Daily Announcements

 September 2016

Friday, September 30th, Blue Day

Attention all Commons Crew members and maker fair presenters: there will be a meeting in the Creekside Commons today after school until the late bus.

Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October for the Floor Hockey Club. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym, directly after school until the late bus. Come ready to work hard and have fun. See Coach May for questions.

Attention 7th grade CSG members—there will be a general meeting this Thursday after school from 3:05 to 4:00 in the LGI. This includes old and new members. This is only for seventh grade CSG members. Eighth grade, your meeting will be next week, so make sure to pay attention to announcements.

Next week is the annual Creekside Coat Drive.

Picture retakes are scheduled for Thursday during lunches in the Auditorium. If you did not get your picture taken at the beginning of the year, you must have your picture taken on Thursday so it will be on your ID. If your parents were not satisfied with your picture and would like to have it retaken, you have to bring your old packet of pictures with you on Thursday. Order forms are available in the office.

If you have missing artwork from last year with Mrs. Ward, please stop by Mrs. Tucker’s room to claim it.

Krafty Kats will not meet this week, but we will be excited to meet again on our regular October meeting date, October 27 in room 423.

VEX Robotics will meet after school today until time for the late bus.

In sports, last night the Cross Country team traveled to New Augusta. Both girls and boys teams came out on top with victories.

In the boys’ race, Ian Salmon, Nate Seketa, Bing Hudson, and Hudson Alden led the entire field as they surged up front to lead the boys to victory. The Cross Country team will compete against Clay and Carmel middle schools tomorrow at Northview Church for the city championship

Thursday, September 29th, Red Day

If you have missing artwork from last year with Mrs. Ward, please stop by Mrs. Tucker’s room to claim it.

Next week is the annual Creekside Coat Drive.

In sports, the eighth grade football team defeated Riverside on Wednesday evening at Carmel High School by a score of 14 to 12. 

In the B game, the Wildcats won 22 to 0.

Great job to both boys and girls tennis teams with a 5 to 0 varsity win over Hamilton Southeastern! Overall, the boys team won 8 to 1 and the girls 7 to 2.

Last night the eighth grade volleyball team won an exciting match against Hamilton Southeastern.

Wednesday, September 28th, Blue Day

Attention 7th grade CSG members—there will be a general meeting tomorrow after school from 3:05 to 4:00 in the LGI. This includes old and new members. This is only for seventh grade CSG members. Eighth graders, your meeting will be next week, so make sure to pay attention to announcements.

Picture retakes are scheduled for tomorrow during lunches in the Auditorium. If you did not get your picture taken at the beginning of the year, you must have your picture taken tomorrow so it will be on your ID. If your parents were unsatisfied with your picture and would like to have it retaken, you have to bring your old packet of pictures with you tomorrow. Order forms are available in the office.

If you have missing artwork from last year with Mrs. Ward, please stop by Mrs. Tucker’s room to claim it.

Krafty Kats will not meet this week, but we will be excited to meet again on our regular October meeting date, October 27 in room 423.

In sports, both girls and boys varsity tennis teams played a tough match last night and came away with a win, with the match score total of 12 to 5. Our next match will be at Hamilton Southeastern.

The Creekside seventh grade volleyball team clinched a victory in two sets against the Fall Creek Falcons last night.

Tuesday, September 27th, Red Day

All Commons Crew members and maker fair presenters: there will be a meeting in the Creekside Commons today after school until the late bus.

Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October for the Floor Hockey Club. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym, directly after school until the late bus. Come ready to work hard and have fun. See Coach May for questions.

Attention 7th grade CSG members—there will be a general meeting this Thursday after school from 3:05 to 4:00 in the LGI. This includes old and new members. This is only for seventh grade CSG members. Eighth grade, your meeting will be next week, so make sure to pay attention to announcements.

Picture retakes are scheduled for Thursday during lunches in the Auditorium. If you did not get your picture taken at the beginning of the year, you must have your picture taken on Thursday so it will be on your ID. If your parents were not satisfied with your picture and would like to have it retaken, you have to bring your old packet of pictures with you on Thursday. Order forms are available in the office.

If you have missing artwork from last year with Mrs. Ward, please stop by Mrs. Tucker’s room to claim it.

Krafty Kats will not meet this week, but we will be excited to meet again on our regular October meeting date, October 27 in room 423.

VEX Robotics will meet after school today until time for the late bus.

In sports, last night the Cross Country team traveled to New Augusta. Both girls and boys teams came out on top with victories. Lauren Moon, Lila Simmons, and Mahalet Zeruesenay led the pack in the girls’ race. In the boys’ race, Ian Salmon, Nate Seketa, Bing Hudson, and Hudson Alden led the entire field as they surged up front to lead the boys to victory. The Cross Country team will compete against Clay and Carmel middle schools tomorrow at Northview Church for the city championship.

Monday, September 26th, Blue Day

Attention all Commons Crew members and maker fair presenters: there will be a meeting in the Creekside Commons tomorrow after school until the late bus. See you there!

Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October for the Floor Hockey Club in the multipurpose gym, directly after school until the late bus. See Coach May for questions.

LPicture retakes are scheduled for Thursday during lunches in the Auditorium. If you did not get your picture taken at the beginning of the year, you must have your picture taken on Thursday so it will be on your ID. Order forms are available in the office.

Lego Robotics will meet this afternoon until 4:00 in computer lab 420. The focus of today’s meeting is team building activities.

Friday, September 23rd, Red Day

Attention all Commons Crew members and maker fair presenters: there will be a meeting in the Creekside Commons this Tuesday after school until the late bus.

In the boys’ race, Hudson Alden surged up front to take the victory. Elan Varhan and Ian Salmon both posted great times to solidify the victory for the boys’ race. 

Way to go tennis team, with a sweep at Park Tudor. A big shout-out to the girls’ team who remains undefeated with three matches to go, and the boys’ only losses to Carmel and Clay. 

The seventh grade volleyball team retained their undefeated record last night, holding strong against Carmel Middle School in two sets. The girls had an especially great second set, with Macarty McQueen and Grace Kichefsky serving aces against the Cougars.

Last night the eighth grade volleyball team beat Carmel Middle School in two sets. 

Thursday, September 22nd, Blue Day

The Lego Robotics meeting will last until the late bus today. Please come ready to work on your robot and challenges. 

VEX Robotics will meet after school today until time for the late bus.

Attention sixth grade new CSG members: there will be a general meeting for just sixth grade today after school until 4:00. The meeting will be held in the LGI, and late bus passes will be available.This meeting is only for sixth grade CSG members only.

This year the Cross Country team is collecting donations for Soles4Souls.  This organization takes new and gently used shoes and donates them to less fortunate people all around the world.

Wednesday, September 21st, Red Day

The Lego Robotics meeting will last until the late bus today. Please come ready to work on your robot and challenges. 

The Harry Potter Club will meet after school in the choir room today until 4:00 p.m. Bring one Harry Potter memorabilia item to earn house points. Late bus passes will be provided.

VEX Robotics will meet after school tomorrow until time for the late bus.

This year the Cross Country team is collecting donations for Soles4Souls.  This organization takes new and gently used shoes and donates them to less fortunate people all around the world.

Attention sixth grade new CSG members: there will be a general meeting for just sixth grade tomorrow after school until 4:00. The meeting will be held in the LGI, and late bus passes will be available.This meeting is only for sixth grade CSG members only.

We will have a Tri-M meeting for all current chapter members in the choir room tomorrow before school at 7:10 a.m. Please be prepared to discuss project ideas for this year. 

In sports, last night the Cross Country team traveled to Fall Creek Valley to take on the Bearcats. Both girls and boys teams came away with huge victories.

Mahalat Zeruesenay ran a solid race and out kicked the opposition to win the girls race and Hudson Alden set a new personal best with his win in the boys’ race. 

The seventh grade football team battled Hamilton Southeastern last night. Dominic Primavera had carries for 25 and 15 yards behind a dominating line of Josh Sullivan, Ryland Knudson, Tristan Miller and Will Knapp. Dylan Kuharik broke up two passes on defense. 

The Creekside Wildcats seventh grade volleyball team had two great nights this week, winning in quick sets against Zionsville and Noblesville East. Ella Bostic and Rylee Johnson both put up big numbers in their serving. Ashley Ailes and Alexa Grigsby provided great coverage in the back row, with Erika White stepping into a new role with ease.

Tuesday, September 20th, Blue Day

Come out and join Floor Hockey every Tuesday in September and October. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym directly after school until the late bus.

The Lego Robotics meeting will last until the late bus today. Please come ready to work on your project. 

The Harry Potter Club will meet after school in the choir room tomorrow until 4:00 p.m. Bring one Harry Potter memorabilia item to earn house points. Late bus passes will be provided.

This year the Cross Country team is collecting donations for Soles4Souls.  This organization takes new and gently used shoes and donates them to less fortunate people all around the world. 

Attention sixth grade new CSG members: there will be a general meeting for just sixth grade on Thursday, after school until 4:00. The meeting will be held in the LGI, and late bus passes will be available. This meeting is only for sixth grade CSG members only. Seventh and eighth grade, your meeting will be next week, so listen for announcements.

We will have a Tri-M meeting for all current chapter members in the choir room this Thursday morning before school at 7:10 a.m. Please be prepared to discuss project ideas for this year.

In sports, the tennis team had another close match with Clay. The girls won Varsity 3 to 2, and overall 6 to 3. The boys lost Varsity 1 to 4, with two doubles stopping the sweep, and an overall loss of 4 to 5. 

Monday, September 19th, Red Day

Floor Hockey Club is back! Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym directly after school until the late bus. Only school equipment can be used. Come ready to work hard and have fun. See Coach May for questions.

The Lego Robotics meeting will last until the late bus today. Please come ready to work on your Core Values project. 

This year the Cross Country team is collecting donations for Soles4Souls.  This organization takes new and gently used shoes and donates them to less fortunate people all around the world.

Friday, September 16th, Blue Day

Floor Hockey Club is back! Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym directly after school until the late bus. Only school equipment can be used. Come ready to work hard and have fun. See Coach May for questions.  

In sports, the girls’ tennis team won their varsity match 4 to 1 and overall 9 to 1. The boys’ varsity team lost 2 to 3, but won overall 6 to 4 against Carmel.

Last night the Wildcat Cross Country team traveled to Noblesville to take on Noblesville East and Pendleton Heights. Both girls and boys teams raced away with big victories. The teams were led by Mahalat Zeruesenay, Lauren Moon, Hudson Alden, and Nate Seketa.

Alivia Romaniuk had an awesome finish that sealed the victory for the girls’ race, and Miles Simmons held off rival runners to help the boys to victory. 

The Creekside seventh grade volleyball team battled their way to victory against the Noblesville West Millers last night.

Last night the eighth grade volleyball team beat Noblesville West in two sets, making their record six wins, zero losses. Ally Bechert stepped up in the libero role and played great defense in the back row. Jesse Cooper also played a different role in right back and played amazing.  Sophie Weber had six perfect serve receive passes.

Thursday, September 15th, Red Day

ACreekside Athletics now has an Instagram account and we want you to follow us so you can keep up on everything that is Creekside Athletics including game pictures of your friends, the Athlete of the Week, SAB philanthropy, and even chances to win prizes!

Join Krafty Kats for a call-out meeting in Mrs. Heidi Davis’s room, room 423, today after school until the late bus.

Attention all spellers: Spell Bowl tryouts will be held this afternoon in Ms. Howell's room, room 412. Please bring a writing utensil. Late bus passes will be provided.

Lego Robotics – your meeting this afternoon will end at 4:00 in time for the late bus. Please come prepared to work on this season’s project. We will not be working on your robot until Tuesday of next week.

Floor Hockey Club is back! Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym directly after school until the late bus. 

In sports Tuesday night, the eighth grade football team lost to Clay Middle School.  On offense, Jack Markus did a great job running the football. The offensive line of Logan Cutsinger, Andrew McGray, Andrew Turvey, Sam Billingsley, and Chris Rafalko did a great job against a tough Clay line. On defense, Zach Dugan delivered a number of big hits and Meade Hicks did a great job from his corner back position. 

Wednesday, September 14th, Blue Day

The Duct Tape Crafts Club will be meeting today after school in room 511. The project for this month is a decorated binder. Everyone is welcome to join us; you do not need to preregister.

Join Krafty Kats for a call-out meeting in Mrs. Heidi Davis’s room, room 423, tomorrow after school until the late bus.

Attention all spellers: Spell Bowl tryouts will be held tomorrow in Ms. Howell's room, room 412. Please bring a writing utensil. Late bus passes will be provided.

Attention National Junior Honor Society members: we will be meeting in the auditorium at 7:15 am tomorrow morning. Please be sure to attend, but if you know that you will not be able to make it, please let Miss Harold or Mrs. Wilhelm know. 

Floor Hockey Club is back! Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym directly after school until the late bus. 

In sports, the seventh grade volleyball team took on the Clay Trojans last night at Creekside. Julia Muller had a strong right side performance and Elizabeth Katz had a great hit from the middle. Emily Alberts and Erika White were vital to ensuring the Creekside victory. 

Last night the eighth grade volleyball team beat Clay in two sets. Hannah Decker had great hits from the outside and right side. Madeline Switzer served 100% with three aces in the first set. 

Last night the seventh grade football team fought hard against Clay Middle School. Aaron Decapua had six tackles and Ryan Strydesky had five. 

Last night the Cross Country team competed at the Riverside invitational. This huge event had 10 teams running against one another. The girls’ team had a strong performance and a few personal bests to finish in fifth place. The boys’ team raced hard and finished in second, missing out on first place by only three points.

Tuesday, September 13th, Red Day

The Duct Tape Crafts Club will meet tomorrow after school in room 511. 

Join Krafty Kats for a call-out meeting in Mrs. Heidi Davis’s room, room 423, Thursday after school until the late bus.

Attention all spellers: Spell Bowl tryouts will be held Thursday in Ms. Howell's room, room 412. Please bring a writing utensil. Late bus passes will be provided.

Attention National Junior Honor Society members: we will be meeting in the auditorium at 7:15 am this Thursday. Please be sure to attend, but if you know that you will not be able to make it, please let Miss Harold or Mrs. Wilhelm know. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday!

Floor Hockey Club is back! Come out and join us every Tuesday in September and October. All abilities and grade levels welcome in the multipurpose gym directly after school until the late bus. 

Monday, September 12th, Blue Day

The Duct Tape Crafts club will meet Wednesday after school in room 511. 

Attention all spellers: Spell Bowl tryouts will be held this Thursday in Ms. Howell's room, room 412. Please bring a writing utensil. Late bus passes will be provided.

Join Krafty Kats for a call-out meeting in Mrs. Heidi Davis’s room, room 423, this coming Thursday after school until the late bus.

Friday, September 9th, Red Day

Attention eighth grade students interested in a leadership opportunity at Creekside. Peer Mentoring applications are now available in the main office.

The Duct Tape Crafts club will meet Wednesday after school in room 511. The project for this month is a decorated binder. 

In sports, Creekside girls’ seventh grade volleyball had a great night yesterday with a win against Hamilton Heights. Ella Bostic and Grace Kichefski both had multiple-point scoring runs, and Mac McQueen had six kills and a block.

Coach Gemelas-Wood and Coach Abel would also like to thank Manager Marley Adams for doing a great job with the scorebook. The next home game is Tuesday against Clay Middle School. Come out and support your Wildcats! 

Thursday, Sptember 8th, Blue Day

CRU will be meeting for the first time in Mr. Bannon’s room, 323, tomorrow morning starting at 7 am. All are welcome to start the day off right.

Eighth grade students interested in a leadership opportunity at Creekside. Peer Mentoring applications are now available in the main office.

The Duct Tape Crafts club will meet Wednesday after school in room 511. The project for this month is a decorated binder. 

In sports, both the boys and girls tennis teams swept every match last night. Players stepped into positions they have never played and rarely lost a point. The final score was 18 to 0.

The seventh grade football team held tough against Fishers last night. Caleb Cole had seven tackles and Jason Curtis had six. Jack Stark had a sack and tackle for loss. Their next game is Tuesday at Clay Middle School.

Wednesday, September 7th, Red Day

The Harry Potter Club will meet in the choir room this afternoon until 4 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided.

CRU will be meeting for the first time in Mr. Bannon’s room, 323, this Friday starting at 7 am.

LAttention 8th grade students interested in a leadership opportunity at Creekside. Peer Mentoring applications are now available in the main office. For more information, please see Mrs. Wolfe or Mrs. Penn in the counseling office. Applications are due Friday, September 16.

It’s almost time for the next annual Cat Race in the Village of West Clay.

In sports, the seventh grade volleyball team had a great win against Westfield Middle School in two sets last night. Elizabeth Katz was a solid force at the net while Alexa Grigsby and Ashley Ailes provided excellent coverage in the back row. The girls play again on Thursday at Hamilton Heights.

Last night the eighth grade volleyball team won a tough battle against Westfield in three sets. Yumi Colombo played great defense. Chloe Cockrum had eight assists. Great win, ladies!

Last night the Creekside girls and boys cross country teams raced against Fall Creek Junior High and Westfield. The girls’ team finished third and had solid races from Zerueseny, Moon, Romaniuk, Simmons, McKay, Barrett, and Hill.

The boys’ team finished in first place with Alden, Seketa, Hudson, Salmon, Simmons, Thirunavaukkarasu, and Varhan as the top finishers. Great job by both teams! The next home cross country meet is tomorrow at 5 pm. Come out and cheer for your Wildcat runners as they take on Noblesville West.

Tuesday, September 6th, Blue Day

The Harry Potter Club will meet in the choir room tomorrow until 4 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided.

Friday, September 2nd, Red Day

The Harry Potter Club will meet in the choir room on Wednesday until 4 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided.

Carmel High School’s robotics team, TechHOUNDS, is once again offering the Women in Technology Workshop this year, especially for middle schools girls between 6th and 8th grade. This workshop features different aspects of engineering for girls to get a feel of what it’s like in the STEM field: there is 3-D software that allows the user to create three-dimensional objects; a VEX station where you can build a small robot that you can then program; and there is a programming station using Hour of Code where you can learn how to code. The Women in Technology Workshop is being held September 24th from 12:00 to 5:00 PM at Carmel High School. Registration starts at 11:30 AM, and is only $10 for a fun-packed day that is for girls only.

In sports, the boys’ varsity tennis team lost 0-5 and the girls’ varsity team won 4-1 against Clay Wednesday afternoon.

Also on Wednesday afternoon, the eighth grade football team lost to Noblesville West by a score of 21 to 12. 

The B game ended with a 12 to 6 victory.

Finally, the Creekside cross country team competed in their first meet of the season at the Creekside Kickoff Wednesday afternoon. 

Thursday, September 1st, Blue Day

Girls – here is something just for you. Carmel High School’s robotics team, TechHOUNDS, is once again offering the Women in Technology Workshop this year, especially for middle schools girls between 6th and 8th grade. This workshop features different aspects of engineering for girls to get a feel of what it’s like in the STEM field: there is 3-D software that allows the user to create three-dimensional objects; a VEX station where you can build a small robot that you can then program; and there is a programming station using Hour of Code, a website that teaches you how to code. The Women in Technology Workshop is being held September 24th from 12:00 to 5:00 PM at Carmel High School. Registration starts at 11:30 AM, and is only $10 for a fun-packed day that is for girls only.

In sports, on Tuesday evening the seventh grade football team played great against Noblesville. 

Last night, the Creekside tennis team played Clay. Overall, Creekside won 10 matches and lost eight. The girls’ varsity won 4 to 1 and the boys lost 0 to 5.

Finally, the seventh grade volleyball team had a victory against Carmel Middle School in two sets last night. The next home game is on Tuesday against Westfield. 

Wednesday, August 31st, Red Day

Girls – here is something just for you. Carmel High School’s robotics team, TechHOUNDS, is once again offering the Women in Technology Workshop this year, especially for middle schools girls between 6th and 8th grade. This workshop features different aspects of engineering for girls to get a feel of what it’s like in the STEM field: there is 3-D software that allows the user to create three-dimensional objects; a VEX station where you can build a small robot that you can then program; and there is a programming station using Hour of Code, a website that teaches you how to code. The Women in Technology Workshop is being held September 24th from 12:00 to 5:00 PM at Carmel High School. Registration starts at 11:30 AM, and is only $10 for a fun-packed day that is for girls only.

In sports, last night the eighth grade volleyball team beat New Augusta in two sets. Aria Gonzales and Ali Bedford each had two kills.

Tuesday, August 30th, Blue Day

The call-out meeting for the Art Club is today from 3:10 to 4:00 in Mrs. Tucker’s room, 201. All meetings of the Art Club will occur on Blue Tuesdays. All grade levels are welcome, and we will be working in all mediums.

The next meeting of Lego Robotics will be this afternoon in computer lab 420 until the late bus. Come ready to learn how to program with EV3. Additionally, we will finally learn details about this year’s Animal Allies challenge.

Carmel High School’s robotics team, TechHOUNDS, is once again offering the Women in Technology Workshop this year, especially for middle schools girls between 6th and 8th grade. This workshop features different aspects of engineering for girls to get a feel of what it’s like in the STEM field. There is 3-D software that allows the user to create three-dimensional objects; a VEX station where you can build a small robot that you can then program; and there is a programming station using Hour of Code, a website that teaches you how to code. The Women in Technology Workshop is being held September 24th from 12:00 to 5:00 PM at Carmel High School. Registration starts at 11:30 AM, and is only $10 for a fun-packed day that is for girls only.

Monday, August 29th, Red Day

Today is the final day to turn in applications to be considered for Creekside Student Government – CSG. Ask your teachers for an application or stop by Mrs. Becker’s room, 519. If you are a current member of CSG, you do not need to reapply. Questions? See Mrs. Becker in the sixth grade academic house in room 519.

The call-out meeting for the Art Club is tomorrow from 3:10 to 4:00 in Mrs. Tucker’s room, 201. All meetings of the Art Club will occur on Blue Tuesdays. All grade levels are welcome, and we will be working in all mediums.

Students who would like to help in making Creekside a "Green School" should consider coming to the next meeting of the Green Team. We explore ideas on how to help our school use less energy, lessen the waste in our school and develop some really cool community service projects that will help our community and school lessen our "Carbon Footprint." Come join us today after school in Mr. Kirch's room.

Thursday, August 25th, Red Day

The last day to turn in applications to be considered for Creekside Student Government – CSG – is this coming Monday. Ask your teachers for an application or stop by Mrs. Becker’s room, 519. If you are a current member of CSG, you do not need to reapply. Questions? See Mrs. Becker in the sixth grade academic house in room 519.

In sports, last night the boys and girls tennis teams both won their matches with a combined score of 15 to 2. The next game is a home game Tuesday against New Augusta.

Wednesday, August 24th, Blue Day

If you want to become a part of CSG – Creekside Student Government- applications are now being accepted. Ask your teachers for an application or stop by Mrs. Becker’s room, 519. The deadline for all applications is this coming Monday.  

If you are a serious die hard Harry Potter fan, plan on being at our call out meeting this afternoon in the choir room. We will meet until 4:00 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided.

Tuesday, August 23rd, Red Day

If you are a serious die hard Harry Potter fan, plan on being at our call out meeting tomorrow in the choir room. We will meet until 4:00 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided.

Any Creekside student who is interested in being part of Creekside Student Government—CSG—applications are now being accepted. Ask your teachers for an application or stop by Mrs. Becker’s room, 519. The deadline for applications is Monday.

Monday, August 22nd, Blue Day

After school study hall begins this afternoon, immediately after school Monday thru Thursday until 4:00 PM. Late bus passes will be available.<o:p></o:p>

All sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students: if you're interested in being the Creekside mascot at Creekside games and events, come to the Mascot Call Out Meeting today after school in the cafeteria.

If you are a serious Harry Potter fan, plan on being at our call out meeting on Wednesday in the choir room. <o:p></o:p>We will meet until 4:00 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided

Any Creekside student who is interested in being part of Creekside Student Government—CSG—applications are now being accepted. <o:p></o:p>Ask your teachers for an application or stop by Mrs. Becker’s room, 519. The deadline for applications is August 29.<o:p></o:p>

Today in the cafeteria, the new salad bar will be open for the first time. There will be different vegetables, fruits, nuts, cheeses, and meats for you to pick from everyday. Please note that only two proteins are included in the price of a salad entree. Any additional will be an up charge.  <o:p></o:p>

 

This week in sports, the Creekside tennis team opens their season this afternoon as they host the Millers of Noblesville East Middle School. Also, the seventh grade football team travels to Westfield Middle School, while the Shamrocks travel to Creekside to take on the eighth grade football team. All games have a start time of 5:00.<o:p></o:p>

Friday, August 19th, 2016

After school study hall will begin Monday. After school study hall is immediately after school Monday thru Thursday until 4:00 PM. Late bus passes will be available.

Attention all sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students: if you're interested in being the Creekside mascot at Creekside games and events, come to the Mascot Call Out Meeting on Monday after school in the cafeteria.

If you are a serious die hard Harry Potter fan, plan on being at our call out meeting on Wednesday in the choir room. We will meet until 4:00 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided, or have transportation worked out in advance. All grade levels are welcome.

Clubs are starting up. Don’t forget to check out current clubs on the TVs in the cafeteria during your lunch and the athletic hallway TV throughout the day for more information.

If you want to start a club, all you have to do is think of a club, find a staff member to be the sponsor, and find others to be in it.

Thursday, August 18th, Blue Day

After school study hall is immediately after school Monday thru Thursday until 4:00 PM. Late bus passes will be available.

Creekside athletics now has an Instagram page, crmathletics. Your Student Athletic Board members are taking part in a contest and had to come up with a picture or a video answering the question, “What does it mean to be a Wildcat?” Those pictures and videos are now on the Creekside athletic Instagram account (crmathletics).The picture or video with the most likes will win the competition. Don’t forget to follow crmathletics while you’re there so you can stay up on everything Creekside athletics, including promotions, game information, and maybe even a few contests where you can win prizes.

Attention all sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students: if you're interested in being the Creekside mascot at Creekside games and events, come to the Mascot Call Out Meeting on Monday after school in the cafeteria. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Calling all Muggles: If you are a serious die hard Harry Potter fan, plan on being at our call out meeting on Wednesday, August 24th in the choir room. We will meet until 4:00 p.m. Late bus passes will be provided, or have transportation worked out in advance. 

Wednesday, August 17th, Red Day

Today will be our sixth grade tailgate prior to our first home football game of the year. The tailgate will begin immediately after school.Tickets are $5, which includes, entrance to the game, hot dog, chips, and a drink. Tickets will be on sale today during your lunch.

After school study hall will begin this coming Monday. After school study hall is immediately after school Monday thru Thursday until 4:00 PM. Late bus passes will be available.

Creekside athletics now has an Instagram page, crmathletics. Your Student Athletic Board members are taking part in a contest and had to come up with a picture or a video answering the question, “What does it mean to be a Wildcat?”. Those pictures and videos are now on the Creekside athletic Instagram account (crmathletics). The picture or video with the most likes will win the competition.Don’t forget to follow crmathletics while you’re there so you can stay up on everything Creekside athletics, including promotions, game information, and maybe even a few contests where you can win prizes.

Tuesday, August 16th, Blue Day

Attention all 6th grade students: tomorrow will be our sixth grade tailgate prior to our first home football game of the year. The tailgate will begin immediately after school at the football field. Tickets are $5, which includes, entrance to the game, hot dog, chips, and a drink. Tickets will be on sale tomorrow during your lunch for 5$.

Creekside athletics now has an Instagram page, crmathletics. Your Student Athletic Board members are taking part in a contest and had to come up with a picture or a video answering the question, “What does it mean to be a Wildcat?” Those pictures and videos will be posted on the Creekside athletic Instagram account (crmathletics) Tuesday morning and it is up to you to determine which is the best. The picture or video with the most likes will win.

Monday, August 15th, Red Day

Do you love animals? Do you love playing with Legos or building Lego sets?If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes,” then please consider joining Lego Robotics, starting today after school in computer lab 420, where we will talk about the upcoming season. The meeting will be over at 4:00. For more information, please see Mr. Hakes in the seventh grade academic house. Because the late bus will not yet be running, please make sure you have transportation pre-arranged.

Would you like to help in making Creekside a "Green School"? Mr. Kirch is looking for students to join the Green Team this year. We will explore ideas on how to help our school use less energy, lessen the waste in our school and develop some really cool community service projects that will help Carmel and Creekside Middle school to lessen our "Carbon Footprint." Come join us today after school in Mr. Kirch's room. See you there!

Sixth graders – here is an opportunity to meet new friends, have fun, and enjoy the culture of a Creekside athletic event; and it’s all in one afternoon, prior to the seventh grade home football game versus Carmel Middle School next Wednesday from 3:15 to 6:00 pm. Tickets are only five dollars, which includes entry to the game, a hot dog, chips, and a drink as well as access to music, face painting, a photo booth, kickball, poster making, and much more! Don’t forget to bring extra money for concession items! Tickets are on sale now at all sixth grade lunches.

Friday, August 12th, Blue Day

Do you love animals? Do you love playing with Legos or building Lego sets? If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes,” then please consider joining Lego Robotics, starting today after school in computer lab 420, where we will talk about the upcoming season. The meeting will be over at 4:00.For more information, please see Mr. Hakes in the seventh grade academic house. Because the late bus will not yet be running, please make sure you have transportation pre-arranged.

Would you like to help in making Creekside a "Green School"? Mr. Kirch is looking for students to join the Green Team this year.We will explore ideas on how to help our school use less energy, lessen the waste in our school and develop some really cool community service projects that will help Carmel and Creekside Middle school to lessen our "Carbon Footprint." Come join us today after school in Mr. Kirch's room.

Sixth graders – here is an opportunity to meet new friends, have fun, and enjoy the culture of a Creekside athletic event; and it’s all in one afternoon, prior to the seventh grade home football game versus Carmel Middle School next Wednesday from 3:15 to 6:00 pm. Tickets are only five dollars, which includes entry to the game, a hot dog, chips, and a drink as well as access to music, face painting, a photo booth, kickball, poster making, and much more! Don’t forget to bring extra money for concession items!

Thursday, August 11th, Red Day

Do you love playing with Legos or building Lego sets? If so then please consider joining Lego Robotics, starting this coming Monday after school in computer lab 420, where we will talk about the upcoming season. The meeting will be over at 4:00. For more information, please see Mr. Hakes in the seventh grade academic house. Because the late bus will not yet be running, please make sure you have transportation pre-arranged.

Help make Creekside a "Green School". Mr. Kirch is looking for students to join the Green Team this year. We will explore ideas on how to help our school use less energy, lessen the waste in our school and develop some really cool community service projects that will help Carmel and Creekside Middle school to lessen our "Carbon Footprint." Monday, August 15th after school in Mr. Kirch's room.

Sixth graders – The 6th Grade Tailgate is next wednesday from 3:15 to 6:00 pm, prior to the 7th graders game against Carmel Middle. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends, have fun, and enjoy the culture of a Creekside athletic event. Tickets are only five dollars, which includes entry to the game, a hot dog, chips, and a drink as well as access to music, face painting, a photo booth, kickball, poster making, and much more!  Don’t forget to bring extra money for concession items. Tickets will go on sale tomorrow during the sixth grade lunches. Again, the tailgate is next Wednesday immediately after school until 6:00 pm and tickets will be five dollars, beginning tomorrow during sixth grade lunches.

Monday, May 9th, Blue Day

Any girl going into the seventh or eighth grade next year and is interested in being a cheerleader should plan on attending a call-out meeting Wednesday after school. 

Sixth and seventh graders – are you interested in having your voice heard and deliver the school’s news? The call-out meeting for morning announcements is today after school in computer lab 420. You will also be auditioning for a spot on morning announcements, so bring your best speaking voice. Also, be prepared to share ideas on how morning announcements can be even better and reach a larger audience next school year. For more information or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Hakes.

Fifth grade students from West Clay Elementary make an appearance in the cafeteria a week from today on Monday, May 16 for Lemonade Day. The cost for a cup of lemonade ranges from fifty cents to two dollars. All money raised will go to Down Syndrome Indiana. 

Eighth graders planning on running for high school senate need to turn in your petition forms to your team leader or Mrs. Hast by 3:15 today in order to remain eligible. Also, the eighth grade dance is quickly approaching. Team teachers will be passing out dance tickets to those of you interested in attending. Please bring your dance ticket with you to the dance for a quick check- in process. Hopefully we will see you all this Friday from 6 to 8 p.m.

Students – this coming Friday is the due date for all materials checked out from the Media Center (Creekside Commons). Please be sure to check your locker, book bag, or room at home for anything you may have checked out.

Congragulations to the 8th grade Band, Orchestra and Choir students for their fantastic performances at the Music in the Parks Festival in Cincinnati on Friday. All three groups earned the highest rating possible of Superior!

We are proud of your hard work, dedication and musicianship!

Friday, April 15th, Blue Day

The Best Buddies friendship walk is just two weeks away! Join the Creekside team to walk for this awesome cause. Can't walk on April 24th? Buy a footprint to put your name on or even this awesome “Hoosier Buddy? Indiana” t-shirt to support Creekside Best Buddies. Footprints are $1 and t-shirts are $10. These will be for sale next week before school and at your lunch! Take a selfie with the Best Buddies logo and help out this awesome cause!

Good luck to Rafael Li, Ashwin Prasad, and Ameya Belakmar, as they will be competing in the state wide chemistry competition tomorrow at Pike High School. The winner will advance to a national competition this summer.

Come and be our guest In a Grimm Land, coming to Creekside next Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23. Tickets will be available in the bookstore during all lunches and the Creekside Commons (Media Center) until they are sold out. Adult tickets are $6, and student tickets are $4. 

In sports, your Creekside Lady Wildcats competed in an away meet last night against Fishers Junior High School. Although they lost to a tough Fishers team, the great competition and close races were a joy to watch. Your classmates represented the Creek well last night. The final score was Fishers 81, Creekside 33. First place finishers were Courtney Kelly in the 100-meter hurdles and Hannah Leonard in the discus and the shot put. We do have practice today girls, and team pictures.

The boys track team lost a close one to Fishers last night, 62 to 55. Some highlights include Bing Hudson with a first place finish in the mile, Aidan O'Nan jumped 5 feet, zero inches in the high jump, Drej Cosby with a first place finish in the hurdles and Nate Seketa, Hudson Alden, and Joe Mathioudakis swept the 2400-meter run.

The seventh grade softball team had a tough loss to Clay last night. The team worked hard and battled it out with the Trojans. Special recognition goes out to Reagan Thompson, Lea Johnson, Cassidy Phillips, Jen Keith, and Olivia Forkin for their flexibility on the field and willingness to give their full efforts all around. The eighth grade softball team opened their season with a 12 to 1 seven-inning win against cross-town rival Clay. Brooke Bair pitched an outstanding game, striking out 17 batters, while only walking one batter and giving up no earned runs. Sarah Goddard did an outstanding job behind the plate in calling the game and playing great defense.  Abby Martin completed a great double play at first base to stop a potential Clay rally. Olivia Roop led the team with five stolen bases, followed by Sarah Goddard with three stolen bases.

Finally, the eighth grade baseball team beat Zionsville West last night by a score of 9 to 0. Ben Gladden and Jaggert Lukowski led the Wildcats with great pitching. The Cats are currently two wins and zero losses on the season.

Thursday, April 14th, Red Day

Krafty Kats meets today in Mrs. Heidi Davis's room, room 423, to be creative, have time with friends, and enjoy a snack. Hope to see you there!

Basketball Club will be every Thursday right after school in the North Gym until the late bus. We will play pick-up games of basketball and have other friendly basketball competitions on the court. Anyone is allowed to play. The first day will be today in the North Gym.

The Best Buddies friendship walk is just two weeks away! Join the Creekside team to walk for this awesome cause. Can't walk on April 24th? Buy a footprint to put your name on or even this awesome “Hoosier Buddy? Indiana” t-shirt to support Creekside Best Buddies. Footprints are $1 and t-shirts are $10. These will be for sale next week before school and at your lunch! Take a selfie with the Best Buddies logo and help out this awesome cause!

VEX Robotics will meet after school today.

The next general meeting for CSG members will be today after school in the sixth grade POD area. 

Come and be our guest In a Grimm Land, coming to Creekside next Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23. Tickets will be available in the bookstore during all lunches and the Creekside Commons (Media Center) until they are sold out. Adult tickets are $6, and student tickets are $4. 

In sports, the seventh grade girls’ softball team had a smashing home opener last night against Carmel Middle School. Big plays made by Catherine Zortman and Natalie Mowid, and solid batting by Maria Morales and Sophie Sinder helped the Wildcats win 15 to 5 in their first game of the season. Your eighth grade baseball team also beat Carmel Middle School last night 9 to 3. The Wildcats were led with great pitching from Michael Uhrig and Zach Gioia. Everyone in the lineup reached base. Connor Gordon, Logan Urbonowski and Cody Li all had four steals. 

Your Creekside Lady Wildcats got the season started last night with a second place finish against the Noblesville East and West Millers. The final score was Noblesville West 79, Creekside 46, and Noblesville East 23. First place finishers from last night were Riley Pennington in the 100-meter dash, Riley Pennington, Courtney Kelly, Kate Clarke, and Jasmine Middleton in the 4- by 100-meter relay, and Riley Pennington in the 200-meter dash.

The boys track team also had an awesome start to the season last night by defeating Noblesville East and Noblesville West with 73 points to 39 and 33 points, respectively. First meet nerves were not a factor for the boys with many personal records set and outstanding performances in all events. Some highlights from the meet include a first place finish for the 4 by 800, 4 by 100, and 4 by 400 relays. DJ Conyers had a first place finish in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.75 seconds. Donovan Duffy had a first place finish in the 400-meter with a time of 56 seconds. Eli Konow won first place in both the 800 and 1600, and Aidan O'Nan won first place in the 110-meter hurdles.

Wednesday, April 13th, Blue Day

Krafty Kats meets tomorrow in Mrs. Heidi Davis's room, room 423, to be creative, have time with friends, and enjoy a snack. Hope to see you there!

New seventh grade NJHS members, your first meeting will be tomorrow before school at 7:10 in the auditorium. It is important that you make it there for officer elections and other important announcements. This meeting is for seventh grade members only.

If you enjoy playing basketball, Basketball Club is the club for you. Basketball Club will be every Thursday right after school in the North Gym until the late bus. We will play pick-up games of basketball and have other friendly basketball competitions on the court. Any sixth, seventh, and eighth grader is allowed to play. The first day will be tomorrow in the North Gym.

The next general meeting for CSG members will be tomorrow after school in the sixth grade POD area. The board meeting will be tomorrow morning at 7:00 am in Mrs. Becker’s room.

VEX Robotics will meet after school today and tomorrow.

Come and be our guest In a Grimm Land, coming to Creekside next Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23. Tickets will be available in the bookstore during all lunches until they are sold out. Adult tickets are $6, and student tickets are $4. 

Tuesday, April 12th, Red Day

RC Club and Hobby Club will meet again today after school in room 221 with Mrs. Johnson. New members and guests are always welcome. Be sure you have a ride home at 4:00 or you can take the late bus.

Krafty Kats meets this Thursday in Mrs. Heidi Davis's room, room 423, to be creative, have time with friends, and enjoy a snack.

New seventh grade NJHS members, your first meeting will be Thursday before school at 7:10 in the auditorium. It is important that you make it there for officer elections and other important announcements. This meeting is for seventh grade members only.

Do you like fairy tales? Do you like Grimm fairy tales? Better yet, do you like the Grimm trilogy of novels by Adam Gidwitz? If your answer to any of these questions is “YES,” then come and be our guest In a Grimm Land, coming to Creekside next Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23. Tickets will be available in the bookstore during all lunches starting today. Adult tickets are $6, and student tickets are $4.

Monday, April 11th, Blue Day

RC Club and Hobby Club will meet again tomorrow after school in room 221 with Mrs. Johnson. New members and guests are always welcome. Be sure you have a ride home at 4:00 or you can take the late bus.

Do you like fairy tales? Do you like Grimm fairy tales? Better yet, do you like the Grimm trilogy of novels by Adam Gidwitz? If your answer to any of these questions is “YES,” then come and be our guest In a Grimm Land, coming to Creekside next Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23. Tickets will be available in the bookstore during all lunches starting tomorrow. Adult tickets are $6, and student tickets are $4.

Thursday, March 24th, Blue Day

WHJE, 91.3, is once again offering their Intro to Broadcasting Camp, open to any student entering the seventh, eighth, or ninth grades. Camp dates are June 6 through June 9 from 1:00 to 4:00 each day. For more information, or to register, go to whje.com/camp.

Attention CSG members: the next general meeting is today after school in the 6th grade POD area.

Spring play cast: we will be running several scenes this afternoon in an effort to clean and tighten them up – the Salamander scene, the Dragon scene, the Joker scene, and the Giant scene.

After battling it out in five rounds with 60 questions total, your Creekside Academic Bowl team took away a third place victory in Tuesday night's Hamilton County Academic Bowl Competition. The competition and questions were extremely tough. Congratulations on placing third out of 12 teams! Ms. Howell is proud of you all!

Monday, March 21st, Red Day

WHJE, 91.3, is once again offering their Intro to Broadcasting Camp, open to any student entering the seventh, eighth, or ninth grades. Camp dates are June 6 through June 9 from 1:00 to 4:00 each day. For more information, or to register, go to whje.com/camp.

Attention CSG members: the next general meeting is Thursday after school in the 6th grade