Hi and welcome
Maddie started testing and treating in the classroom in 3rd grade. We never got much push back from school about a sharps container, though I did equip her classroom box with one. We use the freestyle lite meter and it's lancer, but Maddie does a lot of alternate site testing ( uses her forearm) and that lancer just works well for our needs. Many folks use and rave about the multi-clix as being the least painful lancer on the market. And while we don't like the amount of blood the One-touch meters require, many, many people use and like them.
The biggest issue most people encounter when it comes to in classroom testing is the "issue" of sharps. Reminding the administration that there are many sharp objects already in use in the classroom, staples, thumb tacks, scissors, etc., can help. And is the issue is blood or "bodily fluids" you can inquire as to the school policy on nose blowing, scab picking, band-aid disposal, menstruation, and the ever popular nose picking
Be nice, be firm, be prepared and hopefully your school will be supportive. Also you can check the ADA web site and look up the specific laws in your state concerning D kids and school and self-care.
Mom to DD now 16, dx @4
Cozmo pumper @6
Minimed pumper @13
G4 @ 15
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