This is probably the first of many questions I'll post as I draft a 504 plan to take to a meeting with the school where our daughter starts kindergarten next month: The school has already told us that with their last T1 child (a 5th grader), all bg checks were performed in the office by the health room aide, and that they want to do the same for our daughter, with no checks performed anywhere else (they gave me a b.s. line about exposing other children to blood-borne pathogens). I'm ok with routine testing in the health room for pre-meal bolusing etc, but it makes me nervous for times when she feels low (generally not till under 60) and also for when she's in the gym or on the playground. But because she uses the Omnipod, her diabetes bag and PDM/meter will be in the health room office all day. So, I'm thinking about proposing two things: 1. that I supply the school with a mini kit with a backup meter and a few low treatments that must go with dd any time she leaves the classroom; and 2. that anytime she feels low or the Dexcom alerts low, the teacher on site must test and treat instead of making her go to the health room. I'd love some advice on how others have handled this with a child who isn't old enough to self-test, and also whether my instincts on these points are "reasonable."