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Destination Imagination Teams Moving on to Global Competition

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Destination Imagination Teams Moving on to Global Competition

Both Destination Imagination teams won first place at the state tournament held at Bryant High School. They are moving on to the Global Competition May 23-26 in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Both Destination Imagination teams won first place at the state tournament held at Bryant High School. They are moving on to the Global Competition May 23-26 in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Both Destination Imagination teams won first place at the state tournament held at Bryant High School. They are moving on to the Global Competition May 23-26 in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Both Destination Imagination teams won first place at the state tournament held at Bryant High School. They are moving on to the Global Competition May 23-26 in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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Destination Imagination team E celebrates after their competition where they used problem solving skills and critical thinking to complete a challenge. Top Row: Sophomores John Swaim, Andrew Helms, and Jack Bryant
Second Row: Sophomores Emily Childers and Emma Jackson (Photo courtesy of Rosetter Dirden)

Team A is also excited about their first place win at the competition. Top Row: Sophomores Nicole Halina and Marie Simmons Second Row: Juniors Alida Kaufman, Linsey Yarbrough, Katherine Clayton, and Kolbie Wierman (Photo courtesy of Rosetter Dirden)

 

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