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Lake Orion schools continue to out pace neighboring districts

By Katelyn Crain Intern for The Review Scores for the ACT and Michigan Merit Exams have been released and Lake Orion juniors continue to achieve high standards. There are four levels students can place on the MME: level one is advanced, level two is proficient, level three is partially proficient and level four is not proficient....more >>
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Kwapis makes healthy living his mission

Most teens entering high school in the fall are worried about typical things like what to wear on the first day, whether or not they'll fit in and finding all of their classes, not to mention their locker....more >>

OHS student gets sneak peek at medical world

Oxford High School senior Gregory Rosenhauer got the opportunity of a lifetime to spend two weeks studying medicine in Boston, MA earlier this summer. Rosenhauer attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine from June 26 to July 5....more >>
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Born November 21st
1898: Rene Magritte, surrealist painter (Golconda).
1904: Coleman Hawkins, jazz saxaphonist.
1908: Elizabeth G. Speare, writer of historical novels for children.
1920: Stan The Man Musial, Hall of Fame baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals.
1929: Marilyn French, noveist and critic (The Women's Room).
November 21st
in history
1620: Leaders of the Mayflower expedition frame the Mayflower Compact, designed to bolster unity among the settlers.Plymouth Rock.
1783: Jean de Rozier and the Marquis d'Arlandes make the first free-flight ascent in a balloon, to over 500 feet, in Paris. Jean Pierre Blanchard and the first aerial voyage in the New World.
1789: North Carolina ratifies the Constitution, becoming the 12th state to do it.
1855: Franklin Colman, a pro-slavery Missourian, guns down Charles Dow, a Free Stater from Ohio, near Lawrence, Kansas. Bitter Bushwackers and Jayhawkers.
1864: From Georgia, Confederate General John B. Hood launches the Franklin-Nashville Campaign into Tennessee. Winter Fury Unleashed.