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Five CCSD DI teams make top 10 at Global Finals

​Five of the 13 teams from the Cherry Creek School District made the top 10 in their division at the largest Destination ImagiNation (DI) Global Finals ever! Nearly 8,000 students on 1,412 teams from 46 states and 26 countries competed in the Global Finals May 20-26 at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.


Teams from Cherry Hills Village Elementary, West Middle School and Cherry Creek High School placed in the top 10 in their categories. Most categories had 90 or more teams competing!

Congratulations to all of the Cherry Creek Schools’ teams:

Elementary Level
Cherry Hills Village Elementary, Artsy with a Chance of Cheese Balls, placed 2nd
Cherry Hills Village Elementary, Pandemonium Past People, placed 19th
Creekside Elementary, 7 Extreme DI-Gestion Cougar Peeps, placed 21st
Willow Creek Elementary, Robot Turtles, placed 34th

Middle School Level
Campus Middle School, The Dramatic Poses, placed 26th
Sky Vista Millde School, DI-Dodo Doctor, placed 33rd
West Middle School, Challenge Busters, placed  41st
West Middle School, Effervescent, placed 6th
                             
High School Level
Cherry Creek High School, DIregulars, placed 2nd
Cherry Creek High School, Edible, placed 8th
Cherry Creek High School, Jelly of the Month Club, placed 4th
Cherry Creek High School, You Wouldn’t Get it, It’s an Inside Joke, placed 47th
Smoky Hill High School, The Avengers, placed 27th

Destination ImagiNation is a cause-driven, volunteer-led non-profit organization dedicated to teaching students the creative process through STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), the arts and service learning Challenges. For more than 30 years, DI has helped more than 1.5 million kids tap into their creativity and learn the skills they need to build successful careers.

Posted May 28, 2014.

Posted 5/28/2014 1:16 PM
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