Our first coach is Mr. Stara. He attended high school at Aquinas Catholic in David City, Nebraska and college at Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska. He has been coaching track at Mercy for fourteen years and his favorite thing about being a coach is seeing the girls work hard and
Although this year has brought many difficulties, including getting the proper service hours, some opportunities still remain. What can qualify as service hours has also changed a little this year. Although some service opportunities have stayed the same, many have changed due to Covid-19. Mercy girls are required to have a
Everyone knows of NCAA March Madness but every year the men’s tournament gets more attention than the women’s tournament. This year the women’s bracket gained attention for a different reason than the athletic abilities of the women. ”Weight Room” Sedona Prince, who is a player for Oregon, spoke out on Tik Tok
This coming week, Mercy High School will be participating in our annual Mission Week. This year Mercy is working with an organization called the Arise Foundation to help tea workers get the proper resources and protection they need. This foundation largely focuses on helping people involved in human trafficking and
Here at Mercy, we have two wonderful college advisors. Mrs. Laura Powers and Mrs. Driml-Powers are super smart and on top of everything. They see a lot of students every day about college admissions, scholarships, or just general questions. They work in the Academic Success Center and always have an
2020 was definitely a year to remember. Covid struck our world unexpectedly and before we knew it everything was closed down. Life as we knew it was changed. Schools were shut down, along with grocery stores, churches, and local businesses. Travel was immediately limited. Even colleges were shut down completely.