Announcements

All School Assembly 5/15

On Monday, May 15th, all students will attend an informative and inspiring, in-school assembly addressing body image. Two guest speakers will be providing both personal and professional insight into topics such as: society/media influence on body image; battling negative self-talk; healthy versus unhealthy or disordered eating habits; the dangers of dietary fads; and some common nutritional myths. Their bios are listed below. The assembly will close with an opportunity for students to submit questions via text message to a panel including our two guest speakers, a representative from Timberline Knolls, and a current Mercy student.

Guest Speakers:

New Principal

Dear Friends of Mercy,

I hope you had a restful and wonderful Easter break! I'm delighted to announce that Mrs. Patricia Sattler, Dean of Students at Gabriel Richard Catholic High School in Riverview, will be the next Principal of Mercy High School beginning July 1, 2017. Mrs. Sattler has served as a team chair for the AdvancED accreditation process, has elementary through high school experience, and expertise in instructional improvement and technology. She is a dedicated Catholic, family member, lifetime learner, and Catholic educator who embraces the Mercy charism.

Transportation Survey

MERCY TRANSPORTATION SURVEY
 
Mercy offers chartered bus service. Bus routes are arranged based on existing routes and new requests made each year by Mercy families.
 
Students who are residents of the Farmington/Farmington Hills School District are eligible to ride the public school bus free of charge, according to the public school year schedule. Please complete the form at http://mhsmi.org/contact/transportation#Farm and email to kmscalzi@mhsmi.org.
 

Sports Physicals

Henry Ford Sports Medicine

Mercy High School Sports Physicals

Henry Ford Health System MHSAA physicals are offered to current and incoming Mercy High School athletes. They will be held in the gymnasium at Mercy on May 24th from 5:00 - 7:00 pm. Please sign up with student's name for one time slot. Students may be seen without a parent provided that the MHSAA form is completed and signed by both student and parent prior to arriving.

Program on Personal Safety

Dear Freshwomen Parents:

Since 2007, the United States Council of Catholic Bishops has required all high schools to present an educational program on personal safety to all of its 9th and 10th grade students. The program selected by the Archdiocese of Detroit for the 9th grade is "Called to Protect." The 9th grade program teaches teens how to recognize personal boundaries (physical, emotional, behavioral) and also how to respond if someone attempts to violate any of those boundaries.

BBFA Program

Dear Mercy Parents/Guardians:

Please see information below about a free community parent program offered by the BBFA (Building Better Families through Action). BBFA is a non-profit community organization that promotes healthy families by actively educating, informing and providing tools to parents and the community about healthy parenting as well as the prevention of substance abuse and other destructive behaviors.

Your Teen & The Law

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