Calgary students to break a ‘groovy’ world record

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Students at Bishop Grandin School are grooving their way into the record books by  becoming the largest gathering of people wearing tie dye shirts.

The current record of 454 people is held by a high school in New Jersey.

Bishop Grandin aimed for 700 students and staff to wear the funky shirts, but they crushed that record with 885 students wearing the coloured shirts.

Throughout the month of February, students, staff, and parents have been working to create the shirts to bring the community together for school spirit and team building exercises.