Apparently, officials at San Clemente High School are little tired middle school students taking over home football games.
“The past few games the high school has been overwhelmed with middle school students who have been dropped off at the game with no parent supervision,” said Holly Feldt, principal at Bernice Ayer Middle School in an email to parents.
The onslaught of unsupervised middle school students have resulted in “behavioral issues,” Feldt wrote.
With the big homecoming game this Friday against El Toro, “the high school is asking that any student attending the game on Friday have a parent in attendance,” according to the email. “This added adult supervision will help everyone have a good time as they root for our wonderful Tritons!”