Sophia started Kindergarden this Fall. We chose a private (catholic) school because she did Pre-Kindergarden there (her teacher, a Type 1 diabetic, did all diabetes related care) and they had a full-time nurse (vs. a 2-day, not-very-much on-the ball nurse in her brother's wonderful public school). One week into this, I have a teacher and teacher's aid tortally panicing over every little thing. I gave them the Dexcom as a tool to feel calmer about lows. Somehow that back-fired. Today, they sent Sophia to the nurse twice before snack (between 8 and 10) because of high BG's on the Dexcom (it read 367, she really was 324) - clearly a breakfast/or "excited to be in a new classroom setting" spike. I told the teachers not to worry about post-meal spikes but to only focus on lows in the classroom. The nurse checks her at 10, at 12 and 2:30 and therefore could correct/ catch any highs that could cause a problem. Should I keep the Dexcom home? How do you instruct Kindergarden teachers to deal with highs? Our nurse is great but does not seem to communicate with the teachers much. Any advice how I could ease their anxiety?