Mom says the students were just supporting their dad.
First and Fourth grade Judson ISD students, Savannah and Taylor apparently wanted to show support for their father who was wounded by a roadside bomb while serving in Afghanistan, so they wore a t-shirt to school which advertised support for wounded veterans.
But Aubrey Chancellor with Judson says the shirts violated the school dress code.
"The principle offered them the opportunity to change clothes and to suffer no consequences, the mom refused," says Chancellor.
And Ann Johnson with a www.AdoptAUsSoldier.org says if that happened to her kids she would go farther than contacting the media.
"It's not going to happen, you do not have the right to tell my children what they can wear when they are supporting their own father," says Johnson.
And Dick Goetz with Texas Wounded Warriors thinks the schools actions represent a new low.
"I must admit that public education, it's been destroyed in many ways," says Goetz.
The school also says this was the ninth time the girls were in violation of the dress code.