My 5th grade son is in private school and is going on a two-day, one-night field trip 3 hours away. The school nurse is not going and the school firmly resists our attempts to train someone on glucagon. The field trip is taking place at a boarding school, that will actively be in session, and they have a nurse that we cannot communicate with. We've been told that she said, "If I'm available I can tend to him in the case of an emergency. You should also call 911". A male teacher, who is staying in the cabin with the boys, said he'll check the CGM at 1am and text us the number. During the day the teachers will keep an eye on the CGM. My son is pretty self sufficient during the day at school. The nurse is no longer involved in his day-to-day care. I'm fine with everything except for the "in case of emergency" scenario. The nurse, whom I will probably never speak to, may be tending to a students' sniffles while my son is in trouble. And without a firm commitment to our family that "we have your son taken care of", it looks like I'm going to spending two days and one night at a near-by motel. Any thoughts? Thanks.