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Are you interested in a program that will complement your child’s educational experience, that is project-based and self-directed? How about a fun, team-based program that reinforces intellectual curiosity and cooperative learning and incorporates elements of STEM concepts and the Arts. If you are, then the Destination Imagination program may be just the thing for you and your child.

 



Destination Imagination (DI) is a fun, extracurricular program sponsored by LISD for all students in grades K-12. DI’s goals are aligned with the district’s strategic goals. Teams are school-based and managed by parent volunteers who are trained and supported by LISD.

 

 

 

For more information, contact LISD’s DI Coordinator Robin Napier at napierr@lisd.net or 469-948-8201.

 

If you are ready for your child to be placed on a team, contact Bushra Aziz bushraa@gmail.com, our CHE PTA DI Coordinator.

 


 

 

The Destination Imagination (DI) program is a fun, hands-on system of learning that fosters students' creativity, courage and curiosity through open-ended academic Challenges in the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), fine arts and service learning.  Our participants learn patience, flexibility, persistence, ethics, respect for others and their ideas, and the collaborative problem solving process.  

 

An LISD-sponsored activity, DI teams are managed by parent volunteers, and team DI solutions are entirely kid-created.  Teams will meet at the time and place of their choosing, and challenges are broken up by grade --K-2nd (Rising Stars) or 3rd-5th (6 different themed Competitive challenges available based on team interest).  Teams may showcase their solutions at a tournament, and competitive teams will have the opportunity to advance to further levels.

 

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