Instructor: Dave & Meg Torgerson/Dave Hettiger   
The Best Afterschool Program That No One Knows About!!!
The Regional competition this year will be held at Badger, Saturday, March 21st, 2015. We are looking for volunteers!

Please email if you are interested!
Join DI! Send us an email! 
Explore this page and this link (why your student should join di.pdf ) to find out more!
All students K-12 will benefit from the DI experience! The program starts every year in September/October and first competition is in March.
Students may signup via this email address Destination.Imagination@badger.k12.wi.us
Please include name, grade & contact info.
Lake Geneva teams competed at Globals!
DI is a creative problem solving program, it is one of the programs offered by the Lake Geneva School gifted and talented program. It mainly involves creative problem solving. It is a national program and Lake Geneva took 8 teams to the state competition at UW Stevens Point. Two of those teams are advancing to the Global finals in Knoxville, TN in May .
Please consider supporting our fundraising efforts! We are selling iPad raffle tickets and candy bars. Look below for our next scheduled fundraising event!

Check out our new DI youtube page! type "lgdiprogram"

Lake Geneva Schools has offered DI for over 21 years! We are seeking new adult volunteers or " Team Managers" to manage from 5 to 7 students.   The students are in need of additional Team managers so that everyone can be on a team.  DI is a program where students take what they know and what they are good at and learn to apply it to solve challenges, working together with a team and pushing the limits of imagination to best not their competition, but themselves. 
There are five competitive team challenges from which to choose.
  Training and mentoring will be available during the entire program year!  Team meetings will be held in the DI building during early evening hours. 

If you are interested please email me at Destination.Imagination@badger.k12.wi.us

For more information please look at the attached files and the link to a powerpoint presentation about DI.