1. The school is saying that my kid must be evaluated by school nurse to determine that she is capable of performing the self-care tasks from the DMMP and IHP. The nurse will watch my kid perform a bg test (and anything that is checked "does independently") and evaluate if my kid is doing it correctly and I am told this is the responsibility of the nurse for legal and liability issues for care at school. Anyone else have to do this? We are the only family, ever, in the history of the school, who has had a kid with T1 test in the classroom--so this is new to the school. 2. For older kids who do mostly self-manage. How much involvement does the nurse have in your older kid's care? Does the nurse get a report of bg's from your kid on a daily or weekly basis? How have you worked out the nurse's involvement in a kid who is doing so much more self-managing?