Daily Announcements

2018 DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, May 31, LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

Have a great summer!

Wednesday, May 30, Red Day

If you want to buy a yearbook, please bring $45 to room 215.

Please make sure ALL books are turned in to the Creekside Commons ASAP

Have a great Wednesday Creekside! Tomorrow is the last day of school!

Tuesday, May 29, Blue Day

If you want to buy a yearbook, please bring $45 to room 215.

Interested in trying out for the Tennis Team?  This is open to all 6th, 7th and 8th Grade boys and girls.  Please stop by Mr. Grant’s Room #307 in the 8th grade hall before or after school any day this week to grab a handout with details for tryouts.

Friday, May 25, Red Day

No new announcements.

Thursday, May 24, Blue Day

Didn't pre-order a yearbook?  You can purchase one starting tomorrow in Room 215. Most people ordered online, so there are not many left! First come, first served. Books are $45. Bring exact change or a check. Don’t miss out!  

Teachers, please do not forget to tune to channel 95 at this time on Friday for the latest edition of the student video magazine, The Morning Vibe.

Wednesday, May 23, Red Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer?  The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27)   You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website.  See Officer Livingston for more information!

Didn't pre order a yearbook?  You can purchase one starting this Friday in Room 215. First come, first served. Books are $45. Bring exact change or a check. Don’t miss out! 

Tuesday, May 22, Blue Day

All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for the volleyball team in August need to come to the callout meeting on Thursday, May 24 at 7:10AM in Room 411.  Girls will receive information regarding the tryout start date and what they need to do to be prepared for volleyball tryouts. If you have any questions before then, see Coach Abel or Coach Gemelas-Wood.

The Boys Track team finished their undefeated season Friday night as Hamilton County Champs! Jaedon King won 1st place in the long jump, Krishna Thiru won 1st place in the 1600 and James Philpott won 1st place in the hurdles. Congratulations to each of the boys on a great season!

Didn't pre order a yearbook? You can purchase one starting this Friday in Room 215. Most people ordered online, so there are not many left! First come, first served. Books are $45. Bring exact change or a check. Don’t miss out! 

The final Harry Potter club meeting will be after school on Tuesday until the late bus. Please feel free to bring snacks to share and a device to participate in our scavenger hunt.

Monday, May 21, Red Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer?  The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27)  Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more!  You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems.  You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website.  See Officer Livingston for more information!

Friday, May 18, Blue Day

If you are a current 7th grader that is applying for NJHS next year, applications are due in Mrs. Wilhelm’s room (419) by 3:00 today.  You MUST include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your application.

The Creekside Golf Club Scramble is tomorrow!  Be sure to turn in your form & money to Mrs. Lush by today.  We are looking forward to a great day on the course and pizza afterwards.  Thank you again to Miles Dunbar and Claire Swathwood, the creators of the club.  We have had lots of fun, and crazy competitions.


Thursday, May 17, Red Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer? The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27). Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more! You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems. You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website. See Officer Livingston for more information!

If you are a current 7th grader that is applying for NJHS next year, applications are due in Mrs. Wilhelm’s room (419) by 3:00 this Friday, May 18. You MUST include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your application.

The Creekside Golf Club Scramble is THIS Saturday!  Be sure to turn in your form & money to Mrs. Lush by Friday.  We are looking forward to a great day on the course and pizza afterwards.  Thank you again to Miles Dunbar and Claire Swathwood, the creators of the club. We have had lots of fun, and crazy competitions.

All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for the volleyball team in August need to come to the callout meeting on Thursday, May 24 at 7:10AM in Room 411. Girls will receive information regarding the tryout start date and what they need to do to be prepared for volleyball tryouts. If you have any questions before then, see Coach Abel or Coach Gemelas-Wood.

The Creekside Anglers will be fishing tomorrow from from 3:15-5:00 today. Sign up in room 407. 

The last cooking club meeting will be tomorrow after school from 3:10 to 4:00. Please sign up in Ms. Antonini’s room if you would like to join us.  Remember, there is not a late bus on Friday so make arrangements for your own way home after the meeting. There is a limit to the first 20 people.

Wednesday, May 16, Blue Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer?  The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27)  Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more!  You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems.  You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website.  See Officer Livingston for more information!

The Anglers’ Club will meet this Tomorrow Weather pending, we will fish from 3:15-5:00.  If the weather is poor, we will meet in room 407 until 4:00.  We will practice tying knots and rigging fishing poles.

If you are a current 7th grader that is applying for NJHS next year, applications are due in Mrs. Wilhelm’s room (419) by 3:00 this Friday, May 18.  You MUST include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your application.

The Creekside Golf Club Scramble is THIS Saturday!  Be sure to turn in your form & money to Mrs. Lush by Friday.  We are looking forward to a great day on the course and pizza afterwards. Thank you again to Miles Dunbar and Claire Swathwood, the creators of the club.  We have had lots of fun, and crazy competitions.

Tuesday, May 15, Red Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer?  The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27)  Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more!  You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems.  You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website.  See Officer Livingston for more information!

The Creekside Golf Club Scramble is THIS Saturday!  Be sure to turn in your form & money to Mrs. Lush by Friday.  We are looking forward to a great day on the course and pizza afterwards. Thank you again to Miles Dunbar and Claire Swathwood, the creators of the club.  We have had lots of fun, and crazy competitions.

The Anglers’ Club will meet this Thursday.  Weather pending, we will fish from 3:15-5:00.  If the weather is poor, we will meet in room 407 until 4:00.  We will practice tying knots and rigging fishing poles.

Monday, May 14, Blue Day

The seventh grade softball team had a tough 7-6 loss to Carmel Middle School last night. Sophie Esposito started off with a home run and followed up with three key outs throughout the game. Sydney Kauffman and Abbie Markus continued their dynamic run, with three of six innings struck out the side. Ally Davis provided a two-run RBI in the fifth inning to keep the Wildcats in the ballgame. The softball team has two home games on Monday and Wednesday next week - we hope to see you there!

Creekside Anglers caught 21 fish on Thursday May 10th.  Every angler who wet a line hauled in a fish.  Congrats to Daniel M. for pulling in seven fish--six bluegill and one bass.  We will plan to fish again on Friday, May 18th. 

Friday, May 11, Red Day

This week has been Teacher Appreciation Week!
Congratulations to the Creekside Middle  and Carmel Middle combined Spanish  team that placed  THIRD at the  2018 State Spanish Contest.

And now for some sporting news.
The seventh grade softball team got past Noblesville east Tuesday nightwinning 11 to 9 in a tight seven inning game. Sydney Kauffman pitched extremely well to bring the game within two outs of a win in the bottom of the 7th then Ally Davis came in to close out the game sitting down the last two batters. Abby Markus was fantastic on defense from the catcher position and threw three runners out attempting to steal. The seventh grade softball Wildcats have won five of their last six ballgames. Way to go girls!

The boys track team remains undefeated after a big win against Westfield 65-49. Some of the highlights included:
-Josh Sullivan placed first in Discus
-Nehemiah Kim placed first in the hurdles
-Owen Berglund placed first in the long jump
-Matteo Rosio placed first in the 2400m run
-Kuharik placed first in the 800m run
-All of the relay teams had 1st place finishes

Congratulations to your Creekside Lady Wildcats who came home with a convincing win against the Shamrocks of Westfield by the score of 80 to 34.  What an awesome job by everyone.  Thanks so much to all the girls who helped out timing, measuring and helping to run the long jump pit.  We could not do it without you and we really appreciate your help.
Here are some highlights from the night.
We took home first place in the following events,
First in the 4 x 800 m relay: Emily B, Isabella H, Kara W, and Tsion D
First in the 100m: Brook Y
First  in the 100m hurdles: Elyse V
First in the 1600m:  Tsion D
First in the 4 x 100m relay: Lila M, Ava S, Claudia H, Lauren k First in the 400m: Sydney W
First and third in the 200m: Claudia H First in the 4 x 400m: Sydney W, Maya B, Molly C, Talia T First and second in the long jump: Ava S
First in the Discus: Caroline H
Great job girls

Thursday, May 10, Blue Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer?  The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27)  Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more!  You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems.  You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website.  See Officer Livingston for more information!

The CAC will be fishing today after school from 3:25-5:00. Hope to catch you there!

Attention CRU members,  the last CRU meeting will be tomorrow in the LGI at 7am.  If you haven’t tried CRU this year don’t miss this last meeting!  All are welcome.

Wednesday, May 9, Red Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer? The Carmel Police Department will have two teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27). Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more! You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems. You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website. See Officer Livingston for more information!

Attention All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for Football Cheerleading: There will be a call out meeting today after school. The meeting will take place in the cafeteria. The meeting should last about 20-30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided .

The seventh grade softball team got past Noblesville east last night winning 11 to 9 in a tight seven inning game. Sydney Kauffman pitched extremely well to bring the game within two outs of a win in the bottom of the 7th. Then Ally Davis came in to close out the game sitting down the last two batters. Abby Markus was fantastic on defense from the catcher position and threw three runners out attempting to steal. The seventh grade softball Wildcats have won five of their last six ballgames. Way to go girls!

Tuesday, May 8, Blue Day

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer?  The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27)  Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more!  You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems.  You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website.  See Officer Livingston for more information!

Experimentation Club will meet today after school.  We will be creating a snack and making plans for our final meeting. See you there!

The boys track team remains undefeated after a big win last night to Westfield 65-49.The boys hope to continue their win streak tonight at Z West and tomorrow at Shamrock Relays.

Attention All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for Football Cheerleading:  There will be a call out meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, May 9 after school.  The meeting will take place in the cafeteria.  The meeting should last about 20-30 minutes.  Late bus passes will be provided .

Congratulations to your Creekside Lady Wildcats who came home with a convincing win last night against the Shamrocks of Westfield by the score of 80 to 34.  What an awesome job by everyone.  Thanks so much to all the girls who helped out timing, measuring and helping to run the long jump pit.  We could not do it without you and we really appreciate your help.

Monday, May 7, Red Day

Experimentation Club will meet Tuesday after school. We will be creating a snack and making plans for our final meeting. See you there.

Attention All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for Football Cheerleading: There will be a call out meeting on Wednesday, May 9 after school. The meeting will take place in the cafeteria and should last about 20-30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided. 

DECA will not be meeting during the month of May. Ms. P looks forward to seeing you again in the fall.

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer? The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27). Training sessions include, K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more! You have to be 13-18 to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems. You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website. See Officer Livingston for more information!

Friday, May 4, Blue Day

No new announcements for today. Enjoy the weekend!

Thursday, May 3, Red Day

Any current 7th grade Tri-M students wanting to run for office for next school year should have their applications turned in to Mrs. Nicole Johnson or Mrs. Sendi by this Friday. All 7th grade Tri-M members should plan to be at our voting meeting next Wednesday in the auditorium at 7 a.m.

Creekside is so proud to have returned from the National Science Bowl held in Washington, D.C. this past weekend and to finish in the top 8 teams in the nation for our science bowl group.

In attendance at the event, there were 113 different teams - 65 were high school level teams and 48 were middle school teams.

The science bowl team was led by captain Aneesh Dasgupta, and included other eighth graders Aniket Biswal, Sowmya Chundi, Leah Tan, as well as Colin Zou who answered the most correct answers for the team. Our group was able to make it past the many round robin rounds and do very well in four double elimination.

All middle schools in the nation were represented by the top school in each regional and Creekside represented the state of Indiana and had previously finished at the top of that regional event.

For our very own Creekside team to finish in the top eight teams of the nation is a tremendous honor for these five students. They were also able to visit the U.S. Capitol and meet with one of our U.S. representatives last Thursday. Please congratulate them on their outstanding finish and all of their preparation and work.

Thank you to all Creekside teachers for helping to shape and direct them particularly in the areas of math and science. They represented our school and the entire student body so well. They also were rewarded with $1,000 that will be used in our math/science departments. GREAT JOB TO THIS GROUP!

Wednesday, May 2, Blue Day

Attention CSG members! Please remember to turn in your service hours to Mrs. Berju, Mrs. Crowe, or Miss Raftery by Friday, May 4th.  All members must turn in their forms.

The next Cooking Club meeting will be this Friday, May 4th after school until 4:00. We will be baking cupcakes. Sign up in Ms. Antonini’s room (#509), by Friday if you would like to participate. Remember, there is not a late bus on Friday so you will need to make arrangements for your ride home.

Attention: All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for Football Cheerleading: There will be a call out meeting on Wednesday, May 9 after school. The meeting will take place in the cafeteria. The meeting should last about 20-30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided. 

DECA will not be meeting during the month of May. Mrs. Phillips looks forward to seeing you again in the fall.

Think you have what it takes to be a police officer?  The Carmel Police Department will have two  teen academy sessions this summer (July 9-13 and July 23-27). Training sessions include K-9 demos, traffic stops, SWAT, defensive tactics, simulated firearms training and more! You have to be 13-18 years old to apply – with no significant disciplinary problems. You can apply online at the Carmel Police Department website. See Officer Livingston for more information!

The seventh grade softball team came alive Monday night against Clay, winning 22-1 in 5 innings. Pitcher Sydney Kauffman had a phenomenal night, as she struck out the side in three innings. Abbie Markus got her first grand slam of the season. Lauren Clark and Sophie Esposito both made key fly outs. Heidi Benz led off in three innings, coming home in each one. The girls play again tonight at home. Come cheer on the Wildcats against Fall Creek Valley! 

Any current 7th grade Tri-M students wanting to run for office for next school year should have their applications turned in to Mrs. Nicole Johnson or Mrs. Sendi by this Friday. All 7th grade Tri-M members should plan to be at our voting meeting next Wednesday in the auditorium at 7 a.m. 

Creekside is so proud to have returned from the National Science Bowl held in Washington, D.C. this past weekend and to finish in the top 8 teams in the nation for our science bowl group. In attendance at the event, there were 113 different teams - 65 were high school level teams and 48 were middle school teams. The science bowl team was led by captain Aneesh Dasgupta, and included other eighth graders Aniket Biswal, Sowmya Chundi, Leah Tan, as well as Colin Zou who answered the most correct answers for the team. Our group was able to make it past the many round robin rounds and do very well in four double eliminations. All middle schools in the nation were represented by the top school in each region, and Creekside represented the state of Indiana. We and had previously finished at the top of that regional event. For our very own Creekside team to finish in the top eight teams of the nation is a tremendous honor for these five students.  They were also able to visit the U.S. Capitol and meet with one of our U.S. representatives last Thursday. Please congratulate them on their outstanding finish and all of their preparation and work. Thank you to all Creekside teachers for helping to shape and direct them, particularly in the areas of math and science.  They represented our school and the entire student body so well. They also were rewarded with $1,000 that will be used in our math/science departments.  GREAT JOB TO THIS GROUP!

Tuesday, May 1, Red Day 

Harry Potter club will meet after school on today to play quidditch. Please wear running shoes and appropriate outdoor clothes for the weather. Late bus passes will be provided!

This Friday, May 4 we will be offering FREE CHURRO BITES to any student that purchases a complete lunch.

The Creekside Wildcat Golf Club will be having its 2nd to last meeting next today, May 1st.  You WANT to be there . . . Mr. Brandon Smart, golf pro at Pebble Brook Golf Club, will be joining us to share awesome drills and information to improve your game.  We will also be finalizing our “End of Year” Scramble/Party.  The information for the May 19th event is available at the meeting or see Mrs. Lush.  Any wildcat that has attended the club this year is eligible for the party.  We hope you can make it to both!  Please see Mrs. Lush with any questions

Attention All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for Football Cheerleading:  There will be a call out meeting on Wednesday, May 9 after school.  The meeting will take place in the cafeteria.  The meeting should last about 20-30 minutes.  Late bus passes will be provided.

Art Club will meet after school today in room 201 until the late bus. Only 2 art club meetings left!

DECA will not be meeting during the month of May. Ms. P looks forward to seeing you again in the fall.

Monday, April 30, Blue Day 

Harry Potter club will meet after school on TUESDAY this week to play quidditch. Please wear running shoes and appropriate outdoor clothes for the weather. Late bus passes will be provided!

This Friday, May 4 we will be offering FREE CHURRO BITES to any student that purchases a complete lunch.

Attention All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for Football Cheerleading:  There will be a call out meeting on Wednesday, May 9 after school.  The meeting will take place in the cafeteria.  The meeting should last about 20-30 minutes.  Late bus passes will be provided.

Friday, April 27, Red Day

No new announcements today.

Thursday, April 26, Blue Day

No new announcements today.

Wednesday, April 25, Red Day

The boys track team won over Noblesville East last night with a score of 53-29. Ahmed Khan, Matthew Lein and Arty Bryant helped the team to victory with a sweep in both shot put and discus. Nehemiah Kim had a first place finish in the 200m dash and the 4X100m relay with Will Ronco, Cameron Walker, Jeremiah Chery and Nehemiah Kim brought it home with a big win of 57 seconds. The boys will race again this Thursday at Carmel High School in the City Meet against Clay and Carmel.

There will be no meeting or fishing on Thursday for the C-A-C.  But, the Creekside Anglers’ Club will be heading to the pond on Friday, April 27 after school until 5:00 p.m.  Please stop by room 407 to sign up for the Creekside Anglers’ Club Canvas account and to get on the list to fish on Friday!

 Attention All 6th and 7th grade girls interested in trying out for Football Cheerleading:  There will be a call out meeting on Wednesday, May 9 after school.  The meeting will take place in the cafeteria.  The meeting should last about 20-30 minutes.  Late bus passes will be provided.

Tuesday, April 24, Blue Day

No new announcements today

Monday, April 23, Red Day

Need a break from tests and quizzes?  Come to Experimentation Club Tuesday after school in Room 504 to de-stress from testing as we make a stress ball using balloons.  Snacks will be provided. Have a great week!

Friday, April 20, Blue Day

The boys track team beat Clay at last night’s meet with a score of 82-32.  There were many personal records set, but some highlights of the meet go to James Philpott with a first place finish in the hurdles and 200m, the throwers 4X100 team of Nolan Ring, Ethan Reyes, Alex Rushinsky and Juan Rosa who finished the race in 55 seconds and finally Jayden Childers for his performance in the 800m run with a time of 2:31 and a shot put throw of 32’. The team competes again next Thursday at Carmel High School for the City Meet.

Thursday, April 19, Red Day 

The 7th grade girls softball team has had an eventful first three games of their season. Sydney Kauffman has made 12 strikeouts and a home run. Abbie Markus has had 1 home run and currently holds a .500 batting average. Sophie Esposito is the team leader in steals and provides consistent coverage in the field. The softball team has made great progress this year and continues to learn with every play. Their next game is tonight at home. Come support your Wildcats!

This Sunday is the Best Buddies Friendship walk in Indianapolis! To raise some funds for our club we’re selling Best Buddies footprints during lunch in the cafeteria throughout this week. If staff would like to support the club each footprint costs $1. We’ve attached the flyer in case you’d missed them around the school.

The Anglers' club reeled in fish last week!  Congratulations to Bethany D. who caught her first two fish ever, and to Gabe D. who caught his first bass.  Quinn D. won the outing with the largest bass while Michael F. caught the most bass.  Kevin L. hauled in the most fish at five.  The Anglers' Club will hoof-it to the pond next Thursday from 3:15-5:30 after meeting in room 407 first.  Please stop by room 407 to use the QR Code to sign up, get registered on Canvas, and to complete the release form online.  The first 15 to sign up can fish on Thursday, April 26th.

Wednesday, April 18, Blue Day

The boys track team beat Westfield last night with a score of 62-52. The boys stepped up and won some hard fought races. The highlight of the night was Jaedon King breaking the school long jump record set by Jacob Abram in 2013 with an amazing jump of 20’2”. Other highlights included: Amit Manchella 1st place finish in 2400m race. A personal record set by Caleb Cole in the shot put with a throw of 32’. A 1st place finish for Donovan Visor, Matthew Dimond, Tyler Lethen and James Philpott in the 4X100 relay. The Wildcats race at home against Clay Middle School on Thursday. Come out and cheer on the team!

Tuesday, April 17, Red Day

Krafty Kats is meeting this Thursday, April 19 after school in room 423 until the late bus. We’ll be making a craft and having a snack. Late buses will be provided. Hope to see you there!

Art club will meet today after school in room 201.

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet today April 17 in Mr. Chelli’s room 215.

The Wildcat Golf Club will be meeting today, April 17th, in Mrs. Lush’s room.  As long as Mother Nature allows, we will head outside to the practice nets to perfect our technique. Bring your wedge and another iron of your choice.  We will have plenty of clubs to share if you don’t have clubs. And now we would like to leave you with these famous words spoken by former President Ford, “I know I am getting better at golf because I am hitting fewer spectators.”   Have a great day, hope to see you there!!

Monday, April 16, Blue Day

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet tomorrow April 17 in Mr. Chelli’s room 215. 

Yes Creekside, we are still swinging! The Wildcat Golf Club will be meeting tomorrow, April 17th, in Mrs. Lush’s room. As long as Mother Nature allows, we will head outside to the practice nets to perfect our technique. Bring your wedge and another iron of your choice. We will have plenty of clubs to share if you don’t have clubs. And now we would like to leave you with these famous words spoken by former President Ford, “I know I am getting better at golf because I am hitting fewer spectators.” Have a great day, hope to see you Tuesday!!

Do you need a brain boost and breakfast before starting ISTEP? Come join us in the Multi-Purpose Gym for a mini yoga class with Jo tomorrow morning (April 17) from 7-7:30am. She will guide you in a relaxation practice to help you de-stress and relax before taking your tests. This is open to all 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Please sign up outside room 226. This yoga session will be limited to 50 participants, so make sure that you sign up soon! See Mrs. Berju or Mrs. Crowe for more information.

Friday, April 13, Red Day

Last night your lady Wildcats defeated Fishers Jr. High by the score of 58 to 56 in a hard fought contest that came down to the last two events of the night.  With a sweep of the 2400m run the girls put a win out of reach for the girls from Fishers. Here are some of the high lights.  We will discuss all the results from the past two nights at practice tomorrow.

First place finishes: First in the 4 x 800 meter relay: Wilpolt, Geurant, Paxton and Weininger. First in the 100 meter hurdles: Sullivan. First in the 1600 meter run: Rominauk. First in the 400 meter run: Wayman. A sweeeeeep of the 2400 meter run: Rominauk, Barrett and Wenzler. First place in the High Jump: Thruston.

Awesome night girls! Don’t forget today after school is picture day so have your uniform ready to go.

The boys track team had a great meet last night beating Fishers 80-34. There were so many personal records set by the boys and even on a windy night almost everyone improved their time from Wednesday night. The team is off to a great start and will run against Westfield next Tuesday.

Yes Creekside, we are still swinging!  The Wildcat Golf Club will be meeting Tuesday, April 17th, in Mrs. Lush’s room.  As long as Mother Nature allows, we will head outside to the practice nets to perfect our technique. Bring your wedge and another iron of your choice.  We will have plenty of clubs to share if you don’t have clubs.  And now we would like to leave you with these famous words spoken by former President Ford, “I know I am getting better at golf because I am hitting fewer spectators.”   Have a great day, hope to see you Tuesday!!

Creekside Anglers will be heading to the pond today from 3:15-5:00 p.m.  There will be not late bus!  Parents/guardians will have to pick you up by the pond at 5:00 p.m. Only the first 12 that sign up at room 407 can say.  So stop by and get your name on the list to catch some fish!  Reminder that you can have poles and tackle boxes dropped off at the office and they can be stored in room 407.  Please do this before or after school.  Catch you later!

Thursday, April 12, Blue Day

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet Next Tuesday April 17 in Mr. Chelli’s room 215. 

Best of luck to 3 Creekside 8th graders who will be competing in the “You Be the Chemist” state level competition on Saturday morning at Dow AgroScience.  The Creekside finalists are:  Kevin  Wang, Colin Zou, and  Krish Jayarapu.  Good Luck Boys!

The next Cooking Club meeting will be tomorrow, April 13.  It will last from 3:15 to 4:15. Please sign up in Mrs. Antonini’s, room 509.  We will be making Tacos!  Space is limited to the first 20 students who sign up.  Remember, there in not a late bus on Friday, so you will need to make your own arrangements to get home.

Creekside Anglers will be heading to the pond tomorrow from 3:15-5:00 p.m.  There will not be a late bus!  Parents/guardians will have to pick you up by the pond at 5:00 p.m. Only the first 12 that sign up at room 407 can say.  So stop by and get your name on the list to catch some fish!  Reminder that you can have poles and tackle boxes dropped off at the office and they can be stored in room 407.  Please do this before or after school.  Catch you later!

Do you need a brain boost and breakfast before starting ISTEP?  Come join us in the Multi-Purpose Gym for a mini yoga class with Jo next Tuesday morning (April 17) from 7-7:30am.  She will guide you in a relaxation practice to help you de-stress and relax before taking your tests.  This is open to all 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Please sign up outside room 226.  This yoga session will be limited to 50 participants, so make sure that you sign up soon!  See Mrs. Berju or Mrs. Crowe for more information.

Last night the boys track team defeated Noblesville East and West with a score of 74 points to 42 and 27 points.  The boys all gave their best efforts with some great performances by: James Philpott with a 1st place finish in the hurdles. Nolan Ring with a 1st place in Shot Put and Discus. Jaedon King with a 1st place finish in 400m run and Long Jump with a jump of 20'1". Desmond Duffy with a 1st place finish in the 100m and 200m. Krishna with a 1st place finish in both the 800m and 2400m. The boys will race again tonight at Fishers Junior High and compete for another victory!

Wednesday, Aptil 11, Red Day

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet Next Tuesday April 17 in Mr. Chelli’s room 215. 

Best of luck to 3 Creekside 8th graders who will be competing in the “You Be the Chemist” state level competition on Saturday morning at Dow AgroScience. The Creekside finalists are: Kevin  Wang, Colin Zou, and Krish Jayarapu.  Good Luck Boys!

The next Cooking Club meeting will be this Friday, April 13. It will last from 3:15 to 4:15. Please sign up in Mrs. Antonini’s, room 509. We will be making Tacos! Space is limited to the first 20 students who sign up. Remember, there in not a late bus on Friday, so you will need to make your own arrangements to get home.

Creekside Anglers will be heading to the pond today from 3:15-5:00 p.m. There will not be a late bus! Parents/guardians will have to pick you up by the pond at 5:00 p.m. Only the first 12 that sign up at room 407 can stay. So stop by and get your name on the list to catch some fish!  Reminder that you can have poles and tackle boxes dropped off at the office and they can be stored in room 407. Please do this before or after school. Catch you later!

Tuesday, April 10, Blue Day

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet Next Tuesday April 17 in Mr. Chelli’s room 215.

Experimentation Club will meet today after school in Room 504. We will be making moon rocks and enjoying a snack. See you there.

Creekside – This week is librarians’ week.  Please, when you see Dr. Sever, tell her thank you for the tremendous job she does in our Creekside Commons.  Show your appreciation to her for her awesome efforts.

Monday, April 9, Red Day

Welcome back, Wildcats!

No new announcements today.

Thursday, March 29, Blue Day

There are no new announcements for today. Have a wonderful Spring Break!

Wednesday, March 28, Red Day

There will be no boys track practice on Wednesday, March 28 and Thursday, March 29. Please plan to ride the bus or get a ride home after school.

The Creekside Anglers Club will meet tonight after school to Fish until 4:00 or 4:30. Meet in room 407. Late bus passes will be available. All gear needs to be dropped off at the main office and can be stored in room 407. Catch you later!

Harry Potter club will meet today after school until 6 p.m. We will be watching a movie and enjoying Harry Potter themed snacks. In order to attend this particular meeting, you must either have an electronically signed permission form sent through canvas or a signed paper copy. You may pick permission slips up in the choir room. If you are a regular member, please see the canvas e-mail for the form and to sign-up for snacks!

Don’t forget that tomorrow is spring break or baseball wear day for spirit week! 

Tuesday, March 27, Blue Day

Experimentation Club will meet today in Room 504 until the late bus. We will be making a spectroscope to view rainbows. Be sure to bring a paper towel tube with you.  Come join the fun. A colorful snack will be provided. New members welcome!

Congratulations to the Academic Bowl for their performance in the Hamilton County Academic Bowl.  Competition was fierce and they put in a strong performance ending regulation in a 3-way tie for 2nd place and finishing the evening in 4th place.  Thanks for a great season!

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet today, March 27th in Mr. Chelli’s room 215.

Harry Potter club will meet on Wednesday after school until 6 p.m. We will be watching a movie and enjoying Harry Potter themed snacks. In order to attend this particular meeting, you must either have an electronically signed permission form sent through canvas or a signed paper copy. You may pick permission slips up in the choir room. If you are a regular member, please see the canvas e-mail for the form and to sign-up for snacks!

Don’t forget that tomorrow is relaxed fit day for spirit week!

Monday, March 26, Red Day

Experimentation Club will meet Tuesday in Room 504 until the late bus. We will be making a spectroscope to view rainbows. Be sure to bring a paper towel tube with you. Come join the fun. A colorful snack will be provided. New members welcome!

The next Cooking Club meeting will be today, March 26 from 3:15 until the late bus. Please sign up in Ms. Antonini’s room if you would like to bake cupcakes.  Due to space, it is limited to the first 20 students who sign up.

DECA meets on Wednesdays in room 301. New members always welcome!

Congratulations to the Academic Bowl for their performance in the Hamilton County Academic Bowl. Competition was fierce and they put in a strong performance ending regulation in a 3-way tie for 2nd place and finishing the evening in 4th place.  Thanks for a great season!

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet next Tuesday, March 27th in Mr. Chelli’s room 215. 

Harry Potter club will meet on Wednesday after school until 6 p.m. We will be watching a movie and enjoying Harry Potter themed snacks. In order to attend this particular meeting, you must either have an electronically signed permission form sent through canvas or a signed paper copy. You may pick permission slips up in the choir room. If you are a regular member, please see the canvas e-mail for the form and to sign-up for snacks! 

Don’t forget that tomorrow is dress for success day for spirit week!

Friday, March 23, Blue Day

In Club News, The Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 term. The CMYC is looking for highly-motivated eighth graders who have demonstrated leadership qualities and are interested in serving their communities. Applications are available in the office and online at cmycouncil.com. 

The next Cooking Club meeting will be Monday, March 26 from 3:15 until the late bus.  Please sign up in Ms. Antonini’s room if you would like to bake cupcakes. Due to space, it is limited to the first 20 students who sign up.

DECA meets on Wednesdays in room 301. New members always welcome!

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet next Tuesday, March 27th in Mr. Chelli’s room 215. 

Thursday, March 22, Red Day 

The Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 term. The CMYC is looking for highly-motivated eighth graders who have demonstrated leadership qualities and are interested in serving their communities. Applications are available in the office and online at cmycouncil.com If you are interested in applying, or want to find out more, join the information session today March 22nd, in the Caucus Rooms at City Hall, at 6 pm to learn more.

There will be no table tennis club until further notice.

The next Cooking Club meeting will be Monday, March 26 from 3:15 until the late bus.  Please sign up in Ms. Antonini’s room if you would like to bake cupcakes.  Due to space, it is limited to the first 20 students who sign up.

DECA meets on Wednesdays in room 301. New members always welcome!

If you are interested in the Creekside Anglers Club come to room 407 today directly after school. We will be walking to the pond so dress appropriately. We will meet until 4 and late bus passes will be available. See you there!

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet next Tuesday, March 27th in Mr. Chelli’s room 215.

Wednesday, March 21, Blue Day

We have one meeting left for Chess Club. Today, March 21 in Room 608. Everyone is invited. Come and play and enjoy the challenge. See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided. Parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

The Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 term. The CMYC is looking for highly-motivated eighth graders who have demonstrated leadership qualities and are interested in serving their communities. Applications are available in the office and online at cmycouncil.com. If you are interested in applying, or want to find out more, join the information session on March 22nd, in the Caucus Rooms at City Hall, at 6 pm to learn more.

There will be no table tennis club until further notice.

The next Cooking Club meeting will be Monday, March 26 from 3:15 until the late bus. Please sign up in Ms. Antonini’s room if you would like to bake cupcakes. Due to space, it is limited to the first 20 students who sign up.

DECA meets on Wednesdays in room 301. New members are always welcome!

If you are interested in the Creekside Anglers Club come to room 407 on Thursday directly after school. We will be walking to the pond so dress appropriately. We will meet until 4 and late bus passes will be available. See you there!

The Dungeons and Dragons Club will meet next Tuesday, March 27th in Mr. Chelli’s room 215. 

Crepes, madeleines, macarons will be sold during all lunches on Thursday. Be sure to bring some change if you would like to purchase treats during lunch. Crepes will be 1 dollar and biscuits 50 cents. Your donation will go to the Hamilton Humaine society.

Tuesday, March 20, Red Day

We have one meeting left for Chess Club. Tomorrow, March 21 in Room 608. Everyone is invited. Come and play and enjoy the challenge.  See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided. Parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

The Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 term. The CMYC is looking for highly-motivated eighth graders who have demonstrated leadership qualities and are interested in serving their communities. Applications are available in the office and online at cmycouncil.com If you are interested in applying, or want to find out more, join the information session on March 22nd, in the Caucus Rooms at City Hall, at 6 pm to learn more.

Academic Bowl will practice Tuesday after school in room 410 until the late bus.

Huge congratulations go out to the 180 Creekside student musicians who make up the Seventh Grade Symphonic Band, the Eighth Grade Wind Symphony and the 8th Grade Symphony Orchestra for their performances at the ISSMA Organizational Contest this past weekend. Both the Symphonic Band and the Symphony Orchestra earned GOLD ratings for their performances, and the Wind Symphony earned a GOLD with DISTINCTION. We are very proud of the students for their hard work and musicianship displayed this weekend

Art club will meet today in room 201 after school.

Are you wanting to get hooked on something awesome and fun? Let me bait you with a REEL club that is off the scales. Come on out today after school, to room 407 and get hooked on the Creekside Anglers Club. This club is for all students who like to fish or want to catch his or her first one! To lure you in, gummy worms will be provided. No poles, tackle boxes, or live bait are needed. The club meeting will end at 4:00, and all may take the late bus home. Hope to catch you there!

Congratulations to Sowmya Chundi for placing third in the Hamilton County Regional Spelling Bee last week!

Monday, March 19, Blue Day

We have one meeting left for Chess Club, March 21, 2018 in Room 608.
Everyone is invited.  Come and play and enjoy the challenge.  See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided.  Parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

The Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 term. The CMYC is looking for highly-motivated eighth graders who have demonstrated leadership qualities and are interested in serving their communities. Applications are available in the office and online at cmycouncil.com If you are interested in applying, or want to find out more, join the information session on March 22nd, in the Caucus Rooms at City Hall, at 6 pm to learn more.

Huge congratulations go out to the 180 Creekside student musicians who make up the Seventh Grade Symphonic Band, the Eighth Grade Wind Symphony and the 8th Grade Symphony Orchestra for their performances at the ISSMA Organizational Contest this past weekend. 
Both the Symphonic Band and the Symphony Orchestra earned GOLD ratings for their performances, and the Wind Symphony earned a GOLD with DISTINCTION.  We are very proud of the students for their hard work and musicianship displayed this weekend

Friday, March 16, Red Day

No new announcements

Thursday, March 15, Blue Day

We have one meeting left for Chess Club: March 21, 2018 in Room 608. Everyone is invited.  Come and play and enjoy the challenge.  See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided.  Parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

The Table Tennis Club starts today after school in Ms. Gray’s room, 513.  The club will meet every Thursday. Late bus passes will be provided.

VEX Robotics is meeting today until 5pm or the late bus. If you choose to stay until 5pm you will need to arrange a way of getting home.

Harry Potter club will meet today after school in the choir room until 4:00 p.m. Late bus passes can be provided and new muggles are always welcome!

Academic Bowl will practice today after school  in Mrs. Carson’s room until the late bus.

Next Tuesday there will be another call out for the lip dub. We will need everything from singers to editors. The meeting will be in Mr. Chelli’s room until 4. Late bus passes will be provided.

Hope everyone is gearing up for the first day of Spring! That is happening next Tuesday on the vernal equinox.  What else is happening on the equinox . . .golf club! We will be recognizing our Putting Competition winners from last meeting, having snacks, and heading outside for some “target” practice.  If you have your own wedge, please bring it with you.  Hope to see you getting into the swing of Spring next Tuesday, March 20th in Mrs. Lush’s room.

Wednesday, March 14, Red Day

No new announcements

Tuesday, March 13, Blue Day

We have one meeting left for Chess Club, March 21, 2018 in Room 608.
Everyone is invited.  Come and play and enjoy the challenge.  See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided.  Parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

There is a new club coming to Creekside; the Table Tennis Club. The Table Tennis Club is a fun place to exhibit your table tennis skills, and cooperate with other players. The first call out meeting will be this Thursday, March 15th in Ms. Gray’s room, room 513. You must sign up in Ms. Gray’s room- limit to the first 16 people. The Club will meet Thursdays starting March 15th. If you have your own table tennis paddle or any extras, please bring them. Late bus passes will be provided.

Experimentation Club will meet today in room 504 after school until the late bus. Remember to bring your “peeps” to make a marshmallow fun edible slime. See you there!

Congratulations to the Creekside MATHCOUNTS team for their third place finish in the state competition at Rose Hulman on Saturday. Creekside had our top five finishers in many of the top positions and was able to place very highly among the roughly 20 team. Carmel came in 4th and Clay won its first ever 1st position as a team. Aniket Biswal placed third overall out of the 200 plus field of students - Bill Qian placed fifth overall and Aneesh Dasgupta placed sixth. Also placing was Canaan He in 25th, Leah Tan in 35th, and Sowmya Chundi in 69th.  Kevin Hu and Yonas Singh rounded out our group. A special congratulations to Aniket Biswal for his third place finish and for making the official Indiana National MATHCOUNTS team which is the top four finishers.  Bill and Aneesh were so close to that set. Aniket will compete in the National MATHCOUNTS competition in Washington, D.C. in May. Great Job to this entire bunch who did so well and represented the entire MATHCOUNTS group so spectacularly!

Come out to support your friends in choir this Wednesday night. All choir students will be performing for judges and getting scored on their performance and they would love audience of support. 7th and 8th grade Chorale choir will be performing at 6:00 p.m. and 6th and 8th grade Concert choir will be performing at 7:15 p.m. Admission is free.

 Academic Bowl will practice Thursday after school  in Mrs. Carson’s room until the late bus.

The Wildcat grapplers finished the season strong with a 6th place team finish, three places better than last year’s 9th place finish, at the eleven team Hamilton County Tournament. Placing and earning hardware were Tamir Halevi 4th, Ari Berebitsky 6th, Drew Van Bibber 4th, Eitan Halevi 4th, Brac Hooper Champion, Stuart Funke 5th, Nick McGill 4th, Krishna Thiru Runner-up, Ellis Nou 6th, Vlad Balaban 6th, Ethan Reyes 4th, Will Webster 5th, and Aaron DeCapua 5th.

The wrestling team voted on and honored individual wrestlers with trophies in several categories at the end of season banquet on Sunday. Winning the awards for Most Improved were Tamir Halevi 6th grade, Shad Wilson 7th grade, and Ari Berebitsky 8th grade. Winning the award for Most Valuable Wrestler and Most Falls was Brac Hooper. Brac completed his season undefeated at 27-0 with 17 falls. The Team Leaders in each class were also honored with a trophy: Tamir Halevi 6th grade, Sukhraj Dulay 7th grade and Krishna Thiru and Brac Hooper 8th grade. The Team Captain, Eitan Halevi, was also recognized and honored with a trophy. Congratulations Wildcat wrestlers on a great season.

If you are a competitive athlete that likes to train hard and you are looking for a challenging physical sport that will make you better, faster and stronger at any other sport that you play consider joining the wrestling team next year.

This week we will be offering NEW smoothies starting today!! Flavors will be Strawberry, Banana, and Blue Raspberry.

 Hope everyone is gearing up for the first day of Spring!  That is happening next Tuesday on the vernal equinox.  What else is happening on the equinox . . .golf club!  We will be recognizing our Putting Competition winners from last meeting, having snacks, and heading outside for some “target” practice.  If you have your own wedge, please bring it with you.  Hope to see you getting into the swing of Spring next Tuesday, March 20th in Mrs. Lush’s room.

Monday, March 12, Red Day

We have one meeting left for Chess Club: March 21, 2018 in Room 608. Everyone is invited. Come and play and enjoy the challenge. See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided. Parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

There is a new club coming to Creekside: the Table Tennis Club. The Table Tennis Club is a fun place to exhibit your table tennis skills and cooperate with other players. The first call out meeting will be this Thursday, March 15 in Ms. Gray’s room (513). You must sign up in Ms. Gray’s room. Participation is limited to the first 16 people. The Club will meet Thursdays starting March 15th. If you have your own table tennis paddle or any extras, please bring them. Late bus passes will be provided.

Experimentation Club will meet Tuesday in Room 504 after school until the late bus. Remember to bring your "peeps" to make a marshmallow fun edible slime. See you there!

Attention all 8th graders planning on trying out for the 8th grade baseball team.  Tryouts will start after school today, March 12th. We will meet in the South Gym after school.  Come prepared for inside and outside tryouts. We will go outside weather depending. If you have any questions or missed the callout, see Coach Blomeke or Coach Bartley in the 8th grade wing.

Attention all potential seventh grade softball players: tryouts begin today, March 12 at 3:25 in the north gym. Please bring tennis shoes and a glove. Also have cleats and sweats during tryouts in case we can get outside. This will be a two or three day try out depending on numbers and the team will be finalized by Thursday. See Coach May or Coach Gemelas -Wood with any questions. Each session will end at 5:00 and rides should pick you up at the cafeteria doors.

Attention All Boys: the boys track season begins this Monday, March 12th.  Please bring both indoor and outdoor running shoes and clothes for Monday. Please meet your track coaches in the cafeteria after school and stand by the tables labeled with your grade level.  Do not change in the locker room until you are checked in and are dismissed by a coach. If you are planning on coming out for the team next week and have not yet checked in with Coach Cole, please sign up before Monday.  If you have any questions before the start of the season, please see Coach Cole in the Wellness area.

This week we will be offering NEW smoothies starting on Wednesday March 14th. Flavors will be Strawberry, Banana, and Blue Raspberry.

Friday, March 9, Blue Day

The are no new announcements for today.

Thursday, March 8, Red Day

We have one meeting left for Chess Club: March 21, 2018 in Room 608. Everyone is invited. Come and play and enjoy the challenge. See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided.  Parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

Come to the WyldLife Lock-in this Friday! Join your friends from Creekside, Carmel, and Clay. It's from 7-11pm at the Indiana Basketball Academy. Bring $20 and a waiver. More info and the sign up is on carmel.younglife.org. This is perfect for anyone who has been or who hasn't been to WyldLife before. See you there!

MATHCOUNTS will meet today after school until the late bus. This is for the competition group as the State competition is this Sat. The rest of the MATHCOUNTS group will meet next week.

Art Club will be meeting today after school in room 201.

Attention all 8th graders planning on trying out for the 8th grade baseball team.  Tryouts will start after school Monday, March 12th. We will meet in the South Gym after school.  Come prepared for inside and outside tryouts. We will go outside weather depending. If you have any questions or missed the callout, see Coach Blomeke or Coach Bartley in the 8th grade wing.

Academic Bowl will meet in Mrs. Carson’s room after school on Thursday until the late bus.

Attention all potential seventh grade softball players, tryouts begin Monday, March 12 at 3:25 in the north gym. Please bring tennis shoes and a glove. Also have cleats and sweats during tryouts in case we can get outside. This will be a two or three day try out depending on numbers and the team will be finalized by Thursday. See Coach May or Coach Gemelas -Wood with any questions. Each session will end at 5:00 and rides should pick you up at the cafeteria doors. 

Wednesday, March 7, Blue Day

We have two meetings left for Chess Club.  Today March 7, and March 21, 2018 in Room 608.
Everyone is invited.  Come and play and enjoy the challenge.  See Mrs. K. Davis if you have any questions. Bus passes will be provided OR parents need to pick-up by 4:05pm. See you there!

Come to the WyldLife Lock-in this Friday! Join your friends from Creekside, Carmel, and Clay. It's from 7-11pm at the Indiana Basketball Academy. Bring $20 and a waiver. More info and the sign up is on carmel.younglife.org. This is perfect for anyone who has been or who hasn't been to WyldLife before.

MATHCOUNTS will meet today as well as Wed after school until the late bus. This is for the competition group as the State competition is this Sat.
The rest of the MATHCOUNTS group will meet next week.

Academic Bowl will meet in Mrs. Carson’s room after school on Thursday until the late bus.

The Wildcat wrestlers put up a heck of a fight against county rival Carmel Middle School, but fell short in a 50-42 loss. The Wildcats are now 9-9 on the season and will take on Noblesville West Middle School in their final home match of the season on tonight at 5PM.
The Wildcats won were 8-9 in head to head varsity matches. Winning for the varsity were Berebitsky, Brita, Smith, Hooper, Thiru, Nou, Reyes, Webster and DeCapua. Black picked up the only exhibition victory on the night.
Nick and I would appreciate this announcement to be read for the remainder of the week.  Thanks and let me know if you have any questions!

Attention all 8th graders planning on trying out for the 8th grade baseball team.  Tryouts will start after school Monday, March 12th.  We will meet in the South Gym after school.  Come prepared for inside and outside tryouts.  We will go outside weather depending.  If you have any questions or missed the callout, see Coach Blomeke or Coach Bartley in the 8th grade wing.

Tuesday, March 6, Red Day 

Chemistry students it’s time to come and compete in the You Be the Chemist Competition today in Mrs. Ruetz’s room, 521. This is open to anyone who is interested in taking the preliminary competition test to advance to the state competition. If you are interested but can’t come on the 6th, please stop in and let Mrs. Ruetz know so that another time can be arranged for you. Let’s go Creekside Chemists!

Come to the WyldLife Lock-in this Friday! Join your friends from Creekside, Carmel, and Clay. It's from 7-11pm at the Indiana Basketball Academy. Bring $20 and a waiver. More info and the sign up is on carmel.younglife.org. This is perfect for anyone who has been or who hasn't