• If your child is interested in joining a DI team for the 23-24 school year, please fill out the following Google Form. Filling out this form does not guarantee a spot on a team, as the amount of teams and levels depends on the volunteers who are Team Managers.



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DI Program Overview

  • Greenville ISD Destination Imagination serves students in grades K-12 from Bowie, Carver, Crockett, Lamar, STEM, GIS, GMS, and GHS.

    Destination Imagination offers:

    • 7 competitive challenges
    • 1 early learning challenge
    • Instant challenge

    Teams of up to 7 members work for months to create innovative stories, props, costumes and technology. Greenville participates in the following challenges: rising stars, technical, engineering, scientific, fine arts, improv, and service learning. Team members must work together to create a solution, manage money and time, take risks, fail and try again. Destination Imagination is the ultimate example of multidisciplinary, project-based learning.


    When is it?

    Destination Imagination lasts during the school year. Challenges are released to participants in late August, which allows the students to begin thinking and working on solving their challenge.


    Who can do DI?

    Greenville Destination Imagination is for any student in grades K-12.

DI Program Coordinator

  • Shawnna Kelsey


    I began working with DI at GISD in 2010. I’ve taught many grade levels over the years, and have managed a variety of teams and challenges, allowing me to better help our teams and team managers. Currently, I serve as a team manager, bilingual interventionist, district co-coordinator, and a regional director for the East Region (starting 23-24 school year).

     John Hill


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