Parents watch your kids

Dear Editor,

I thought I bought the perfect house when I got one on a dead end street next to the school. Three bedroom, two bath, fenced back yard. For three years I’ve had nothing but destruction, littering, jumping over my fence to my back yard, teasing my dog, the list goes on and on. This usually happens during the high school football games. I would love to go to the game but can’t because I have to stay home and try to protect my house the best I can. I blame the parents more than the kids. I know a lot of parents let their kids go to the game without them. So how about doing your job and teaching your kids some respect?

Cheryl McKinsey

Tonasket

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