My daughter is entering 3rd grade this year and we'd like her to be able to test her bg in class any time she feels low (or high) as well as prior to testing/assessments. For those of you whose children test in the classroom, what happens if they are low in the classroom? i was thinking i'd have her check herself, then if she is low treat with glucose etc. and then recheck 10-15 min later. (but notify the nurse of the BG number and what dd ate to treat - e.g. 3 tabs). The nurse wanted her to come to the nurse's office if she tests in class and is anything below 70. That way she can be treated, then wait for 10-15 before the nurse rechecks her. AFter her bg is up, she'd be sent back to class. I disagreed because that means she'd be going to the nurse 100% of the time she is low. My daughter's classroom is upstairs this year and walking to the nurse is the last thing she needs to do when she feels low. At the same time, I don't want to set it up so it's unsafe. I asked my daughter what she thought (in case she preferred going to the nurse). She wants to stay in the classroom. My goal is to keep her in class as much as possible so she isn't missing out on lessons etc. I'd love to hear how others are handling classroom testing and lows. thanks!