OHS students complete tye-dye project

Showing their art are, top from left, Juliaann Collins, Taniesha Walker, Tashonia Coleman, Shadashai Hatchett, Telia Johnson, Chastity Griffin, Jameya Powe, Aliyah Berry, Quanijah O’Banner, Jatyia Leal, Jerica Coggins, Brianna Spears, Greg Gray, Jaquan Thompson, Khailynn Chapman; middle from left, Kaleisha Buchanan, Tykeunta Sceals, Trinity Brown, Asia Crawford, Anika Ezell, Tyaisha Gunn, Takiea Bogan, Briana Fields, Carlton McClendon, Jamarcus Conway, Leenesha Doss, Alexis Davidson, Anfernee Smith; bottom from left, Zorrien Hersey, Tyron Maeweather, Alexis Jones and Harry Cooley. (Courtesy Photo)

Showing their art are, top from left, Juliaann Collins, Taniesha Walker, Tashonia Coleman, Shadashai Hatchett, Telia Johnson, Chastity Griffin, Jameya Powe, Aliyah Berry, Quanijah O’Banner, Jatyia Leal, Jerica Coggins, Brianna Spears, Greg Gray, Jaquan Thompson, Khailynn Chapman; middle from left, Kaleisha Buchanan, Tykeunta Sceals, Trinity Brown, Asia Crawford, Anika Ezell, Tyaisha Gunn, Takiea Bogan, Briana Fields, Carlton McClendon, Jamarcus Conway, Leenesha Doss, Alexis Davidson, Anfernee Smith; bottom from left, Zorrien Hersey, Tyron Maeweather, Alexis Jones and Harry Cooley.
(Courtesy Photo)

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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