FLORISSANT, MO (KTVI)- Hundreds of north county high school students are walking out of class today and staging protests in support of Michael Brown. It started early this morning at McCluer High School and McCluer North High School. Ferguson Florissant School District officials say about 250 to 300 students staged demonstrations at each campus about 8:15am. While the students at McCluer North went to the football field, students at McCluer High went to the commons area. Then, a little later in the morning, students from McCluer High walked to McCluer North. They were escorted by Florissant police. Once they arrived, the students from the two high schools joined together outside McCluer North where they staged another large demonstration around 10:15am. Police estimate there were about 300 students there.