The North Carolina school district closed a football game Friday night for security reasons, days after cheerleaders were put on probation for a pro-Trump flag.
Stanley County schools said they were canceling North Stanley High because it received "additional information that could compromise the safety measures our schools have for sporting events."
The district does not specify the nature of this information.
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The decision comes after cheerleaders, cheerleaders, cheerleaders, cheerleaders, cheerleaders labeled "Trump 2020 Make America Great Again" before the August 30 game.
Stanly News & Press reports that this is "American Night" during a football game and students are encouraged to wear red, white and blue.
North Carolina High School A thletic Association put cheerleaders on probation, prompting some in the community to complain that First Amendment students' rights were curtailed.
Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Jeff James stated that all North Carolina schools have a policy against displaying political signs. [1
Several people had planned to hold a rally before Friday's game to support the cheerleading team.
"There was no threat," Jeremy Ontreb, one of the organizers of the rally, told the McClatchy news group. "Nobody comes there to hurt children. This is not what this is about. "