Caver Center had four Destination Imagination teams competed recently at the regional competition in Levelland. Two teams have advanced to the state competition in March.
The fourth-grade team won the High Instant Challenge and the Renaissance Award, a special award for exceptional skill in the areas of engineering, design or performance. A sixth-grade team also is advancing to state and picked up a Renaissance Award in the process.
Carver’s fifth-grade team took 2nd place for making blankets and socks for cancer patients as their service project. They also won a DiVinci Award, a special award for exceptional creativity (not skill or talent), a unique approach to the challenge and/or risk taking. A sixth-grade team won 3rd place for their service project, which involved spreading kindness at a nursing home.
Way to go, Carver!
Fourth grade: Party of 7.
Back from left: Cage Peugh, Ethan Harris, Carson Gist and Sawyer Dalager. Front from left: Andi Marston, Camryn Dobson and Addison Tew.
Sixth grade: Get a Clue.
From left: Davian Pena, Ayla Rushton, Olivia Romanson, Aubrey Rushton, Noelani Hernandez, Carson Gonzales and AJ Hernandez.
Fifth grade: Laundry Loaders.
Back from left: Aaron Carrillo, Milana King, Mateo Sanz, Brinlee Connel and Charlotte Murphy. Front: Olivia Lee.
Sixtth grade: Good Vibes Only.
Back from left: Karllie Gist and Grace Medley. Front from left: Stroman Bridges, Blade Brandon, Lauren Blaylock, Corinne Berry and Kyndall Torres.