California Teams are in the News!
A team of students from Scripps Ranch and Poway chose to simultaneously solve the Scientific and Fine Arts challenges this year.Solving two challenges is highly unusual and required tremendous dedication. This team advanced to DI Global Finals in Kansas City MO and won 1st place in both challenge categories. They were also honored with a special award for exceptional engineering in their solution.
Team Golden Minions Hack the S2 Robot to Advance to Destination Imagination's CA State Competition
Stevenson Elementary Destination Imagination
Moving on to the State Tournament
Members of Team Super Six from Hollister Elementary celebrate their first-place finish in the Engineering Challenge of the Destination Imagination Regional Tournament held Saturday.
Team Your Worst Nightmare of Montessori in Redlands participates in the state level of the Destination Imagination competition on April 2 at the Riverside Convention Center in Riverside.
The We are G.R.A.O.T. team from The Grove School in Redlands tied for third place in the state Destination Imagination tournament in Clovis on April 6, 2019. From left they are, Elaine Spencer, Alex Holden, Evan Hill, Reid Norton-Brainerd and Owen Crocker
The Mad Mystery Men team from Kimberly Elementary in Redlands took first place in the state Destination Imagination tournament in Clovis on April 6, 2019. From left they are, front row, Jacob Nitch, Aiden Russ, Liam Sweeney and Bryan Koonce, back row, team managers Steve Foulkes and Sara Russ. (Courtesy of Sara Russ)
Team Discord - Pasadena
Team Discord, a group of craftily intrepid students from South Pasadena Middle School (SPMS), San Gabriel’s Jefferson Middle School and Arcadia’s Dana Middle School, captured first place in the technical challenge division at the California state tournament for Destination Imagination (DI) held in Fresno on April 6.
Team RiseUp - Rocklin
Makerspace Supports Celebrated Destination Imagination Team. RiseUP chose to raise money for the Camp Fire victims and community of Paradise hit by the California wildfires.
Middle Schoolers Make a Difference for FOP Families. Known as Sugar Rush, this DI team knew they couldn’t just learn about FOP, but needed to take action to help. As a result, they've raised $1,300 so far!