So, in the first 10 days of school this year, the school nurse gave DS the incorrect dose of insulin 5 separate times. Since we discovered this, DS has been calling me at lunch every day to tell me what his BG is and I tell him what dose to give himself (he is 9 as of today, so he can do everything short of calculating his insulin). When we learned of this, the request we made of the school was that we wanted 5 separate incident reports filed, not just the one "self-reporting" that the nurse did (and wrote in it that it was DS' fault he got the wrong dose). It's been almost a month since that request and nothing else has been said/done. What would you expect at this point? If it matters, we do not have a 504 plan (we are currently working on this, with a lawyer involved), and the "medical plan" he has that they say is all he needs, is very, very clear on how to calculate his insulin doses AND there was a phone call on the 2nd day of school when there was a question on whether to round up or down, so it wasn't a case of not knowing any of the information. I feel that something needs to be noted because there are 5 other D kids in his school and if she's mis-dosing my kid 50% of the time, is she mis-dosing the other kids too? Our attorney is really focused on the 504 plan issue and not the mis-dosing issue, so thought I would ask those with more experience than me. Thank you!