Daily Announcements

2018 DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, October 22, Red Day

Don't forget Team Pictures tomorrow!

We are starting a gay straight alliance here at Creekside Middle School. We will be meeting in room 203 every other Wednesday starting on 10/24. Come and hang out in a place where you won't be judged. All are welcome to join.

Friday, October 19, Blue Day

No new announcements.  Have a wonderful weekend Creekside!

Thursday, October 18, Red Day

We are starting a gay straight alliance here at Creekside Middle School. We will be meeting in room 203 every other Wednesday starting on 10/24. Come and hang out in a place where you won't be judged. All are welcome to join.

Wednesday, October 17, Blue Day

Help donate to Books for Youth by bringing in any new or used books and dropping them in each grade level wing.  We appreciate your help in providing books to foster-care children.

The Women’s Basketball team will be holding Middle School pre-tryout workouts this fall on the following dates at Carmel High School:

October 23rd 6:00-7:30
October 25th 6:00-7:30
October 30th 6:00-7:30
November 6th 5:30-7:00
November 14th 5:30-7:00

Please sign up on the CHS girls' basketball website.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Trempe.

Don't forget Team Pictures tomorrow!

The debate club will meet Wednesday, 10/17, in Mrs. Carson's room (410) until 4:05.  Late bus passes will be available.

Art Club will meet this Thursday in Mrs. Tucker's room after school until 4:10.

Film Club will meet this Thursday after school until 4:00.

Experimentation Club Will NOT be meeting this Wednesday. Instead, we will meet this Thursday, October 18th after school in room 223 until the late bus. Slime you soon!

Attention all CSG members!  We are meeting this Wednesday, October 17th after school in the LGI.  Our meeting will end at 4 pm, and you can either ride home in carpool or on the late bus.  See you Wednesday after school!

Best Buddies will meet after school on Wednesday in room 222. If you have not completed your online registration, please do so before Wednesday. Only those with a completed registration will be considered for Peer Buddy positions.

We are starting a gay/straight alliance here at Creekside Middle School. We will be meeting in room 203 every other Wednesday starting on 10/24. Come and hang out in a place where you won't be judged. All are welcome to join.

Tuesday, October 16, Red Day

Help donate to Books for Youth by bringing in any new or used books and dropping them in each grade level wing.  We appreciate your help in providing books to foster-care children.

The Women’s Basketball team will be holding Middle School pre-tryout workouts this fall on the following dates at Carmel High School:

October 23rd 6:00-7:30
October 25th 6:00-7:30
October 30th 6:00-7:30
November 6th 5:30-7:00
November 14th 5:30-7:00

Please sign up on the CHS girls' basketball website.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Trempe.

The 7th and 8th grade Boys Basketball call out meeting will be held in the North Gym on Tuesday, October 16 from 3:10 - 4:00. Please plan to attend if you want to try out for basketball. The meeting will end by 4:00, so please make sure you have a ride. Late bus passes will be provided.

Fishing is fun - Join Angler's club - October 17 3:15-5:00 in room 407.

The debate club will meet Wednesday, 10/17, in Mrs. Carson's room (410) until 4:05.  Late bus passes will be available.

Art Club will meet this Thursday in Mrs. Tucker's room after school until 4:10.

Film Club will meet this Thursday after school until 4:00.

Experimentation Club Will NOT be meeting this Wednesday. Instead, we will meet this Thursday, October 18th after school in room 223 until the late bus. Slime you soon!

Attention all CSG members!  We are meeting this Wednesday, October 17th after school in the LGI.  Our meeting will end at 4 pm, and you can either ride home in carpool or on the late bus.  See you Wednesday after school!

Best Buddies will meet after school on Wednesday in room 222. If you have not completed your online registration, please do so before Wednesday. Only those with a completed registration will be considered for Peer Buddy positions.

Monday, October 15, Blue Day

The Women’s Basketball team will be holding Middle School pre-tryout workouts this fall on the following dates at Carmel High School:

October 23rd 6-7:30
October 25th 6-7:30
October 30th 6-7:30
November 6th 5:30-7
November 14th 5:30-7

Please sign up on the CHS girls' basketball website.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Trempe.

The 7th and 8th grade Boys Basketball call out meeting will be held in the North Gym on Tuesday, October 16 from 3:10 - 4:00. Please plan to attend if you want to try out for basketball. The meeting will end by 4:00, so please make sure you have a ride. Late bus passes will be provided.

Fishing is fun - Join Angler's club - October 17 3:15-5:00 in room 407.

CONGRATULATIONS to this week’s musician of the week Lily Perkins!
Lily is a second year member of the Creekside Choral program and currently in Cantabile Choir. Lily has a smile on her face and leads by example. Her positive attitude, strong work ethic, and desire to improve make her a great addition to the choir program! Keep up the great work Lily!

The debate club will meet Wednesday, 10/17, in Mrs. Carson's room (410) until 4:05.  Late bus passes will be available.

Wednesday, October 8, Red Day

The 7th and 8th grade Boys Basketball call out meeting will be held in the North Gym on Tuesday, October 16 from 3:10 - 4:00. Please plan to attend if you want to try out for basketball. The meeting will end by 4:00, so please make sure you have a ride. Late bus passes will be provided.

Fishing is fun - Join Angler's club - October 17 3:15-5:00 in room 407.

If you would like to help the Magic Yarn Project decorate envelopes for pediatric cancer patients using what we collected from our September Sticker Drive, please sign up outside room 511. We will stay after school until 4:00pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday October 15, 17 and 18.

Remember there is no late bus today!

Tuesday, October 7, Blue Day

The Women’s Basketball team will be holding Middle School pre-tryout workouts this fall on the following dates at Carmel High School:

October 23rd 6:00-7:30
October 25th 6:00-7:30
October 30th 6:00-7:30
November 6th 5:30-7:00
November 14th 5:30-7:00

Please sign up on the CHS girls' basketball website.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Trempe.

Interested in wrestling this year? Come to the callout meeting Tuesday after school in the cafeteria.

Wednesday, October 10th is the National Walk to School Day.  We would love to have a large number of Wildcats participate in this fun activity!  Please meet a wellness teacher at one of the locations by 6:55am.  We will start walking at 7:00am and plan on arriving at school by 7:30am. Look for a flyer or ask your wellness teacher for meeting locations.  We look forward to walking to school with you on October 10th!

The 7th and 8th grade Boys Basketball call out meeting will be held in the North Gym on Tuesday, October 16 from 3:10 - 4:00. Please plan to attend if you want to try out for basketball. The meeting will end by 4:00, so please make sure you have a ride. Late bus passes will be provided.

If you would like to help the Magic Yarn Project decorate envelopes for pediatric cancer patients using what we collected from our September Sticker Drive, please sign up outside room 511.  We will stay after school until 4:00pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday October 15, 17 and 18.

Fishing is fun - Join Angler's club - October 17 3:15-5:00 in room 407.

Monday, October 6, Red Day

Wednesday, October 10th is the National Walk to School Day.  We would love to have a large number of Wildcats participate in this fun activity!  Please meet a wellness teacher at one of the locations by 6:55am.  We will start walking at 7:00am and plan on arriving at school by 7:30am. Look for a flyer or ask your wellness teacher for meeting locations.  We look forward to walking to school with you on October 10th!

The 7th and 8th grade Boys Basketball call out meeting will be held in the North Gym on Tuesday, October 16 from 3:10 - 4:00. Please plan to attend if you want to try out for basketball. The meeting will end by 4:00, so please make sure you have a ride. Late bus passes will be provided.

If you would like to help the Magic Yarn Project decorate envelopes for pediatric cancer patients using what we collected from our September Sticker Drive, please sign up outside room 511.  We will stay after school until 4:00pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday October 15, 17 and 18.

Interested in French culture: crafts, music and food? Come and join us on Wednesday October  17th!  French club will meet every Wednesday after school in room 217. Cannot come that day, but still interested? Register  by scanning the QR on Mme Tripp's room. A bientôt!

Do some catching and forget just fishing.  Last outing anglers' caught over 40 fish.  If you are feeling baited into this, come on out on October 17, room 407 from 3:15-5:00 and hook into some fun.

Friday, October 5, Blue Day

 The Coat Drive is taking place this week! Please remember to bring any new or gently used winter coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! All students who donate will receive a lollipop as a thank you. Collection boxes are in the cafeteria.

Wednesday, October 10th is the National Walk to School Day.  We would love to have a large number of Wildcats participate in this fun activity!  Please meet a wellness teacher at one of the locations by 6:55am.  We will start walking at 7:00am and plan on arriving at school by 7:30am. Look for a flyer or ask your wellness teacher for meeting locations.  We look forward to walking to school with you on October 10th!

The 7th and 8th grade Boys Basketball call out meeting will be held in the North Gym on Tuesday, October 16 from 3:10 - 4:00. Please plan to attend if you want to try out for basketball. The meeting will end by 4:00, so please make sure you have a ride. Late bus passes will be provided. Thursday, October 4 - Monday, October 15

Congratulations to this week’s MUSICIAN of the WEEK, Olivia Sumner, who is a member of the 8th grade Symphony Orchestra and plays the cello. Olivia demonstrates a daily positive attitude and works hard to improve her musicianship. She shows leadership in the classroom and is a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Keep up the amazing efforts and positive mindset. Congratulations Olivia!

Thursday, October 4, Red Day

Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls interested in trying out for basketball cheer. There will be a call out meeting on Thursday, October 4 in the cafeteria immediately after school. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided.

Film Club will meet today after school until 4:00.  Hope to see you there!

Art Club will meet this Thursday after school until 4:10 in Mrs. Tucker's room!

The Coat Drive is taking place this week! Please remember to bring any new or gently used winter coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! All students who donate will receive a lollipop as a thank you. Collection boxes are in the cafeteria.

Wednesday, October 10th is the National Walk to School Day.  We would love to have a large number of Wildcats participate in this fun activity!  Please meet a wellness teacher at one of the locations by 6:55am.  We will start walking at 7:00am and plan on arriving at school by 7:30am. Look for a flyer or ask your wellness teacher for meeting locations.  We look forward to walking to school with you on October 10th!

The 7th and 8th grade Boys Basketball call out meeting will be held in the North Gym on Tuesday, October 16 from 3:10 - 4:00. Please plan to attend if you want to try out for basketball. The meeting will end by 4:00, so please make sure you have a ride. Late bus passes will be provided.

Wednesday, October 3, Blue Day

Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls interested in trying out for basketball cheer. There will be a call out meeting on Thursday, October 4 in the cafeteria immediately after school. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided.

Film Club needs a lot of actors in the upcoming video series.  Come to the next meeting this Thursday, October 4 after school.  Please email Mr. Martin on Canvas to receive your audition form before next meeting.

Art Club will meet this Thursday after school until 4:10 in Mrs. Tucker's room!

If you made the musical crew we have an informative meeting after school today. Please wear or bring a solid black shirt to take your headshot picture.

We have a Tri-M kickoff meeting and breakfast this Thursday morning in the cafeteria. It begins at 7 a.m. There is a sign-up in canvas for food and drink items. Please give those to Mrs. J in the choir room by Wednesday. She has refrigerator access if necessary.
Debate Club will meet after school today in Mrs. Carson's room 410.

The Coat Drive is taking place this week! Please remember to bring any new or gently used winter coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! All students who donate will receive a lollipop as a thank you. Collection boxes are in the cafeteria.

"Writers, poets, storytellers – NOW IS THE TIME!
Creekside’s newest club – the Storyteller’s Club – meets after school the first Wednesday of each month in room 319. First meeting is today!
Bring your laptop, your notebook -- whatever you want! Late bus passes will be provided.

Wednesday, October 10th is the National Walk to School Day.  We would love to have a large number of Wildcats participate in this fun activity!  Please meet a wellness teacher at one of the locations by 6:55am.  We will start walking at 7:00am and plan on arriving at school by 7:30am. Look for a flyer or ask your wellness teacher for meeting locations.  We look forward to walking to school with you on October 10th!

Tuesday, October 2, Red Day

If you made the musical crew we have an informative meeting after school on Wednesday. Please wear or bring a solid black shirt to take your headshot picture.

It's alive! Creekside's Experimentation Club is having our call out meeting on Wednesday, October 3rd after school in room 523. We will brainstorm experiment ideas and stay until the late bus.

Film Club will meet tomorrow after school until 4:00.  Hope to see you there!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls interested in trying out for basketball cheer. There will be a call out meeting on Thursday, October 4 in the cafeteria immediately after school. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided.

Baking Club is cancelled for today.

Debate Club will meet after school on Wednesday, October 3, in Mrs. Carson's room 410.

The Coat Drive is taking place this week! Please remember to bring any new or gently used winter coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! All students who donate will receive a lollipop as a thank you. Collection boxes are in the cafeteria.

Writers, poets, storytellers – NOW IS THE TIME! Creekside’s newest club – the Storyteller’s Club – meets after school the first Wednesday of each month in room 319. That's this Wednesday, October 3rd. Bring your laptop, your notebook -- whatever you want! Late bus passes will be provided.

Monday, October 1, Blue Day

Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls interested in trying out for basketball cheer. There will be a call out meeting on Thursday, October 4 in the cafeteria immediately after school. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided.

Are you looking for a small way to make a big difference in our community? Next week we will be collecting for the Hamilton County Coat Drive. Donation boxes will be in the cafeteria. Please donate any new or gently used clean coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! Anyone who donates will receive a lollipop as a thank you!

Come and join the baking club. This will be the last chance to join. We meet every other Tuesday in the LGI. Current members must remember to bring materials assigned to you to the next meeting on October 2nd. Hope to see you there!!!

It's alive! Creekside's Experimentation Club is having our call out meeting on Wednesday, October 3rd after school in room 523. We will brainstorm experiment ideas and stay until the late bus.

Film Club needs a lot of actors in the upcoming video series.  Come to the next meeting this Thursday, October 4 after school.  Please email Mr. Martin on Canvas to receive your audition form before next meeting.

Art Club will meet this Thursday after school until 4:10 in Mrs. Tucker's room!

Friday, September 28, Red Day

Bus 15 will be run by Bus 66 this afternoon so if you're on bus 15 you will need to wait in the vestibule in the cafeteria for bus 66 to come back to get you.

Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls interested in trying out for basketball cheer. There will be a call out meeting on Thursday, October 4 in the cafeteria immediately after school. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Late bus passes will be provided.

Did you apply to be on the Mary Poppins musical crew? Please check to see if you made the list tonight around 6 p.m. You can find it at www.creeksideperformingarts.org.

Are you looking for a small way to make a big difference in our community? Next week we will be collecting for the Hamilton County Coat Drive. Donation boxes will be in the cafeteria. Please donate any new or gently used clean coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! Anyone who donates will receive a lollipop as a thank you!

Come and join the baking club. This will be the last chance to join. We meet every other Tuesday on the LGI. Current members must remember to bring materials assigned to you to the next meeting on October 2nd. Hope to see you there!!!

It's alive! Creekside's Experimentation Club is having our call out meeting on Wednesday, October 3rd after school in room 523. We will brainstorm experiment ideas and stay until the late bus.

Congratulations this week's Musician of the Week,  Rylan Miner, a 8th percussionist in the Wind Symphony.  We have been very impressed with Rylan’s musical growth since the start of the school year, and are so grateful for the leadership he shows in band each day!  On any given day, Rylan can be found helping fellow students in his section and setting a great example for participation.  We are so happy that Rylan is a part of the Creekside Band!

Thursday, September 27, Blue Day

Musical crew packets are due today to Mrs. Johnson in the choir room.

Its CHS Spirit Week! Tomorrow will be blue and gold day. Friday is the premiere of the first ever episode of the Creekside Vibe Student News Magazine. Teachers-please be sure to tune to Channel 95. The show will begin right after the pledge.

Interested in acting or directing for film?  Join Film Club starting this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:00 in the LGI.  Please see Mr. Martin for more information.

Attention CSG members!  Please remember to turn in your optional pullover order forms to Mrs. Berju or Mrs. Crowe by Friday, September 28th.  Any late order forms will not be accepted.

Are you looking for a small way to make a big difference in our community? Next week we will be collecting for the Hamilton County Coat Drive. Donation boxes will be in the cafeteria. Please donate any new or gently used clean coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! Anyone who donates will receive a lollipop as a thank you!

Picture retakes are today 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 today. Order information slips are available in the office.

Come and join the baking club. This will be the last chance to join. We meet every other Tuesday on the LGI. Current members must remember to bring materials assigned to you to the next meeting on October 2nd.

Attention all PAC members: We have a PAC Meeting tonight in the Community Room immediately after school.

CRU will be meeting tomorrow morning in the LGI at 7am.  There will be games, donuts, and friends.  CRU is a club that is a caring community,  passionate about connecting others to Jesus Christ.

Wednesday, September 26, Red Day

Come and join the baking club. This will be the last chance to join. We meet every other Tuesday on the LGI. Current members must remember to bring materials assigned to you to the next meeting on October 2nd. Hope to see you there!!!

Its CHS Spirit Week! Tomorrow will be favorite holiday day (no Halloween costumes, please), and Friday will be blue and gold day.

Picture retakes are scheduled for Thursday, September 27th 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.  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 information slips are available in the office.

Are you looking for a small way to make a big difference in our community? Next week we will be collecting for the Hamilton County Coat Drive. Donation boxes will be in the cafeteria. Please donate any new or gently used clean coats, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and boots in all sizes! Anyone who donates will receive a lollipop as a thank you!
Attention CSG members!  Please remember to turn in your optional pullover order forms to Mrs. Berju or Mrs. Crowe by Friday, September 28th.  Any late order forms will not be accepted.  Also- if you have not already joined the CSG Canvas page, please make sure to give your email to Mrs. Berju or Mrs. Crowe ASAP so they can add you to the page.  All CSG information will be distributed via Canvas.
Interested in acting or directing for film?  Join Film Club starting this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:00 in the LGI.  Please see Mr. Martin for more information.

Want to debate about your favorite topics?  Want a fun, social, and learning experience after school?  Then come to the debate club call out meeting today in Mrs. Carson's room (410)!  

Congratulations to this week's musician of the week Kirin Moran! Kirin is a third year choir member and currently in Concert Choir. Not only is she a solid musician and music reader but you can count on Kirin to be ready to work with a positive attitude. Her leadership is quiet but consistent. She is helpful and knows that you can lead simply by giving your personal best. Thanks Kirin for being a great choir member!

Did you apply to be on the Mary Poppins musical crew? Please check to see if you made the list tonight around 6 p.m. You can find it at www.creeksideperformingarts.org
Musical crew packets are due this Thursday, September 27th to Mrs. Johnson in the choir room.

Tuesday, September 25, Blue Day

Musical crew packets are due this Thursday, -September 27th-to Mrs. Johnson in the choir room.

Interested in acting or directing for film?  Join Film Club starting this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:00 in the LGI.  Please see Mr. Martin for more information.

Its CHS Spirit Week! Tomorrow will be Hawaiian day, Thursday will be favorite holiday day (no Halloween costumes, please), and Friday will be blue and gold day.

Come to the Debate Club call out meeting on Wednesday, September 26 in Mrs. Carson's room (410)!  We will plan a debate to be hosted at the next meeting. 

Follow Creekside news on Instagram. Search for Creekside News Bureau and CRM Activities to stay informed.

Attention CSG members!  Please remember to turn in your optional pullover order forms to Mrs. Berju or Mrs. Crowe by Friday, September 28th.  Any late order forms will not be accepted.  Also- if you have not already joined the CSG Canvas page, please make sure to give your email to Mrs. Berju or Mrs. Crowe ASAP so they can add you to the page.  All CSG information will be distributed via Canvas.

 Monday, September 24, Red Day

The Wildcat tennis team kept up its winning ways last week by downing the cross-town rival Carmel Cougars in action Thursday afternoon. The girls team swept all nine matches with dominant wins, paced by number one singles player Saumya Somasi. In boys play, they were able to secure a varsity win and seven of their nine matches, highlighted by a gutsy tie-breaker victory by Sarvy Shrianandh and Aarit Musilannagari.

Last Monday night the Wildcat tennis teams participated in the first annual city match. Paced by Saumya S. and Amogha P., the girls netted second and third place, respectively, in the four-round singles tournament held at Carmel High School. The girls also nailed down a third place in doubles play. The boys took second place in the doubles portion of the tournament with strong play from Sarvy S. and Aarit M.

Last Tuesday evening the Wildcat cross country team traveled to Fall Creek Valley to take on the Bear Cats. It was a very hot night and the teams were able to beat the heat and the competition by nearly sweeping each race. Top performers for the Wildcats were 6th grader Izzy R, who won the girls race, and 8th grader Neil F, who won the boys race. Great job Wildcat runners!

Last Thursday afternoon, the red-hot Wildcat tennis team rolled over the Park Tudor Panthers in tennis action. Winning 14 out of 18 overall matches, highlights included a gritty victory at number three singles by Sarvy S., on the boys side and a nail-biter tiebreak win at by Dhanya and Divya at number one doubles on the girls side. The girls remain undefeated at 6-0 on the season, and the boys team has won four matches in a row.

Its CHS Spirit Week! Tomorrow will be tie dye day, Wednesday will be Hawaiian day, Thursday will be favorite holiday day (no Halloween costumes, please), and Friday will be blue and gold day.

Musical crew packets are due this Thursday, September 27th to Mrs. Johnson in the choir room.

Attention NJHS students, the next National Junior Honor Society meeting will be tomorrow, Tuesday, September 25.  The meeting will take place in the auditorium before school at 7:10 am.

Want to debate about your favorite topics?  Want a fun, social, and learning experience after school?  Then come to the debate club call out meeting on Wednesday, September 26 in Mrs. Carson's room (410)!  We will plan a debate to be hosted at the next meeting.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Friday, September 21, Blue Day

Attention NJHS students, the next National Junior Honor Society meeting will be on Tuesday, September 25.  The meeting will take place in the auditorium before school at 7:10 am.

Next week is CHS Homecoming and we'd like to join in on the fun with a spirit week here at Creekside.  Monday will be jersey day, Tuesday will be tie dye day, Wednesday will be Hawaiian day, Thursday will be favorite holiday day (no Halloween costumes, please), and Friday will be blue and gold day. 

All Mary Poppins Crew Forms are due to Mrs. Johnson in the choir room by the end of TODAY. Please check the crew list Friday evening at 6 p.m. which can be accessed at www.creeksideperformingarts.org

Thursday, September 20, Red Day

The 1st CRU meeting is this Friday at 7 am in the LGI. There will be treats, games and friends! Join us every Friday morning before school starting this week!

Next week is CHS Homecoming and we'd like to join in on the fun with a spirit week here at Creekside. Monday will be jersey day, Tuesday will be tie dye day, Wednesday will be Hawaiian day, Thursday will be favorite holiday day (no Halloween costumes, please), and Friday will be blue and gold day. *Think you have the most spirit? Snap a picture by 10am each day you participate and tag @crmactivities on Instagram for your chance to win some candy! Winners will be notified during their lunch.*

Still have a Mary Poppins Crew packet to turn in? Don't forget to drop it off in the choir room on your way out so you don't miss your chance!

The Creekside chapter of the Magic Yarn Project is still collecting stickers to decorate envelopes for pediatric cancer patients because September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  We need any princess stickers or superheroes, including Ninja Turtles. Bring any loose sticker sheets or old sticker books to room 511in the 6th grade hall (Mrs. Boudouris).

Attention NJHS students, the next National Junior Honor Society meeting will be on Tuesday, September 25.  The meeting will take place in the auditorium before school at 7:10 am.

Want to stay in the know? Follow the Creekside News Bureau on Instagram. Search for Creekside News and follow us!

Wednesday, September 19, Blue Day

Art Club will meet this Thursday Sept. 20th in Mrs. Tucker's room! Please note Art Club will end at 4:00 this week, not 4:10.

Attention NJHS students, the next National Junior Honor Society meeting will be on Tuesday, September 25. The meeting will take place in the auditorium before school at 7:10 am.

Are you interested in being a member of the Mary Poppins Jr. Crew? We need students excited about make-up, sets, lights, and more. Pick up a packet on Friday on the Auditorium musical board or print one from creeksideperformingarts.org All packets are due to Mrs. Johnson in the choir room by Thursday, September 27th to be considered.
 

Tuesday, September 18, Red Day

Spellbowl Team Tryouts will be in Mrs. Carson's room (410) today after school until 4 pm.

Art Club will meet this Thursday Sept. 20th in Mrs. Tucker's room! Please note Art Club will end at 4:00 this week, not 4:10.

Are you interested in being a member of the Mary Poppins Jr. Crew? We need students excited about make-up, sets, lights, and more. Pick up a packet on Friday on the Auditorium musical board or print one from creeksideperformingarts.org All packets are due to Mrs. Johnson in the choir room by Thursday, September 27th to be considered.

The Best Buddies call out meeting will be on Wednesday, September 19th after school in room 222. Please see Mrs. Angie Miller or Mr. Stangel with any questions.

Like to bake? Join  the Baking Club. The first  meeting will be tomorrow in the LGI from 3:10 until 4. Late bus passess  will be available. For more information see Mrs. Cruz-Martinez.

Monday, September 17, Blue Day

Did you go to the Taylor Swift concert this weekend? Help the yearbook staff tell the concert story. Stop in to submit pics of you and your pals to the yearbook staff. Yearbook is located in the Journalism Lab/Room 215! 

There will NOT be a Creekside Angler’s Club meeting today. Tonight's Angler's Club meeting has been moved to next Tuesday, September the 25 from 3:15 - 5:00. Again there is no Angler's Club meeting tonight.

Attention CSG! Our first meeting is today after school. We will meet in the LGI until 4 pm. Late bus passes will be provided.

Like to bake? Join  the Baking Club. The first  meeting will be tomorrow in the LGI from 3:10 until 4:00. Late bus passess  will be available. For more information see Mrs. Cruz-Martinez.

Friday, September 14, Red Day

Going to the Taylor Swift concert this weekend? Help the yearbook staff tell the concert story. Take selfies of you and your friends, along with concert pics.  Stop in to submit your pics to the yearbook staff next week. Yearbook is located in the Journalism Lab/Room 215!

Interested in hooking into your first fish?  Wanting to catch the biggest bass on Creekside property? Join the Anglers Club which will meet this Monday, September 17 in room 407, from 3:15-5:00.  See Mr. Kendrick if you are interested.  You can ride the late bus home at 4:00 or have a ride ready at five.  Sign ups are on the door. Only the first 12 to sign up can fish on Monday.  

Spell Bowl Team Tryouts will be in Mrs. Carson's room (410) after school on Tuesday 9/18 until 4 pm.  Late bus passes will be available. The Best Buddies call out meeting will be on Wednesday, September 19th  right after school in room 222.

Come and join the Baking Club. The first  meeting will be on September 18 in the LGI from 3:10 until 4. Late bus passess  will be available. For more information see Mrs. Cruz-Martinez.

The boys and girls Wildcat tennis teams netted a win Tuesday afternoon against Noblesville East. The boys secured their 3-2 victory and were led by a comeback win at number one singles by Sai Meda. The girls held onto their undefeated season by taking 9 of the 11 matches played, paced by number two singles player Amogha Paleru's 8-0 win.

Tuesday night the 8th grade volleyball team lost a tough match to Clay.  Kristina Zerbinopoulos had a solo block on the right side.  Greta Baird had strong passes from middle back. The seventh grade volleyball team came away with a victory against Hamilton Heights last week.. After losing the first set, the girls fought off shaky plays to win the next two.  Lily Perkins, Caroline Miller, and Avery Carlisle all provided excellent back row support, while Addy Schnierle and Tylar Simpkiss both had kills for the Wildcats. 

Last week the cross country team competed against Noblesville West. It was a very rainy meet against a very tough competition. Both girls and boys teams kept the races close but were unable to seal victories. Seventh grader Ashlyn G. had a great race and lowered her time from the previous meet by over a minute. This was, eighth grader, Josiah S. first race and he finished strong with a top ten performance for the Wildcats. The cross country team will travel to Riverside for the annual Golden Hawk invitational next Tuesday.  

The 8th grade Football team went  to 4 and 1 with a 18 to 12 loss to Clay on Wednesday. The B team defeated Clay by a score of 24-0. Austin Kent completed five of seven passes. Blake Mathews and Baker Simmons each caught touchdown passes. On defense Chris Compton had an interception and fumble recovery. Stewart Funke also had a number of big tackles. This week the 7th grade football team played Clay Middle and won 30 to 0. The B team also won by a wide margin.

Thursday, September 13, Blue Day

The VEX IQ Robotics Team will have a callout today in Mr. Crawford's STEM Lab.

Attention 8th grade CRU members.  If you’re interested in a leadership role this year in CRU, come see Mrs. Ruetz for details and to sign up today.  We’ll meet this FRIDAY morning at 7 am in room 521.  CRU will officially kick off for all others on Friday, Sept. 21st.

Like to bake? Join  the Baking Club. The first  meeting will be on September 18 in the LGI from 3:10 until 4. Late bus passess  will be available. For more information see Mrs. Cruz-Martinez.
 

Wednesday, September 12, Red Day

Attention 8th grade CRU members.  If you’re interested in a leadership role this year in CRU, come see Mrs. Ruetz for details and to sign up today.  We’ll meet this FRIDAY morning at 7 am in room 521.  CRU will officially kick off for all others on Friday, Sept. 21st.The VEX IQ Robotics Team will have a callout Thursday in Mr. Crawford's STEM Lab. Come and join the Baking Club. The first  meeting will be on September 18 in the LGI from 3:10 until 4. Late bus passess  will be available. For more information see Mrs. Cruz-Martinez.

Congratulations to this week’s Creekside Athlete of the Week, William Kurlander!  William’s effort on the court is guided by his passion for the game. He battles back when he’s down in a match and encourages his team no matter how difficult the drill is. He is humble and courteous to every opponent we face, and his character in the classroom is not any different. William is enthusiastic and always has a smile on his face. The tennis team is grateful to have him as our leader. Keep representing our Creekside athletic pillars!  Character, respect, effort, enthusiasm, kindness, sportsmanship, integrity, dedication, and excellence. 

The football tailgate is today at the 8th grade football game vs Clay! The tailgate will begin immediately after school at the football field where you will enjoy food, music, and activities such as kickball, soccer, football, face painting, poster making, and even a photo booth so be sure to bring your phone to capture all of these fun moments. Tickets are $5 which includes all of the fun activities, entrance to the game, and even a hotdog, chips, and a drink. Tickets will be on sale during your lunch so don’t forget to bring $5 so you’re able to participate in all the action.

Tuesday, September 11, Blue Day

Attention 8th grade CRU members.  If you’re interested in a leadership role this year in CRU, come see Mrs. Ruetz for details and to sign up today.  We’ll meet this FRIDAY morning at 7 am in room 521.  CRU will officially kick off for all others on Friday, Sept. 21st.

Spell Bowl Team Tryouts will be in Mrs. Carson's room (410) after school on Tuesday 9/18 until 4 pm.  Late bus passes will be available.

The football tailgate is tomorrow, September 12th, at the 8th grade football game vs Clay!  The tailgate will begin immediately after school at the football field where you will enjoy food,music, and activities such as kickball, soccer, football, face painting, poster making, and even a photo booth so be sure to bring your phone to capture all of these fun moments. Tickets are $5 which includes all of the fun activities, entrance to the game, and even a hotdog, chips, and a drink.  Tickets will be on sale Tuesday and Wednesday during your lunch so don’t forget to bring $5 so you’re able to participate in all the action.

The VEX IQ Robotics Team will have a callout Thursday in Mr. Crawford's STEM Lab. Come and join the Baking Club. The first  meeting will be on September 18 in the LGI from 3:10 until 4. Late bus passess  will be available. For more information see Mrs. Cruz-Martinez.

Monday, September 10, Red Day

Attention 8th grade CRU members.  If you’re interested in a leadership role this year in CRU, come see Mrs. Ruetz for details and to sign up today.  We’ll meet this FRIDAY morning at 7 am in room 521.  CRU will officially kick off for all others on Friday, Sept. 21st.
Have a great day Creekside!

Friday, September 7, Blue Day

If you applied for Creekside Student Government be on the lookout for acceptance letters today during Core+.  Core teachers, please make sure to pick up acceptance letters from your mailbox today before Core+.  The first meeting for CSG will be on Wednesday, September 19th after school until the late bus.

The call out meeting for Best Buddies will be on Wednesday, September 12th in room 222. See Mrs. Angie Miller or Mr. Stangel with any questions.

A terrific comeback win by Carolyn Hubbard at number two singles pushed the girls' Wildcat tennis team to a close win against the Riverside Golden Hawks. Both girls' doubles teams were also victorious.

The boys lost a close one, but wins by William Kurlander and the doubles team of Aarit Musilannagari and Jackson McCullough made for a good all-around effort.

The Creekside 7th grade team lost a tough home match to Westfield. The girls fought hard and did their best to put their practice work onto the court. Addy Schnierle and Carolyn Jia were both successful at the net, providing great coverage for the Wildcats.  The 8th grade volleyball team lost to a tough Westfield team. The girls fought hard, but came up short. Sophia Anderson and Ally Carroll had two amazing blocks!

The girls and boys cross country teams competed against Westfield and Fall Creek Junior High. Not only did the teams battle the extreme heat, but also, they had to run against some tough competition. Both teams were able to push through and come away with big victories. Top performers of the night were Kara Wenzler, Evie Gorder, Averi Weninger, Neil Fairman, Matt Rosio, and Layne Epple.

 

Thursday, September 6, Red Day

Floor Hockey Club starts today and runs every Thursday in September and October. All skill and grade levels are welcome.  Come join the fun!!

Wednesday, September 5, Blue Day

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The Creekside chapter of the Magic Yarn Project is collecting stickers for decorating envelopes for pediatric cancer patients. We need any princess or superhero stickers , including Ninja Turtles. Bring any loose sticker sheets or old sticker books to Mrs. Boudouris’s room, # 511, in the 6th grade wing.

Floor Hockey Club starts tomorrow and runs every Thursday in September and October. All skill and grade levels are welcome. Come join the fun!!

Tuesday, September 4, Red Day

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The Creekside chapter of the Magic Yarn Project is collecting stickers for decorating envelopes for pediatric cancer patients. We need any princess or superhero stickers, including Ninja Turtles. Bring any loose sticker sheets or old sticker books to Mrs. Boudouris’s room, # 511, in the 6th grade wing.

Attention all NJHS members: The first NJHS meeting will be on Wednesday, September 5 in the auditorium. The meeting will be before school from 7:10-7:30.

Floor Hockey Club starts Sept 6th and runs every Thursday in September and October. All skill and grade levels are welcome. Come join the fun!! 

Friday, August 31, Blue Day

Attention all students interested in Creekside Student Government! Your application forms are due to Mrs. Crowe and Mrs. Berju in room 226 TODAY. Late applications will not be accepted.

Attention all NJHS members: The first NJHS meeting will be on Wednesday, September 5 in the auditorium.  The meeting will be before school from 7:10-7:30.

This week the 7th grade football team went up against Carmel Middle and won 42 to 8. Touchdowns were made  by Patrick Garton, Trey deSeymour, Danny Webster, Hunter Snow, Cameron Walker, and Drew Van Bibber.

The 8th grade football team improved their record to 3 and 0 with a 6 to 0 win against Carmel on Wednesday  night. The Wildcats leading rusher was Winston Berglund and the games lone score came on a touchdown pass from Ryan Joyce to Corbin Crossen. The defense managed to hold the Cougars scoreless,  capping off a total team win.

Both tennis teams opened their seasons this week against cross-town rival Clay Middle School. The Wildcat girls got off to a strong start with a varsity team win, eventually winning six out of nine matches in all. Siri Birisetty, Ava Rainwater, Dhanya Pathangi, Shrinidhi Yarabolu, and Emma Montarce played well.

The boys' team lost their varsity team match to the Trojans, but were led by number one singles player Sai Meda and his strong play and hustle.

The eighth grade volleyball team beat Carmel in 3 sets.  Brenley Blackman had a great block in the middle and Kristina Zerbinopoulos had several kills.  Lily Waikel finished the third set with strong serves to give the 8th grade Wildcats a victory.

Thursday, August 30, Red Day

If you are interested in Creekside Student Government make sure to turn in your application to Mrs. Crowe or Mrs. Berju in room 226 by Friday. Late applications will not be accepted. If you were in CSG last year you do not need to reapply. You can get an application from your Core teachers.

Art Club will begin meeting today  after school in Mrs. Tucker's room. All are welcome!

Attention all NJHS members: The first NJHS meeting will be on Wednesday, September 5 in the auditorium.  The meeting will be before school from 7:10-7:30. 

Floor hockey club starts Sept 6th and runs every Thursday in September and October. All skill and grade levels are welcome.  Come join the fun!! 

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The Creekside chapter of the Magic Yarn Project is collecting stickers for decorating envelopes for pediatric cancer patients.  We need any princess or superhero stickers , including Ninja Turtles. Bring any loose sticker sheets or old sticker books to Mrs. Boudouris’s room, # 511, in the 6th grade wing.  

Wednesday, August 29, Blue Day

If you are interested in Creekside Student Government make sure to turn in your application to Mrs. Crowe or Mrs. Berju in room 226 by Friday. Late applications will not be accepted. If you were in CSG last year you do not need to reapply. You can get an application from your Core teachers.

Art Club will begin meeting on Thursday August 30th after school in Mrs. Tucker's room. All are welcome!

Attention all NJHS members: The first NJHS meeting will be on Wednesday, September 5 in the auditorium.  The meeting will be before school from 7:10-7:30. 

Tuesday, August 28, Red Day

If you are interested in Creekside Student Government make sure to turn in your application to Mrs. Crowe or Mrs. Berju in room 226 by Friday. Late applications will not be accepted. If you were in CSG last year you do not need to reapply. You can get an application from your Core teachers.

Art Club will begin meeting on Thursday August 30th after school in Mrs. Tucker's room. All are welcome!

Attention all NJHS members: The first NJHS meeting will be on Wednesday, September 5 in the auditorium.  The meeting will be before school from 7:10-7:30.  

Monday, August 27, Blue Day

If you are interested in Creekside Student Government make sure to turn in your application to Mrs. Crowe or Mrs. Berju in room 226 by Friday. Late applications will not be accepted. If you were in CSG last year you do not need to reapply. You can get an application from your Core teachers.

Art Club will begin meeting on Thursday August 30th after school in Mrs. Tucker's room. All are welcome!

Friday, August 24, Red Day

Attention Creekside! If you are interested in Creekside Student Government your Block 1 teacher has application forms. Applications are due by Friday, August 31st to Mrs. Crowe and Mrs. Berju in room 226 and late applications will not be accepted. If you were previously in CSG you do not need to reapply. Creekside Student Government is an opportunity to get involved in your community and your school. We hope to see your application turned in by next Friday.

 If you are planning to audition for this year's musical Mary Poppins Jr., you must sign-up for an audition slot by TODAY at 3:15 p.m. You can find the audition signups and all other important details at creeksideperformingarts.org Break a leg!

Thursday, August 23, Blue Day

Are you following Creekside on social media? Check out Instagram and look for Creekside News Bureau, Creekside Cheerleading, and CRM Activities to stay in the know. 

Art Club will begin meeting on Thursday August 30th after school in Mrs. Tucker's room. All are welcome! If you are planning to audition for this year's musical Mary Poppins Jr., you must sign-up for an audition slot by this Friday at 3:15 p.m. You can find the audition signups and all other important details at creeksideperformingarts.org. Break a leg!

Wednesday, August 22, Red Day

Be sure to carry your Student ID with you to lunch and to the Creekside Commons!

Tuesday, August 21, Blue Day

After School Study Hall will begin today.  It meets in the Creekside Commons/Media Center from 3:10 until 4:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  You must bring all supplies with you as you will not be allowed to return to your locker.  Late bus passes will be provided.

Monday, August 20, Red Day

Reserved your yearbook yet? If not, do it now so that you are guaranteed a copy in May. Go to yearbookforever.com.

After School Study Hall will begin on Tuesday August 21st.  It meets in the Creekside Commons/Media Center from 3:10 until 4:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  You must bring all supplies with you as you will not be allowed to return to your locker.  Late bus passes will be provided.

Tuesday, August 14, FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Welcome back, Wildcats!

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&n