Hi, all. I need a little help. DD has started at a new school this year. She is in the second grade at a school with a full-time nurse this year. After proving that she can indeed check herself, they have decided to allow her to check herself in the classroom. I told the teacher that if she was less than 100 to allow her to have a snack. A little bit of a background, dd's grade is not eating lunch until 12:20 every day. We are in process of moving, so we are driving the children to school 30 minutes away. This means they get up at 6 a.m., eat breakfast at home and then go to school. The school serves breakfast to all kids in the classroom. In the past, dd would not eat the breakfast so that we could control her blood sugar better. (At her old school, she ate lunch at 11 a.m. or so.) After reading advice on here, I thought we would allow her to eat the breakfast if she wants. The first day she ate the breakfast and went low about an hour before lunch. The next two days, she didn't eat the breakfast because she didn't want it. She checks her blood sugar about two hours or so after breakfast (the one at home). On Friday, she told me her teacher fussed at her because when she checked herself at 9 a.m., she went ahead and ate a snack without the teacher telling her. I asked her what her number was, and she said 110. I told her that she made the right choice, but her teacher was also going on what I told her. Somehow, I need to word a note to the teacher that dd was right. I thought about giving her a range that if she is within x range at 9, then allow her to have something, etc. I want to do it without sounding like I am upset with her. I'm not, but I want her to understand that dd knows more than she thinks. BTW, I am going to contact her endo.'s office tomorrow because I think some basals need to be tweaked. Thanks!