I am new to this forum. My 3 year old was diagnosed T1 in April 2012, and then we received a biopsy-confirmed celiac diagnosis in late December. I feel like we are fighting fires on multiple fronts right now, as we are still dealing with these crazy persistent hypos as we eliminate gluten from her diet, we are trying to decontaminate our kitchen, and we are wondering how to manage both conditions at her preschool. Can anyone share their experiences with the GF diet in a preschool setting? Some background: We LOVE this preschool. The teachers have been absolutely fabulous partners in caring for our daughter's Type 1. They trained the entire staff on how to do pokes and boluses, they text us frequently during the day, and they can count carbs about as well as we can. They are super-conscientious about her care in every way. One of the reasons we chose this preschool is that it has a great food program. The teachers cook from scratch every day using healthy ingredients, and we figured that fresh, healthy food is that much more important for a CWD. After getting the celiac diagnosis, we had expected to be packing our daughter's lunches in perpetuity. However, when we broached the subject at dropoff this morning, we learned that the school had a celiac child a few years back, and that they were able to feed him GF out of the school kitchen. They suggested that we pack her lunches until we can have a sit-down meeting to discuss whether they can prepare at least some food for her. Has anyone had experience with preschools feeding their kid a GF diet? What should we be thinking about before we have this conversation? And are there any good resources that we can share with the staff?