Category: Mercy Updates

  1. Reflections from the Junior High Odyssey Trip

    Each fall, our Junior High students start their year with an Odyssey Trip.  This year, they journeyed to Camp Campbell Gard and experienced a ropes course, team building activities, interactions with nature and animals, archery, and evening campfires.  The Odyssey Trip is an important part of the Montessori adolescent experience.  The adventure-based setting provides an… Continue Reading »
  2. Mercy’s Wildflower Hill

    Wildflower Hill on Mercy’s campus started with Doug Lambert’s vision to turn an “ugly” hillside, un-mowable because of its steep grade, into something beautiful for all to enjoy. This hill is front and center, down from the Farmessori and across from Mercy’s front entrance. If you know Doug, he is an avid seed saver who… Continue Reading »
  3. Students Grow Skills and Love of Earth on School Farm

    Erdkinder directress, Jocelyn Welch, was a featured writer for the Sisters of Mercy Laudato Si’ story series.   Click on the article below to learn more about the Erdkinder/Farmessori Program: Students Grow Skills and Love of Earth on School Farm
  4. Mercy Gives Back

    This holiday season, Mercy has been fortunate to support area organizations thanks the the generosity of their students and school families. Upper Elementary students organized the 23rd Annual Christmas Drive in support of Found Village, whose mission is to empower teens from hard places to reach their full potential.   Gifts cards, toys, clothes, and games… Continue Reading »
  5. Open House: Sunday, February 6th (1-3pm)

    Learn all about Mercy Montessori! We invite you to join us for an open house event on Sunday, February 6th from 1-3pm.  At the event, you can tour the school, meet Mercy teachers, and learn more about our Montessori curriculum.  Please register here so that we can ensure social distancing at the event. If you… Continue Reading »
  6. Mercy Memorial Garden

    We are creating a special memorial space with forget-me-not flowers on Mercy’s campus, to remember loved ones lost during the pandemic. The location will be part of our wildflower hill along the east side of our lower drive, across from the front office. Below are some photos of Farmessori camp students planting the forget-me-not seeds this summer…. Continue Reading »
  7. Mercy Meet-Ups

    Join our Mercy administration team for a series of virtual information sessions for prospective parents. Hosted on Tuesday nights at 6:30pm, these virtual chats will give you an opportunity to learn more about a Mercy education, ask questions, and interact with school leadership. Registration is available here, or you can contact our Admissions Directress, Amanda… Continue Reading »
  8. Mercy Is Hiring!

    Consider joining our team at Mercy, voted a Top Workplace for the past three years!  We have several job opportunities available this fall.   If you are interested in learning more or would like to apply, please contact Kristin Weiss – or (513) 475-6700 ext. 264. Lunch and Recess Support Worker (Part Time) Substitute Teacher… Continue Reading »
  9. Ways To Support Mercy

    Donor-Advised Fund If you have a donor-advised fund, you can request a grant be made to Mercy Montessori from your fund. If your grant administrator needs verification of our tax-exempt status, our EIN number is #31-1578538. Did you know you can suggest multi-year grants that are distributed on a regular schedule? You can request an… Continue Reading »
  10. COVID-19 Resources and Updates

    Click Here to View Our COVID-19 Tracking Dashboard Daily COVID Health Check Form COVID & Remote Learning FAQs Task Force Work – By The Numbers Mercy Restart Guide Protocols for Addressing COVID-19 Related Scenarios and Conditions for Return to School Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 Task Force Committee List Parent Q&A with Dr…. Continue Reading »