During the month of November, sixth-grade students at Bishop Seabury Academy participated in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. With a goal to write a novel in 30 days, these 17 students put pencil to paper (or fingers to keyboards) and wrote more than 150,000 words. Their cast of characters includes a high school football player dealing with racism, possibly the world’s snobbiest girl, a rat and a homeopathic exterminator, a girl trapped in her imagination, a young woman reflecting on a friend’s death and evil flying eyeballs. Krista Barbour, sixth-grade English teacher, submitted the photo.


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