Sarah Byrom – Guest Contributor
Sep 14 @ 10:23
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Destination ImagiNation’s 2017-18 season has officially begun! Children are invited to start a team in Destination ImagiNation today and become a part of the world’s premier creativity, teamwork and problem-solving program. To date, Destination ImagiNation has engaged more than 3 million participants worldwide. From engineering to service learning to improvisation, this season’s new and unique Challenges are sure to stretch your imagination even further and take you on a journey of a lifetime—all while helping you learn and improve on your interpersonal and management skills, celebrate your creativity, persevere from imagination to innovation and, of course, have fun!

Destination ImagiNation (DI) is an innovative organization that teaches creativity, teamwork and problem-solving. In DI, student teams participate in Challenges, exercises that socially and intellectually activate students by prompting them to use creativity and teamwork to solve problems. DI Team Challenges fall into seven categories: technical and mechanical; science and theater arts; theater and fine arts; improvisation and theater arts; structural and architectural design; Rising Stars! for early learners; and projectOUTREACH, DI’s community service challenge.

On Monday, September 25 at 6:30 p.m. the Dal-Rich Region, which serves HPISD schools, will host a DI interest session. This meeting is an introduction to the DI program. The meeting will be held at McCulloch Intermediate School located at 3555 Granada Ave.

For more information regarding team registration deadlines, tournament dates and how to start a team, email or HPISD District Representative, Kim Brooks at  or campus representatives:   Armstrong- Emily Pitts, , Braddfield- Caroline Fischer, , Hyer- Carrie Boydston, , UP- Kayla Myers, , MIS- Molly Iler, For more information on Destination ImagiNation® check out

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