MEEKER I Six Meeker Destination Imagination teams traveled to Denver last weekend to compete in the Colorado State Destination Imagination Tournament against 20 to 25 other teams and three teams advanced to the DI Global Tournament in Knoxville, Tenn., in May.
Dear Editor: We found your headline of three weeks ago stating that the DI teams stumbled at globals to be quite offensive.
Dear Editor: It was wrong of you to write a headline stating that the Meeker DI teams stumbled at globals.
Dear Editor: At the beginning of the school year, we had nine teams participate in Meeker’s Destination Imagination program. Five of these teams went on to compete at the state tournament in Denver, and of those five, three teams placed high enough to qualify for the global competition in Tennessee.
Dear Editor: I am disappointed in your headline. Your headline about the Destination Imagination teams diminishes their incredible accomplishment. None of those teams stumbled. In fact, they have accomplished things and learned life lessons that many adults still need to learn.
MEEKER I The three Destination Imagination teams from Meeker are only five days from departing for their trip to the global competition in Knoxville, Tenn.
MEEKER I Nine Meeker teams competed at the Regional Destination Imagination Tournament on March 23 in Palisade. The problem-solving teams have been working since November to solve their challenge while practicing thinking “on their feet” for their instant challenges.