wishes a repeat of last winter, but Superintendent Ginopolis and her team recognize there will probably be at least a few days of missed school due to inclement weather.  The district also knows the decision to open or close the district in such situations has a big impact on families.  Our top priority when making such choices is the safety of our students and staff.  A number of factors are considered when making the decision to close our schools due to the weather conditions.  Click Here

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