Mercy Updates

  1. 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 »
  2. Mercy Wins Recycling Award!

    Mercy is honored to be the recipient of a recycling award from the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District this year, Outstanding Waste Reduction in a School. “I stress to my students that the work we do together is really about learning how to care for the earth, forming new habits, and finding value… Continue Reading »
  3. Reading Challenge Supports Mercy Neighborhood Ministries

    UPDATE: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries has used the donated cans to pack and deliver food bags to over 100 homebound seniors!  After a successful run with in-person school since August, Mercy Montessori made the difficult decision to go remote the week before winter break. As part of their advent preparations, some of the school’s Lower Elementary… Continue Reading »
  4. 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 »
  5. We Are A Top Workplace!

    We are excited to announce that Mercy has been selected as one of Cincinnati Enquirer’s Top Workplaces! This is our third year in a row for this honor and we are grateful to our entire community for making Mercy a great place to work! Click Here to View: 2020 Top Workplaces
  6. 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 »
  7. History Day Success!

    Mercy Montessori Junior High students had another successful run at National History Day this year!  On April 27th, through a virtual awards ceremony, two of Mercy’s projects were given special recognition: Claire G.- Honorable Mention for her website entitled, “Marie Curie: Defining Her World Through Science” (Click here to view website) Kinsey B., Kennedy O.,… Continue Reading »
  8. Project Uplift

    Mercy Montessori students shared their appreciation and encouragement for 911 telecommunicators during National Public Safety Telecommunications week with inspirational handwritten notes and home-made gifts. Students worked with the Kyle Plush Answer the Call Foundation to create these care packages.  Kyle was a student at Mercy Montessori through sixth grade.  Care packages included encouragement jars with… Continue Reading »
  9. Virtual Stations of the Cross

    Thank you to our Junior High students and staff for creating virtual Stations of the Cross to share with our community. If we had been here in the building today, Heidi and Bryan’s class would share the hand washing tradition and breaking of the bread in the chapel. Our Junior High students would be stationed… Continue Reading »
  10. Sisters of Mercy Response to COVID-19

    In this time of uncertainty, fear and social distancing, Sister Lisa Griffith, RSM, executive director of Mercy Education System of the Americas, addresses all MESA schools with a special message. Please click the “play” button above or view the video here.