OHS students complete tye-dye project
Special to the Chickasaw Journal
OKOLONA – The Okolona High School Art Department, headed by Heather Wilson for the past two years, recently participated in tye-dying fabric.
The students at Okolona High School have been working diligently all year to prepare themselves for the SATP and MCT2 State assessments.
As a reward for all of their hard work, the students were able to bring shirts, shorts, socks and other items of clothing from home to create individual tye-dyed creations.
Wilson said the students did an amazing job with their fabrics and were all very proud of themselves.
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