Mid-Cities Destination Imagination Regional Tournament March 5, 2022 at Richland High School

Tournament registration is open! Your team must be registered by December 8, 2021. This year, we are using the same registration system, Register Your Team at ryt.destinationimagination.org. Don’t worry it is very user friendly and we have a guide to walk you through the process. Just click the button below!

Start your registration as soon as possible! You will send links to your team members’ parents and volunteers and they must do their part before you can complete your team registration. Please allow plenty of time before December 8, 2021.

Tournament Schedule Requests

Requests will be prioritized as follows and are not guaranteed. * If a request involves more than one team, you will need to provide Team Numbers of the other teams for your request to be considered. 

1 Teams doing multiple challenge and/or Team Members on multiple teams.

2 Team Managers of multiple teams

3 Team Managers with children on other teams

4 School related activities (UIL, etc.)

5 Families with children on multiple teams

Low Contact Rooms: This year, teams may choose a Low Contact Room for teams with medical concerns. Low Contact Rooms will be for team members and team managers only, and everyone will be masked. Priority will be given to your request for a Low Contact Room and other scheduling requests may not be possible. Note there will be no audience allowed in a Low Contact Room.

T-shirts and Pins

You will have the opportunity to order regional t-shirts and pins within the registration process. Our shirts are $15 each and pins are $10 for a set of three. Images are below on this page. Team Managers would need to place the order and make payment for the whole team. Orders will be available at the registration desk at the tournament. Shirts and pins will also be available for purchase at the tournament in the DIme Store. You won’t want to miss out on this year’s pin design!

Tournament Volunteers

Appraisers – Every team must provide at least one tournament Appraiser. Appraiser Volunteers are trained to officiate this tournament. It’s fun and rewarding, and requires no specific experience or expertise – but it does require a commitment of time. Appraisers will attend a virtual training during the week of February 12 and will work the tournament on March 5 from 7:30am-5:00pm. Appraisers must be 18 or older and have completed high school. As an Appraiser, please remember that you will have to work all during the tournament and should expect to miss your child’s performance. All appraisers will receive a Mid-Cities DI appraiser t-shirt.

Support Volunteers – It takes a small army to put on a successful tournament, and we can always use extra hands for things like registration, watching doors, cleanup, etc. Every team must provide at least one support volunteer. Support Volunteers are required to work a 2 hour shift and will be able to attend their team members presentation.