A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

Back to Article
Back to Article

A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

admin

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






In the festive atmosphere of the NCAA’s March Madness, the PEN (Peers Enriching the News) peer leaders wrote fictional stories that were capped at 100 words and had to include a random element:

A poster of a celebrity.

6th graders voted on the first two rounds and have narrowed the field down to a “Final Four,” to coincide with college basketball’s actual Final Four.

What we are asking is that MMS readers vote on their favorite story to give us a final. The link is below. Thank you for reading!

Stories

Vote here

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leave a Comment

Comments are closed.

Navigate Left
  • Opinion

    Single-Use Plastics

  • A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

    Around the Area

    The Middle School Drop-Off Problem

  • A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

    Opinion

    Titanic Tragedy: Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

  • Current Events

    The Marijuana Debate

  • Opinion

    PEN Travel Guide: Yellowstone National Park

  • A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

    Food, Arts, & Culture

    Book vs. Movie Review: The Hate U Give

  • A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

    Opinion

    The Selection Book Review

  • A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

    Opinion

    Book Review: Scythe

  • A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

    Opinion

    Building Your First Computer!

  • A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders

    Opinion

    E-Cigarettes: No Better than Smoking or Life Savers?

Navigate Right
The Student News Site of Millburn Middle School
A Fictional March Madness Presented by the PEN Peer Leaders