Park Competes in Destination Imagination State Tournament


Five teams of Fourth and Fifth Grade students competed last month in the regional Destination Imagination Tournament. Three of those teams advanced to the State Tournament, being held at UMBC on April 13. 

Destination Imagination (DI) is the world’s largest creative problem solving program for kindergarten through college-aged learners, with participation in 50 states and over 40 countries. Teams of up to 7 members solve one of six different Challenges, which they perform in front of appraisers at tournaments. The Challenges help students to develop both their creative thinking skills and their ability to work cooperatively and effectively as part of a group.

Pictured: Park’s DI Teams pose in front of a statue of Walter Sondheim ’25 on the UMBC campus.

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