By ZOE ALBERT and SAM BLACK-WIGREN
Cranberry High School students in Kathleen Uhrinek’s Chemistry classes participated in a tie-dying project.
This graded activity, based on the most recent unit, consisted of students choosing a tie-dye pattern for a T-shirt; mapping out the colors they would like; and applying the dye to the actual shirt.
One student, Olivia Plummer, said, “It was fun, a really fun process.”
The students took their tie-dyed masterpieces home to rinse them out and then wore the shirts to school Friday to showcase their work during tie-dye spirit day.
Zoe Albert, Sam Black-Wigren and Kristen Hogue are students at Cranberry High School and members of Cranberry Chronicles, the school’s journalism/publications class.