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There is no law that requires the school district to provide the video or let you view it, unfortunately, at this point.
However, if you appeal the suspension then there is an argument that refusing to allow you to view and "use" the video on defense of your daughter would be equivalent to a denial of due process. It is not going to be an easy argument to make and you would need a good understanding of the complexities of Constitutional Law and due process so I'd recommend you hire an attorney to assist in the appeal.