Learning through passion and accountability!

Marsh to Bluff Hike

On Tuesday, November 12, all LDI students and advisors will be walking 8 miles on our 2nd annual Marsh to Bluff fundraising hike. Each student has a goal of fundraising $50 toward their year-end field trip. Make sure students bring a sack lunch and dress appropriately!

LDI Parent Meetings

The second Monday of every month, LDI advisors meet with parents/guardians to discuss what is happening at LDI and how parents can get involved. Please mark your calendars to attend these meetings!

Upcoming: Monday, November 11th from 4:30-5:30pm at Java Vino.

Take Home Tuesday Folders

All parents/guardians should look for a White "Take Home Tuesday" folder from their student. We continue to send valuable information each week.

September 2013 Newsletter

LDI teacher/advisors and students will be working hard to provide a monthly newsletter filled with information to share with parents, families, and the community. Check out the September 2013 Newsletter for more information!

La Crosse Design Institute (LDI) inspires students and community to acquire skills that will drive successful 21st century leaders and problem solvers in becoming responsible citizens with strong values and integrity.

Designing a better future one project at a time. La Crosse Design Institute is a project-based learning school that focuses on the importance of authentic student-centered learning. Students will become more accountable, better problem solvers, and more informed citizens as they work through the design process to complete individual and group projects. The school's integrated curriculum and hands-on approach to learning will focus on technology, engineering, architecture, manufacturing and science. Our teachers, administrators and community partners have a passion for fostering high-level thinkers.

We emphasize: authentic, personalized, and community-involved education!

Call 608-789-7670 for more information
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