It's times like this when I'm actually kind of happy that we have no nurses in our district. DD is now in middle school and barring a severe low does everything herself and in class or wherever she is. Teachers or other staff will help her if she has a severe low. If she has to change her site she is to go to the office but that's more because she doesn't want to do it in class and the bathroom, well ugh. But she's on her own and at times like this I like no nurse. The endo (new for us) keeps copies of signed DMMP's with some basic to all kids filled out and then we fill out the particulars for our child. I checked what she could do on her own and nobody said a thing. I completed her 504 (well actually she has an IEP which her diabetes plan is attached to) and they just read it over and signed it. Last year at the start of middle school the only hesitation to any of it was allowing dd to have her cell phone and text me when needed. Since I had already set it up with Verizon parental controls and told them that and she couldn't contact anyone else besides family during school hours, they agreed to that pretty quickly.
Things were a little more difficult in elementary school to say the least but still nothing like that. Good luck, what a pain.
Mom to Lia Grace, 13 yrs, dx 1/13/06 at age 5.
Started with NPH and Regular, switched to Lantus and Novolog after three months and then started pumping after 1.5 years.
CURRENTLY Pumping with the Animas Ping and using the Dexcom G4.