Andrea Hernandez was the first to claim the radio frequency ID violated her religious freedoms.
The district is now confirming another student is refusing to wear the ID based on similar claims.
"We need to let the judicial process work its course," NISD spokesperson Pascual Gonzalez told us. "Whatever that decision is, obviously, we're a law abiding organization and we teach kids to obey law. So, that is something we will do ourselves."
Issues of privacy are also being raised by an anonymous hacker. He claims he took down Northside's public website to protest the ID cards (Read more about it