Still working on getting that 504 in place. Who tests your kids sugar at school and processes what to do with the numbers? For the first two weeks my husband or I would go to the school twice a day to test Samantha's (5yrs old and in 1st grade) sugar. This past week we had her sister (6th grade) do it once and text us the number so we could decide if action was needed and we came back the other time. Yesterday when her sister tested her she was in the 60's, so she gave her a little gummy snack, stayed and tested her again about 15 minutes later. My daughter was really nice about it, but did mention it was a bummer that she missed her recess and hanging out with her friends. The school has been kind and says they are willing to accomodate us, but ultimately I get the feeling that they want us to figure out the D care on our own-the nurse is there once a week. It's hard because we can't get anything accomplished because we have to go back to the school and I certainly don't like her sister feeling like she's missing recess or anything. As I mentioned before she's not on insulin at school because her needs aren't much thanks to her honeymooning, I don't even want to think what it's going to be like when she needs injections.