Required Forms for Participation

Requirements for Participation

Athletics Parent Information

Athletics Policies

It is a policy of the Carmel Clay Schools that no athlete will be permitted to use his/her own safety equipment (including but not limited to: helmets, head gear, shoulder pads, fielder’s mask, shoulder pads, and catcher’s gear (helmet, chest protector and shin guards).  The equipment will be issued by the Carmel Clay Schools.

Consent Form

  • Consent Form
    • The consent and concussion form, which is combined into one form, must be completed online prior to participation in CCS Middle School Athletics. The form only needs to be completed once. Please make sure it is done at least one week prior to the first athletic season in which your student chooses to participate. Please follow the directions in the link below to complete the online consent and concussion form.

    • Please wait to complete this portion until students have been enrolled into their new grade level, which usually happens at the beginning of July.  You will receive an email during the summer when this process can begin.

  • Be sure to click through the form until status reads “SUBMITTED.”

  • Concussion Acknowledgment is line item “I” on the online consent form.

Eligibility

Eligibility is determined based on the most recent completed grading period.  To be academically eligible, all student athletes must have at least a 2.0 grade point average, with no more than one failing grade.

Important Creekside Athletic Team Information

Interest Forms

Physical Form

  • Physical Form
    • The physical examination must be performed on or after April 1 by a Physician holding an unlimited license to practice medicine to be valid for the following school year– IHSAA By-Law C 3-10). Continued for the 2018-2019 school year: All physical forms must be signed by the physician (MD, DO, NP, PA) along with his/her license number; Stamped signatures will not be accepted.

    • The physician signature must be hand-written.  No signature stamps will be accepted

    • The physician signature and license number must be affixed on page two (2).

    • The parent signatures must be affixed to the form on page one (1).

    • The student-athlete signature must be affixed to page one (1).

    • Each athlete must have an athletic physical completed on or after April 1 on file with the athletic office to participate in CCS athletics.    

    • Please submit the forms to Creekside’s main office at least one week prior to the start of the season.

St Vincent Sports Performance Information

Creekside Athletic Trainer

Morgan Pipkin, LAT, ATC, MAT

Cell: 317-809-5558

Email: morgan.pipkin@ascension.org

 

Carmel Clay Schools, in exclusive partnership with St. Vincent Sports Performance, provide comprehensive sports medicine care to the student-athletes of Carmel High School, Clay Middle School, Carmel Middle School, and Creekside Middle School.

Athletic trainers at all three middle schools provide services not only at all home athletic events, but work with our student-athletes Monday through Friday during our three athletic seasons.

Morgan Pipkin is the Licensed Athletic Trainer for the Wildcats. She graduated from Warren Central High School in 2010. Morgan went on to Indiana State University, where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training in 2014. During her time at Indiana State, Morgan also minored in massage therapy. She received numerous outstanding academic achievement awards, and graduated with honors. While at Indiana State University, Morgan worked primarily with ISU Football. However, she also has experience working at the high school level and with other collegiate sports. Morgan joined the St. Vincent Sports Performance team in December 2015.

  • Youth performance training

    • St. Vincent Sports Performance developed its Youth Performance class to provide younger athletes, ages 8-12 a jump start to acquiring the motor skills that underpin success as part of long-term athlete development. We bring the focus back to developing proper athleticism and making physical activity fun again by utilizing a combination of activities and games designed to teach speed, agility, and coordination. Visit definingsportsperformance.com to see our full class schedule or call 317-415-5747 to register.

  • Athletic Training Information for Parents

  • Complete Head Injury Care

  • Nutrition Parent Letter

  • Performance Nutrition