<quoted text>You are absolutely incorrect concerning searches on school property. Research New Jersey v T.L.O. That can give you some good input on searches and seizures on school grounds.
No. You are mistaken. You see reasonable suspicion is still required. Sadly we are misled by several word puzzles the government gives us "Probable Cause" "Reasonable Suspicion" "Mere Suspicion". Reasonable suspicion is a step before probable cause. At the point of reasonable suspicion, it appears that a crime may have been committed. The situation escalates to probable cause when it becomes obvious that a crime has most likely been committed. Federal jurisdictions use mere suspicion which would be considered a step before reasonable suspicion, but it all boils down to being the same thing suspicion.
In any case they have to prove suspicion. If you are being searched by a drug dog in a line, in a hallway, or being removed from a classroom and being searched where is the suspicion?
Can they have reasonable suspicion that a child in a classroom has drugs and search the entire class? No. Because they don't have reasonable suspicion that the other 50 students have drugs.
Your student no matter the circumstance should state if being searched by a drug dog or an official " I do not consent to any searches". Never consent to a search and never allow the government to search your children even when they are at school.
Teachers are allowed to question your child however if it is in any relation to a criminal or disciplinary action your child does not have to respond and should only respond with. "I don't feel comfortable talking to you, I'd like to speak with my parents"
I encourage you to also recognize that though in this case the supreme court appears to change the 4th Amendment ever so slightly in using the words "reasonable suspicion" That it doesn't change at all.
Even if it had changed say "reasonable suspicion" wasn't part of the case...would you give up your child's 4th amendment right?
If the supreme court ruled that your 4th amendment right can be taken away would you give it up? Some would but I like to err on the side of the founders.
You don't lose a right given to you by the Laws of Nature and of Natures God(DOI) just because the supreme court says so. It is a right and they are imbued in every man/woman from before birth. Endowed on us by the Creator. I encourage you to read the Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, The Primer, The Holy Bible, and The Laws of Nature and of Natures God. If you like you can also watch some pretty awesome videos by Michael Badnarik and the ACLU's videos on Flex Your Rights.
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and this is only my opinion not legal advice.