You need to take a drug test if you want to tryout.
They would not let me tryout.
We want to sue the school district
James Acton, a 12-year-old seventh-grader at Washington Grade School in Vernonia, Oregon, wanted to try out for the football team. His school required all student athletes to take drug tests at the beginning of the season and on a random basis during the school year.
James tell His Parents About what happened at school,but Jame's parents refuse to have him tested.
no thank you I want to stay on the football team.
Jame's parents sue the school.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the school district. Schools must balance students' right to privacy against the need to make school campuses safe and keep student athletes away from drugs, the Court said.
The drug-testing policy, which required students to provide a urine sample, involved only a limited invasion of privacy, according to the Justices: "Students who voluntarily participate in school athletics have reason to expect intrusions upon normal rights and privileges, including privacy."