Somebody should be, sending out copies of Little Brother to everyone in that school district.
I'm surprised by the response of the ACLU, how does privacy not fall under their area?
While privacy is not a constitutional right in this country, and privacy laws are few and far between, there should be a way to create a ruckus over this. What if all the students who don't want it, change schools to a saner one?
Minor's rights are currently a massive grey area in law. They aren't adults so the full rights that adults enjoy don't apply to them while at the same time, they are protected from entering into contracts and the like that can get adults into trouble.
ACLU and the EEF would be leaping straight into that quagmire headfirst if they took up that case.