My son is 16 years old and a T1D for 11 years. He has been handling his T1D care for 5 years now. He has been checking his glucose in a private parochial school since September, 2015. Yesterday a teacher told him to take off his sweater in the cafeteria. He said he would and proceeded to finishing testing. The teacher didn't like this. My son told her his medical needs are more important then removing a sweater. He could have been nicer about it I admit that. But today the nurse has told him he must check his glucose in her office or the bathroom due to the danger to other students exposed to his blood. I have been researching all the State laws, which I have a really good understanding of, and can't find how parochial schools can get away with this. I have asked to meet with the principal. This has never been the practice. My son's diabetes plan states he can self medicate and monitor his care and has never once gone to the nurse for his diabetes care. I live in NJ. If anyone has law that I can use to go to the principal with to correct this nonsense, I would greatly appreciate it!!!