Maybe... maybe b/c my dd has not done public school, maybe b/c she is going to be a 9th grader, maybe b/c I am a mom... Had a meeting with the school again today. With the teachers of her classes and admin. They said she is not going to be allowed to take her glucagon with her in the school (in her box, in her bag). They said b/c it is a needle it has to stay in a locked box in the office. HHHHmmmmm. Doesn't that defeat the purpose?! I explained to them that if needed that would/could be to late. I asked about others needing epi-pens or similar and they said they are kept in a locked box in the office. They said it is policy and that they have XXXX number of other kids in the school to worry about. Like she is going to go crazy and stick people with her "glucose" single shot... I said she has to have her shot with her all the time. Just something she carries with her like her glucometer. I began to wonder after the meeting, how does that mean she plays volleyball games that are away (or home evening games when the school is closed but she can't have one with her) and ride the bus with this shot in her possession or NOT in her possession? Is that against the law to require?? The other thing I thought to be odd (new to me at least) is that after she checks she needs to go wash and put the strip in the office bio-hazard. Other kids are not allowed to touch her b/c she will have had blood on her hand. I get the blood pathogens things but oh my. Again... maybe I am being unreasonable or just not used to this.