My 7th grade daughter used another child's lancet device and meter at school. She had forgotten her's at home. She has gotten into a lot of trouble for doing this both with us and the school. How concerned should I be that she has been cross contaminated with another child's blood? It was a drum-type lancet device and she is insisting she turned it and I know the family. Also, how much trouble should she be in with the school? So far they have suspended her for a day until we have a meeting on Tuesday. Should I expect a more severe punishment? Clarification..... This incident happened on Friday afternoon and Monday is a school holiday. The suspension is really only for 2 hours on Tuesday morning. Our meeting is off campus or she would go to school Tuesday morning. I just don't see sending her and then picking her up. I agree with her getting in some trouble (I'm still in shock that it's this much!!), because this isn't the first time and she has been told repeatedly not to share supplies (her's included). But this is the first time for a lancet. We came from a very lax elementary school where sharing strips, meters ect was acceptable. She lied to the nurse and she even had supplies in the nurses office, but didn't bother checking her box. Even with all this, I would still share supplies with a child in need. I'm so glad to hear that I'm the norm and this is crazy though.