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LOHS Dance Team Winter Clinic, March 3rd

Spring Conferences

Oakview Box Top Contest : Feb 9 - March 9


Bring in your Box Tops!

One STAR Class from each grade will be awarded Donuts for the most Box Tops turned in. One student will be awarded an iTunes gift card from a drawing. 

Click HERE for more details

PTO Meeting - March 12th

Oakview Memory Walkers

Oakview Memory Walkers is our Relay for Life team.  Our mission is to raise awareness and donations for the American Cancer Society through Relay for Life. The Oakview Memory Walkers team was formed in memory of Kathy Luby.  In the past six years we have raised more than $25,000 for the American Cancer Society to help find a cure. 


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District's Art Students Create Mosaics for Children's Hospital of Michigan Opening in Troy

Lake Orion art students from all three middle schools and the high school, recognizing the healing power of art, created beautiful seven-foot tall glass mosaics this winter for the new Children's Hospital of Michigan, opening in Troy later this year. The project was led by district art chairperson and Waldon Middle School art teacher Jessica Kropog.

District Refinances School Bonds, Saving Taxpayers $3.6 Million

Taking advantage of a favorable interest rate environment, earlier this month Lake Orion Community Schools refinanced existing bond debt issued in 2005 and worth $28.3 million. Lake Orion’s Board of Education approved the transaction last fall.

Taxpayers will see a total savings of about $3.6 million as a result of this transaction. This includes direct savings of $2.3 million and a cost avoidance of about $1.3 million that the district would have had to borrow from the state’s School Bond Loan Fund to repay parts of the earlier bond.

School District Names Teachers-of-the-Year!


Lake Orion Community Schools announces the Teacher-of-the-Year honorees for 2015 - one from each level: elementary, middle school and high school.  The winners - Teresa West (top), Orion Oaks Elementary, with Principal Ken Nuss; Matt Moede (middle), Scripps Middle School, with Principal Dan Haas; and Julia Dalrymple (bottom), Lake Orion High School, with Principal Steve Hawley. Congratulations to these outstanding educators and role models, who now move on to represent Lake Orion at the county level. Go Dragons!

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.


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Winter is Here! Weather-Related School Closings

Winter’s icy breath is here.  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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