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  • Airport High School is a Nut Free Building.  Please do not bring foods that contain nuts in.  Please see the office if you have any questions.
  • Airport Community Schools is sponsoring a Mobile Food Pantry.  Please see the attached flyer.  Click here:  Mobile Food Pantry Flyer
  • Attention Students The Orchards Manufactured Home Park on Telegraph Rd. is accepting applications for lawn care during the summer.  You must be 16 years old and have a driver’s license.  You may apply at their office after school – 5:00 pm.
  • Attention Seniors Remember to order your Class Panoramic Photograph by going on line or mailing your order forms to Schoolpictures.com by Thursday, April 17, 2014.
  • Attention Seniors Your memory paper must be turned in by C lunch on Wednesday, April 16 to room 12.
  • Attention Students Monroe County Community College will be hosting a Dual Enrollment night on May 15 from 6 – 7 pm.  It will be held in Building “A” room 173 A/B. 
  • Spring Break April 18 to April 25.
  • Attention Juniors and SeniorsProm tickets will be on sale during lunch starting Monday.  The price is $65.  You must be in good standing with your class dues to purchase tickets.  LAST DAY TO PURCHASE TICKETS IS APRIL 17.
  • Attention Students Do you know what your student handbook says about the dress code?  Check out page 17 for the answer!
  • Attention Students Starting Monday, April 14 Airport will be holding the 3rd annual character Development Spirit Week.  Each day students are encouraged to wear the color of the day.   Monday:  Purple.  Tuesday:  Red and Pink.  Wednesday:  Yellow.  Thursday:  Blue.  Each of these colors and days stand for an important pillar of character building.  The third hour class with the most participation will be given a prize on Monday after spring break.
  • Attention StudentsSpring is here and AGT is just around the corner!  Sign yourself up to participate in this year’s talent show, which will be held on Wednesday, April 16 at 7:00 pm.  The sign-up sheet is posted outside of room 101 only until 2:14 pm on April 11.  Auditions will be held on Monday, April 14 only for those who signed up by the deadline.
  • Attention Juniors Do you know that you can get high school elective credit for work experience outside of the school and you can leave school early to earn this credit?  Stop by room 100 and see Mrs. Millican for an application.  All you need is a job and a vehicle to transport yourself to the work site.
  • Attention Students Would you like to win $30 in candy?  Stop by Mrs. Hopper’s classroom (#15) and take a guess of how many pieces of candy are in the jar in the trophy case outside of the office.  It is only $1.00 to make a guess.  The person who is the closest will win.  Guessing will continue through 4/17.  The winner will be announced at the end of the day on the 17.
  • Attention Seniors Ask your parents if they would like to purchase a “Congratulations Graduate Sign” for their yard.  If interested see Mrs. Millican.  The cost is $20.
  • Attention Vocational Students No Vocational on 4/17 at Riverview, Flat Rock and Grosse Ile.
  • Attention Students If you plan on participating in the Poetry Slam, please register online and bring your poem to Mrs. Brakel.  Please complete this before Spring Break if possible.  The second annual Will Carleton Poetry Slam will be held at AHS on Tuesday, April 29 at 6:30 pm in the AHS Library.  Trophies and Prizes will be awarded to the winners.  Please come and join us.  The information and application are available via the district web site under libraries – poetry slam.  You may also pick up the information in the library or from your language arts teacher. Hope to see you there! 
  • Attention Seniors – application Forms for the AEA teacher’s scholarship are available starting March 18 in Mrs. Olson’s room.  It is room #26.  The completed forms are due back by April 17.  No late applications will be accepted.
  • Attention Students – The library will be hosting two events this spring.  Please mark these events on your calendar.  April 14– 17 Scholastic Book Fair in the Library.  The book fair will be open during school hours and on April 16 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  Proceeds benefit the Page Turners Book Club and the LibraryApril 29The Will Carleton Poetry Slam will be held in the library at 6:30 pm.  All students and teachers are invited to participate.  May 16 at 7:00 pm Michigan Notable Author Tour – Author Jean Alicia Elster will be here.  More information will be forthcoming.   
  • If you are interested in Fellowship of Christian Students, see Ms. Kennedy in room 43B.  We will meet on Thursday’s afterschool from 2:15 – 3:15 in room 43B.
  • The AHS library would be happy to take your old magazines.  They will be used by the high school library and by Niedermeier Center for Education.  After we have used them they will be recycled.  We thank you in advance for any magazines that you can send our way.  Donations may be dropped off in the AHS library.
  • All AHS Students are welcome to attend the Theatre club (AHSTC) meeting held in room 101 every other Thursday from 2:30 – 3:30 pm  Come meet new people and have some fun.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Whitelaw at jwhitelaw@airport.k12.mi.us .  We hope to see your student there!
  • Math help is available during the following lunches with Mrs. Olson in Room 26.  Monday A and C Lunch.  Tuesday A and B Lunch.  Thursday B and C Lunch.  Friday A and C Lunch.
  • Class Dues are payable to the class advisors.  Seniors – Mrs. Agrusa and Ms. Rigel.  Juniors – Mrs. Muheisen and Mrs. Karavas.  Sophomores – Mrs. Botten and Mrs. Williams.  Freshman – Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs. VanWasshenova.
  • Presale tickets for students for admission to all Huron League away games are available in the High School at the cost of $2.00.  You may purchase as many tickets in advance that you like.  Money from the sale of those tickets stays at Airport!
  • Tuesdays with Teachers – Every Tuesday from 2:30 – 3:00 teachers are available in their classroom to help students with their studies.
  • The High School library is open after school every day from 2:14 – 3:30 pm.  Students are able to use the computers to work on their school work.
  • Students who participate in after school functions are able to stop by the cafeteria to pick up a free snack and a free drink provided by Sodexo Food Service.
  • Your AHS library recycles computer ink, laser and toner cartridges.  We also recycle cell phones, gps devices, digital cameras and mp3 players.  If you are looking for a place to recycle these items please bring them to your library and place them in the recycling drop box.  If you or any family member works for a company, that is seeking a place to recycle any of these items, we can set the company up with a direct account with our recycling efforts.  Please ask Mrs. Mullins or Mrs. Brakel and we can get them set up.  All proceeds made from this program benefit your library!
  • Your Airport Community School district libraries participate in the Gordon Food Service (GFS) FunFunds program.  Come to the library and sign up for a FunFunds card.  Each time you shop at GFS they will scan your card and a portion of the proceeds from your sale will benefit your library.  The card costs you nothing and you will receive coupons in the mail, periodically, that will give you discounts when you shop.  Support your library and have your friends and family members sign up for a card.
Schools starts at 7:23 am and dismisses at 2:14 pm.

1st Hour:   7:23 am - 8:22 am
2nd Hour:  8:27 am - 9:26 am
3rd Hour:   9:31 am - 10:30 am
4th Hour:   10:35 am - 11:05 am
5th Hour:   12:11 pm - 1:10 pm
6th Hour:   1:15 pm- 2:14 pm

A Lunch:  10:35 am - 11:05 am
B Lunch:  11:06 am - 11:36 am
C Lunch   11:36 am - 12:06 pm

To report an absence at Airport High School please call:

734-654-6208 then press 1

High School Athletic Events - Spring 2014

Call the Athletic Office at 734-654-4077 after 1:00 pm for any game changes due to inclement weather.

Baseball - Varsity

Baseball - Junior Varsity

Baseball - Freshman

Golf - Varsity Boys

Soccer - Varsity Girls

Softball - Varsity

Softball - Junior Varsity

Tennis - Varsity Girls

Tennis - Junior Varsity Girls

Track & Field - Boys/Girls