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Old December 11, 2021, 02:46 PM   #31
BornFighting88
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Good question. It seems to me that if they knew something was up and they had already previously asked the parents to pick the kid up and bring them home, then that would have sparked the sane mind to go start doing a locker search.

I was just thinking to myself about the rights of students in their personal belongings being searched without reasonable suspicion. That would tip me off as too far. But the lockers, yes I do see that. Their property, their rules. Kids didn’t rent them and sign a lease giving them at least some recourse if searched without notice.

But back to the point of them maybe knowing something was up. To me that is a thin line to tread when it comes to searching students’ belongings. Does one think it is reasonable suspicion?? Or does that cross said line?? That they just say they have reasonable suspicion whenever they feel like searching students???
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