American History: Sixties Flashback

“Tie-dye old school.” That’s what Mr. Peterson’s 4th block American history class experienced. Making tie-dye shirts using the methods that were first developed in the 1960’s as the evolution of the hippie culture began during the Vietnam era, which was a different experience from using a kit from Wal-Mart. It took using every sink in the building to get them rinsed, but when completed there was a rainbow of unique garments students modeled proudly.