Mercy Updates

  1. Mercy Donates Furniture to the Center for Respite Care

    Students at Mercy Montessori voted last school year to donate our recycled caps to make a bench for the Center for Respite Care.  Seventh level students, Kinsey Bowling and Olivia Ellerman sort and organize caps every Friday.  Because of their tremendous volunteer effort, we asked them to accompany us to the Center for Respite Care… Continue Reading »
  2. Sister City Art Show To Feature 37 Mercy Artists!

    Thirty seven of our second through sixth level students will have artwork showing in a special Sister Cities art exhibit that will take place in Cincinnati and in Kharkiv, Ukraine. All are invited to this fun holiday art show.   In addition, the Ukrainian Artist will be working with our Upper El students at school on… Continue Reading »
  3. Mercy Welcomes Kristin Weiss, Director of Advancement

    We are excited to welcome Kristin Weiss to the Mercy Montessori staff!   Kristin will be serving as Mercy’s Director of Advancement and job sharing with Gretchen Hooker in the Advancement / Communications office.  Kristin Weiss brings nearly two decades of successful non-profit fundraising experience to our school. Most recently, she served as Executive Director of… Continue Reading »
  4. Honey Harvest!

    Mercy’s Bee Team had their first successful harvest of honey from their hives.  The team expects to yield 20 pounds of honey from this first extraction.  Plans are to sell the honey as part of their microeconomy business.  The team is working hard on setting up their website, identifying pricing structures, and marketing this new… Continue Reading »
  5. Mercy Walk-A-Thon

    Click here to sponsor a student walker! Mercy students kicked off the school Walk-A-Thon with a pep rally in the gym. The Junior High shared information about the event with a fun skit on stage and then lead the school in a Walk-A-Thon cheer.  All proceeds from the event will support the MMPA and the Athletic… Continue Reading »
  6. Alumni News: Charlie Klesa Selected for School of American Ballet

    An update on Charlie Klesa, a former Mercy student, and his incredible success in the competitive world of ballet.  His mother, Molly, shared his accomplishments with one of our Upper Elementary teachers via email. We are so proud of Charlie! This summer, Charlie attended the summer intensive program at the School of American Ballet in… Continue Reading »
  7. Mercy Voted A Top Workplace by Cincinnati Enquirer

    Mercy was recently honored as one of Greater Cincinnati’s Top Workplaces by the Cincinnati Enquirer.   After participating in a survey distributed through the Enquirer and its partner company, Energage, Mercy employees answered 24 questions about seven areas including: company alignment, effectiveness, connection, managers, employee engagement, leadership, and pay/benefits/flexibility.   Employee recognition, a clear company mission, and… Continue Reading »
  8. Mercy Recognized as A Laudato Si Community By Archdiocese

    Catholic communities honored for ‘Care of Our Common Home’ Pope Francis called on people to take better care of “Mother Earth” and 13 parishes, schools and religious congregations were recognized for doing so. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: https://cin.ci/2K86JHbhttps://cin.ci/2K86JHb View photos of the service here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/VmPAMyY1S9fyZEPE8