Text Options Font Size: a- A+ Color: A A A A Revert 
Background green

Latest News & Information

Lady Dragons rock in student engineering competitions Lady Dragons Team 302 in action

Dragon female engineering enthusiasts enjoyed the spotlight earlier this month. Several represented Lake Orion’s Team 302 at an all-girls robotics competition held at Bloomfield Hills High School, featuring 32 teams. Only girls were allowed to drive the robots and then fix them between matches. Working under pressure and in alliance with three other teams, Team 302 earned enough points to advance in each round of the finals. In the tie-breaking match, their alliance came out ahead and the girls brought home a trophy to Lake Orion.  At the middle school level, the Lake Orion Robot Rebels FLL (First Lego Team) competed in the Sharkfest qualifying tournament in Troy. They received both the Champion's Award (1st place) and 1st place for robot performance. The Robot Rebels are made up of seven Lake Orion students (one not pictured) – four from Scripps, two from Waldon, and one from Carpenter. They will be competing in the state tournament in December.


LO School Board makes several District restructuring decisions Lake Orion Community Schools

At its November 16, 2016 meeting, the Lake Orion Board of Education made a number of final decisions related to the District's restructuring activities. CLICK HERE to read a summary.  To view the PPT presentation made by Superintendent Marion Ginopolis,  please CLICK HERE.  The next meeting of the School Board is on December 14.



<<December 2016>>