Title - "School aka Prison"
Honestly, from the perspective of a high school student in 2023, this is somewhat a version of the truth. School can be a prison, but it simply depends on numerous of factors such as your mindset, the teachers and how they teach, the subject you're learning in class, and so much more. Yet this title could be a double entendre of how this particular is a school, but can also be a prison - not in the mindset perspective, but quite literally. Perhaps it is created as a school during the day, but during the night, it is transformed into a prison. And vice versa. You can have the mindset of school feeling like a prison because you're trapping and there's nowhere to escape, but you can also view prison as a school because you can learn from your mistakes in that intense way. But if this kid is in elementary school, then he might view school and prison as vice versa through an adventure and being a kid, you can be super imaginative since the sky's the limit or something to that extent.
Best School Ever Elementary - This elementary school sounds fun, lighthearted, and positive.
Comma between the words "Elementary" and "they."
A principle is "a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning." This kid probably meant principal.
Mr. Waxaplax - What an interesting and wacky name!
But at exactly 4:00 pm the school turned into a prison! - That was a plot twist!
So he used to call the K.N.D. But they didn t have weapons so they took him to their moon base. - See? This absolute alteration of events doesn't make sense. But a kid wrote this with his imaginary going wild, so another cool plot twist!
After a really long and boring lecture from #276 . - Punctuation issue here.
So they just blew up the school because they couldn t make up their mind. - Wow! What a turn of events and sad/crazy end of the story outcome!
So many twists and turns that made my head spin. Decent job of thinking of ideas for stories; perhaps working on storyline and punctuation would improve this short story. Overall, not bad of a job kid.