Announcements

WSU Society of Engineers Event

Wayne State University's Society of Women Engineers is putting on our annual FutureSWE event on February 27, 2016 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. This is meant to introduce middle and high school girls to various engineering fields they can purse after graduation. This event is free to students and includes breakfast, lunch, hands-on engineering activities, and freebies. More information can be found here in this flyer, and on the website at http://tinyurl.com/guzcdvd. There are 210 spots available to students. There are also spots available to parents and faculty for $5.

Attend Auction 2016!

Upcoming Gift Gathering Parties
You are invited to an upcoming gift gathering party Friday, January 22nd 7-9pm at the Lenyo Home in Northville. Additional details regarding both these evenings are available here

 

Dale Carnegie Course

Dear Mercy Parents and Students,

An invitation was extended to all members of the Mercy community to learn about the Dale Carnegie Course. Attend a free orientation on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 from 5:00pm - 7:30pm at Brother Rice High School.

Details are provided in the flyer you can view and download here. If you have questions, contact instructor Kathy Tosoian at kathy.tosoian@michigan.dalecarnegie.com or 248-867-6138.

Liturgy & Breakfast

Liturgy and Breakfast

Mark your calendar! Please join the Mercy Dads Club for our annual Liturgy and Breakfast on Sunday, January 10. We'll start with Mass in the Mercy Chapel at 10:00 AM followed by breakfast and socializing in the school cafeteria. This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate Mercy life and to give thanks for the many blessings we have received this year.

Parking Lot Safety

Dear Mercy Parents/Guardians,
You have probably noticed some changes to improve parking lot safety and there are more to come. There is now a security guard positioned at the 11 Mile Road "Entrance Only" driveway at the end of the school day. The purpose of the guard is to prevent cars from exiting out of this entrance only. Parents and students are doing this and it is extremely dangerous for sidewalk cyclists and pedestrians and impedes the flow of traffic.
 

Message from Mrs. Ewald

Dear Mercy Parents,
 
After much thought and many prayers I have decided to retire at the end of the semester. I joined the Mercy family back in September 1976. In 1979, I enrolled my oldest daughter, Ann-Margret '83; then came Jennifer '85; and finally Stephanie '89.  I taught all of them the Relationships class for which I am known. Along with my daughters, I also have had the opportunity to teach my oldest granddaughter, Samantha Ewald Wenson '11 and her sister Josephine Wenson '17. There are three more Ewald granddaughters presently attending Mercy with two more coming in a year and a half. Mercy runs in our DNA. 

 

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