Mercy Updates

  1. Children Love Parent-Child Work Nights

    Montessori students love to demonstrate their skills during Parent-Child Work Nights. On October 3rd Mercy’s lower elementary classrooms were full of busy children and engaged parents, many of whom had a chance to learn educational concepts in a whole new way. These scheduled evenings are an ideal opportunity to see the Montessori curriculum in action,… Continue Reading »
  2. Junior High Begins an Ambitious Year of Community Service

    Every other Wednesday the junior high attends three different service projects: Camp Stepping Stones, Gorman Farm, and Senior Services with Mercy Neighborhood Ministries. “These are all engaging and important experiences for our junior high students,” reflects Lisa Klus, Mercy’s Assistant Principal. The farm work is based around Maria Montessori’s dynamic Erdkinder concept, which calls for adolescent children to… Continue Reading »
  3. Alumnus Profile: Ted Kremer ’00

    Ted Kremer has been enjoying an up close and personal experience with the Cincinnati Reds ever since his family was the high bidder of Honorary Bat Boy for a Day at Mercy’s annual spring auction in 2012. In addition to his very busy work and social schedule, Ted keeps being called up to the Reds’… Continue Reading »
  4. Alumna Profile: Teresa Riva ’99

    Alumna Teresa Riva recently relocated from Los Angeles with Procter & Gamble and is a wonderful addition to Mercy’s Board of Directors. She is Brand Manager of Global Hair Care Front End Innovation and has been with P & G since her graduation University of Notre Dame. Teresa is pictured (with her mother, Charlene Riva)… Continue Reading »
  5. Ideal Graduate Statements

    The ideal graduate from Mercy Montessori Center will: Make moral, sound decisions based on the Gospel message. Be an active participant in church or place of worship. Be grounded in the Catholic faith and have an open respect and appreciation of other faiths. Possess a solid grasp of the fundamentals of mathematics, language arts, social… Continue Reading »