I totally agree. I personally don't think the nurse is doing this to keep her job - even I think that's a bit far fetched. However, the nurse said she saw an "11" on the meter and we know that's not possible. Numbers on meters are large - it would be very difficult to confuse a 31 with an 11. It also isn't as though this nurse is overworked and inundated with patients that could lead to mistakes being made. She is in charge of 1 student. My personal theory is that the child didn't eat - which isn't the child's fault as they get busy talking during lunch and maybe her mind was focused on getting that ice cream. But it was the nurse's job to make sure she ate and she dropped the ball on that and then it spiraled from there. Again, just my theory. The bottom line is that the relay of events from the nurse is a mess, and that alone would cause me to be concerned.