Technology grant aids Mercy Academy

Mercy Academy has received a grant of $26,229 from the Kentucky Society for Technology in Education. The grant will be used to purchase iMac computers on which students hope to create an app for school hall passes.

Mercy’s “technology integration specialist” Stephanie Heitz, a Mercy alumna, will lead students in this effort. A press release from the school said no similar apps for this purpose are available and the school plans to share the app will schools around Kentucky.

The release also noted the project exemplifies Mercy’s intention to prepare students with real-world skills.

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