For two years I tried working with the schools. I volunteered because they have no nurses on site. I made sure I was there for lunches because I don't trust the office receptionist to give my child the right insulin. I even got a job as a yard duty to make sure I could be there for my daughter at recess. As parents, we shouldn't have to worry as much about our kids getting treatment for their diabetes. One day, I went to get her insulin from the office and they didn't have a key or know how to access her supplies. What if she needed a glucagon shot? Forget the worrying, now I homeschool. I've been homeschooling for three months now and truly enjoy it. She goes to 4 extra curricular workshops a week where I help out in the classrooms. I'm hoping they let me homeschool my autistic son soon. Right now they won't because they say he's below grade level reading, but he has an IEP. Very frustrating. Anyone else decide to home school their child(ren)?