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Boys Basketball

If you have questions, please feel free to contact
Coaches: Mr. Steakley (7th grade) or Mr. Kimball (8th grade).



Oakview Box Top Contest : Oct. 10th - Nov. 7th

 

Bring in your Box Tops!

One STAR Class from each grade will be awarded Bagels, Cream Cheese and a teacher gift for the most Box Tops turned in.

Click HERE for more details



Student Council Coat Drive



Student Council Spiritwear Sale


From the Student Council....


Lake Orion Students Now Have Access to Free Microsoft Office Software for Home Computers
The Lake Orion Community Schools district is now participating in the Office 365 Student Advantage Program. This gives our students in grades 3 through 12 free access to the full version of the latest Microsoft Office suite of programs, installed directly from the Office 365 web portal on up to five Windows or Mac computers. Middle school and high school students have an Office 365 log-in to gain immediate access; elementary students will receive their Office 365 account information from their school, so parents can help them download the free software. Please note elementary students will not have access to Office 365 email. Click here for more information, http://www.lakeorion.k12.mi.us/content_page.aspx?cid=2018
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Destination Imagination


 



7/8 Grade Choir Trip to Cleveland, May 8-9, 2015

Register Below:


 



Voters to Decide Renewal of Non-Homestead Operating Tax Levy

This November 4, voters within the Lake Orion Community Schools district will be asked to renew our non-homestead operating tax levy.  Principal residences do not pay this tax.  Also, this is not a new tax - the tax levy has been in place since Proposal A was passed in 1994, with the last renewal in 2005.  The district is requesting another ten-year renewal.  To learn more, CLICK HERE.


A Special Message from Superintendent Ginopolis and the Lake Orion School Board


Middle School Concept


Math Practice Links:

                



Detroit Symphony Orchestra Delights at LOHS
A packed LOHS auditorium greeted the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the musicians did not disappoint with an hour long free performance for the community. Principal Steve Hawley and Lake Orion's music students presented conductor Leonard Statkin with a special 70th birthday cake prior to the rousing performance of the full orchestra. Statkin commented to the crowd how nice it was to play in such a facility. It was a night that nobody in attendance will forget for a long time.  Visit the district's Facebook page for more photos!

New School Year Edition of Dragon News!

There's plenty of news to share about Lake Orion Community Schools in the latest edition of Dragon News, just in time for the start of school for all students and families in the district.  To read it, CLICK HERE .


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