Announcements

Diversity Workshops

All sophomores, juniors, and seniors, with a select group of freshmen, will attend a Diversity Workshop, here at Mercy, in the upcoming weeks. Students will be assigned to one 3-hour session, either 8-11 a.m. or 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. The workshop will focus on topics like diversity, inclusion, stereotypes, unconscious bias, and more (see the workshop outline below).
 
The first workshop will be held on Tuesday, February 28, the other dates are Friday, March 10; Tuesday, March 21; Monday, March 27; and Friday, March 31. All workshops will be held in the Lobby.
 
Workshop Outline
  •  Icebreaker
  • Objectives
  •  Define "diversity" and "inclusion"
  • Exercise
  • Diversity Wheel discussion

Junior Retreat

Dear Mercy Junior Parents,
Greetings from the Pastoral Ministry Office at Mercy High School! Here at Mercy we are very proud to offer our students a four-year retreat program. Each year, your daughter has an opportunity to attend a retreat sponsored by Mercy's Pastoral Ministry Office. As a freshwoman, the retreat focuses on the gifts that each human person is blessed with and how they can begin to recognize those gifts and share them with others. At the sophomore retreat, the focus is on service and how the student can use the gifts and talents that she started to recognize as a freshman, to better serve her family and the community around her.
 

New Archery Team

Attention Mercy Students and Parents:

 

Interested in archery? This spring, for the first time, Mercy students may join an archery team. The program begins March 15th and will be run by Farmington Hills Parks and Recreation at their wonderful facility Riley Archery Range in Heritage Park.

An informational meeting will be held in the Mercy Cafeteria on Thursday, January 26 at 6:30 PM

CLICK HERE for informational brochure and registration form.

Thank you,
Mercy Athletic Department

WSU Engineering Event

Dear Junior & Senior Parents / Guardians: 
 
The following invitation was received by Mercy. We are extending the opportunity to our current 11th and 12th graders. We may have up to a maximum of 25 students attend this wonderful engineering event.
 
Please have your daughter consider if she would like to attend and if so, please have her inform her current science teacher or Mrs. Cathy Riley, the science department chairperson, no later than January 19th.

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