CORPUS CHRISTI - Several Coastal Bend students participated in the Destination Imagination Regional Tournament in Corpus Christi on Saturday. Teams who placed first will head to state competition in Arlington on April 3 and 4th.
Schools from Alice, San Diego, Freer, Tuloso-Midway and Robstown traveled to Corpus Christi participated in the event.
DI is a problem-solving organization where students, from all over the world, to show off their creativity and talent. Students must make and design their own scripts, props and costumes without adult interference.
Students use boxes, fabric, duct tape and paint, for example, to make their props and costumes.Students pick a theme approved by DI instructors. DI is more than students having fun. They must use their math, science and critical thinking skills to solve problems.
Picture This Challenge
Third place - That Team -William Adams Middle School - Alice ISD
To the Rescue
First place - DI Big Brains - Collins Parr Elementary - SDISD
Third place - Infinite Star Spaghettios - Dubose Elementary School - Alice ISD
Middle Level - Site 1
Second place - Timber Wolves- Dubose Intermediate School - Alice ISD
Third place - Dauntless - William Adams Middle School - Alice ISD
Middle Level - Site 2
Third place - The Avocados - Seale Junior High School - Robstown ISD
Third place - DI Molishers - San Diego High School - SDISD
In the Cards
First place - Back to the Future - Tuloso-Midway Intermediate School - TMISD
Second place - Ran Dumb - Bernanda Jaime Junior High - SDISD
Its About Time Challenge
First place - Super Star Squad - Norman Thomas Elementary - Freer ISD
Third place - Mustang Squad - Noonan Elementary School - Alice ISD
Second place - The Offering - Freer Junior High - Freer ISD