Hello all, My son is 7 and in 2nd grade. For the past 2 years, the school nurse texts me throughout the day with questions regarding dosing - just quick, "He's 92 and going out for recess, would you give a few carbs?" Sometimes he's running high for a while and she'll text that he's been over 220 with corrections, should I raise the basal for an hour....Things like that. The school will not give her a cell phone, so she uses her personal phone. She sometimes texts me at night to review something she had done that day and the outcome. We use Share so I do see his numbers all day and she also has the share on some device there (not on her cell phone). Last week, the principal of the school found out that the nurse is doing this and has told her she cannot use her personal cell phone to text a parent. The principal states it is because medical information (his BG numbers) of a student is on her cell phone and if her cell phone were to be stolen then someone else would have private medical information about a student. Before I call the principal, I wanted to get my facts straight. I am not sure if this is some sort of regulation or if this is just the principal being nervous. If I give my consent as the parent of the child to allow the nurse text me, would that cover the school district legally for any concerns they would have if her cell phone was stolen? I am not sure this is something that could go in a 504. I actually work in education, so I asked my school nurse and she said she sometimes texts parents when they request. She did not see an issue with what was going on. Any input would be great. Thanks!