Parents Speak Out on School Fan Restrictions
Earlier this week, the Gallatin City-County Health Department recommended that fan attendance be limited for school sporting events. This has caused quite a stir with parents who want to watch their kids participate in fall sports.
Local school districts are implementing most of the the Health Department's recommendations and allowing only two fans per athlete at football, soccer, and volleyball home games for the beginning of the season. The visiting teams that are located in other counties will not be allowed to bring spectators.
We asked the XL Nation what they thought of the new fan rules in a poll.
Are You Happy with Schools Limiting Fans at Fall Sporting Events?
Here's what people had to say about it on the XL Country Facebook page:
"At least Gallatin County is allowing spectators. You could be Yellowstone county and have 0 able to attend." - Jessica
The Health Department also recommended that fans who are allowed at games should wear a face covering and maintain at least six feet of distance between each family group at fall sporting events.
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