Hello all, My son was diagnosed with T1D at 3 1/2 years old. He began preschool at the age of four and enjoyed a full day of school with the assistance of his God Sent Pre-K Teacher. She did his carb counts, BS checks and injections at lunch time. As well as treated lows and contacted me with any questions or concerns. Fast forward to this school year. He's now in a public school for kindergarten. He now wears a CGM and is on the Omnipod. His school houses over 1100 students and has only ONE, I repeat, ONE, person responsible for administering ALL medicine to the entire student body, including MY little guy. They also want my 5 year old to roam the halls of that huge building ALONE, to have his insulin administered before lunch time. He will not be escorted to her office and she will not come to his classroom to get him. There is also a restroom conveniently located INSIDE of his kindergarten class, to keep the small children from having to venture off into the rest of the building. However, my son will be required to walk alone to the main office to receive his insulin, and then to the lunch room to join the rest of his class. They keep trying to reassure me that it has been done before and that he'll know exactly where to go after a while. This is still unacceptable in my opinion. I also have the availability to be present during lunch time so that i can administer his insulin myself. The school does not want parents in the building during the beginning of the year for fear that it would interfere with the teachers ability to bond with the students. My question now is; should I place him elsewhere? My only other school option will allow me to be present but does not have anyone trained to handle T1D, which means I will be tethered to the building ALL day until they have someone trained. I need advice. Please HELP!