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Creekside Middle School
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Extracurricular Clubs 2019-2020
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Club meeting time and dates
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Activities are open to students in grades 6, 7, and 8 unless otherwise noted
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Club NameSponsorContact InformationDescription
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Student Athletic BoardMr. Hartog and Mr. Serightrhartog@ccs.k12.in.usCoaches and teachers recommend seventh grade students at the end of the school year to serve on the Student Athletic Board (SAB) during their eighth grade year. The SAB assists the athletic department in hosting athletic events, planning philanthropic activities, coordinating fifth grade transition evenings, and promoting school spirit.
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Creekside Student GovernmentMrs. Berju & Mrs. Crowejberju@ccs.k12.in.us
ecrowe@ccs.k12.in.us
Creekside Student Government is a club made up of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students wanting to better their community and their school. Students are required to do a minimum of 3 volunteer service hours throughout the year. CSG meets once a month, for one hour on Wednesdays, where we plan future evets. Students apply to become a member at the beginning of each school year and membership rolls over from year to year. If students are interested in applying, they need to pick up an application in the front office from August 26th to August 29th. All applications are due August 30th. No late applications will be accepted.
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Creekside BrassBroughabrough@ccs.k12.in.usCreekside Brass is a club that meets on Thursdays after school in room 819 or in the auditorium (when possible). Creekside Brass is open to any 7th and 8th grade student that plays trumpet, French horn, trombone, baritone/euphonium, and tuba. Our goal is to provide more opportunities to perform on our instruments as well as engage in fun and educational musical experiences.
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CruMrs. Ruetz, Mr. Kendrick, Mrs. Nishida, Mr. VanHoordecruetz@ccs.k12.in.usCru is a caring community passionate about connecting others to Jesus Christ. We meet in the LGI at 7am every Wednesday morning. There will be donuts, juice, games, friends, and a short lesson from the Bible. Membership is open to all and you are free to drop in any time throughout the year. Cru is an international organization serving students in middle school through college.
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Digital Storytelling ClubMr. Chellischelli@ccs.k12.in.usDSC (Digital Storytelling Club) is for kids interested in crafting stories using digital tools. Create Your Own Adventure Stories and more will be featured. Meetings announced at least one week in advance.
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Dungeons and DragonsMrs. Maykmay@ccs.k12.in.usThe Dungeons and Dragons club is for kids who enjoy fantasy gaming. This is a table top style game where the story is created (usually by the “Dungeon master”) as the kids play. Students do not need any prior experience with the game as club members will teach them, and often two or more levels of the game are progressing at the same time. If a student has game materials it is helpful but not required.
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Magic Yarn ProjectMrs. Boudouriscboudour@ccs.k12.in.usStudent will work on crafts related to this charity for pediatric cancer patients. We will decorate envelopes, make flowers, or possibly even learn to crochet. Head to www.themagicyarnproject.com to learn more about this awesome charity.
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Soccer ClubMr. Sanderscsanders@ccs.k12.in.usSoccer Club is for any and all students interested in playing soccer after school. We will meet Wednesday, 9/11 right after school for a callout meeting. Soccer club will go every Wednesday until we are no longer able to go outside due the cold/weather.
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Minute To Win It ClubMr. Drew & Mr. Bartleywdrew@ccs.k12.in.us; cbartley@ccs.k12.in.usMinute to Win it club is a club where 6th 7th and 8th graders can come play games with friends. We will do challenges and compete against friends. We will meet every other Thursday and we hope to see you there!
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Origami and All Things JapaneseMrs. Nishidalbranks@ccs.k12.in.usThis club is for all students who would like to learn the ancient Japanese art form of Origami. We will also explore other aspects of Japanese culture from traditional clothing to hibachi.
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Orchestra ClubMr. Davistdavis2@ccs.k12.in.usThe Creekside Orchestra Club will meet on Mondays after school in room 822. The purpose of this club is to provide students will string instrument experience the opportunity to play their instrument, and to experience playing in an ensemble outside of their class time. We will play fun music from movies, pop songs, and other sources. The club is open to string playing 7th and 8th grade students, and 6th graderes will previous orchestral experience
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British Breakfast ClubMrs. Barnessbarnes@ccs.k12.in.usThe British Breakfast Club will meet the first and last Friday morning of each month from 7:00-7:30 in Rm 312. Students will enjoy eating muffins, drinking English tea, and watching The British Bake Off. All students are welcome, although students will need to sign up in advance outside of Rm. 312 in order for Mrs. Barnes to have the right amount of supplies.
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Meme Team ClubMiss Gray and Miss Rafterykraftery@ccs.k12.in.usThe Meme Team Club will meet after school on red Tuesdays of every month to look at memes and create new memes.
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Movie NightMr. Martinmmartin1@ccs.k12.in.usMovie Night is a time where students come together to watch (G and PG rated) movies most every Friday after school in the LGI.
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Black Student UnionMr. Ashleyjashley@ccs.k12.in.usThis club is for all students to come together and discuss the real world issues as they pertain to black culture. We will meet every other Tuesday in Room 302
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Basketball ClubMr. Ashleyjashley@ccs.k12.in.usBasketball Club is for all students interested in playing basketball after school. We will alternate between boys and girls every other Wednesday.
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Creekside Literary MagazineMrs. Gemelas-Woodlgemelas@ccs.k12.in.usThe Creekside Literary Magazine is a club for all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders interested in editing, revising, and collaborating together to create a literary magazine. Students will gain experience in editing and designing while having fun and interacting with each other. We will release a new edition each semester. The club meets every Wednesday in room 416 until 4:05PM
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