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    We are looking for two second or third graders to complete our Destination Imagination (DI) team for the 2012/2013 school year.


We are looking for two second or third graders to complete our Destination Imagination (DI) team for the 2012/2013 school year.

Destination Imagination is an exciting after school program! Students w or k together in teams of 7 to learn creative problem solving techniques that will aid them in completing a long-term project from August to March. This program encourages students to develop life long skills that carryover into everyday life, such as teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, creativity and FUN!

Students will compete and present their project in a regional tournament in March.

The team works together to solve instant challenges every week, along with completing a long-term challenge (project). This will the be the second year our DI team at Junction Elementary will compete in the Regional DI tournament in Granite Bay in March.

We will be meeting weekly on Tuesday’s right after school from 3:15-4:15pm. For more information about DI, please see the attached flyer, visit www.idodi.org,

or contact Rebecca Schmidt at rschmidt_pcmi@yahoo.com.

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