My DD has T1 and was also diagnosed w/Celiac this past January. She will be going into 2nd grade soon and I am a bit worried. When she was in Kindergarten we were ok with handling treats when kids brought them in for birthdays and such. I just told the teacher that my DD could have anything everyone else was having as long as I knew about it so she could get insulin to cover it. Last year she was homeschooled so I didn't have to worry about any of that. This year she is going back to public school so now with Celiac I have a whole new issue to worry about when it comes to snacks being brought in the classroom. I want to write a letter to the parents in the classroom asking them to please let the teacher know the day before if they are going to be bringing treats in. That way I can make something for my DD that's equally as yummy but gluten free. But my DH thinks that's too much (maybe he thinks it will draw too much attention to her, I don't know.) He thinks I should just have the teacher call me every time someone brings something in so I can rush something over. The problem with that is #1 Some parents don't bring treats in until the last hour of class so that wouldn't give me much time to whip something up. #2 What if I am out doing something and I can't make her something that fast? #3 Am I really expected to be THAT prepared all year long? Prepared enough to bake something on a moments notice? I think my idea is fine, but I was just wondering what you all do for your kids? I don't ever want her to feel left out so I want to be prepared. Ideas? Thanks!