So the nurse calls me this afternoon. Vincent was on the playground before lunch and he felt low. He came to her office ALONE! She said he was incoherent and when she took his BG it just registered "LO". We've never had that reading before. We have the freestyle lite and so he had to have been below 20 to just get a LO. She had him chug a juice and sent the secretary to get his lunch. She then had him eat it in her office and dosed him 1/2 unit less after he was done eating. He told her he was banging on the doors outside (because they are locked) to be let in. There is a buzzer next to the door that he could have pushed to be let in but he was too out of it to remember to push it. Since the doors are locked one of the aides had to of unlocked the door for him - which brings up my question of WHY IN THE H*LL DID HE WALK ACROSS THE WHOLE SCHOOL TO THE NURSE ALONE?! I've talked to all the aides, teachers etc. The nurse has talked to them. They know the procedures. I'm outraged - what if he passed out in the hall? At below 20 how could he even of been walking? Do they not understand how serious this disease is? What can I do to get it through their heads that this isn't "just a little sugar problem"?