During the high school's televised announcements that morning, two students on the broadcast wore Chick-fil-A T-shirts, Snyder said.
The students didn't say anything about the Gay-Straight Alliance or the school's LGBT community, but she believes they knew what they were doing.
The appearance started a flurry of tweets, with students calling out the two boys who wore the Chick-fil-A shirts.
The tweets continued over the weekend, and on Monday students who tweeted at the boys wearing the shirts were called to the high school principal's office.
Students were told they were being punished for tweeting during school hours, and because some of their tweets contained obscenities, Snyder said.
She said about 15 students were suspended and others were given detention....