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The regularly scheduled Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education meetings will temporarily be in a remote format for the trustees and LOCS administration.
The public will be able to view it on the ONTV livestream at

Read Superintendent Susan Enfield’s message to students, families and staff about the need to become an anti-racist community
In November, Highline voters will be asked to approve a two-year, $32.5-million technology levy. If approved, the levy will provide the tools students need to prepare for today’s careers and address the urgent need to support distance learning during the pandemic.

“The best thing about our school’s leadership program is the work we do with our community outside of school. The program has taught each and every one of the students valuable life lessons that we keep with us the rest of our lives.”
“Leadership has taught me that you can be abnormal, you can take risks and that serving others will go a long way. Going the extra mile can be lonely, but that is what makes you a leader. I like my leadership class because I can be outside of my comfort zone while serving others.”