After I talked so highly of my daughters school, we had an incident today. I first want to say I have only been at this a year. However I have read and read, researched and researched and most importantly have learned tons off of everyone on this website. With that said I treat my daughter lows differently then some. So my daughters school bag is packed with a meter, wipes, glucose tabs, icing, peanutbutter crackers, a juice, pringles, smarties, and some crackers and cheese dip things. I always make sure it is stocked. It has a variety of carbs ranging from 2 to 15. The bus driver informed me the other day that she needed a bag for lows. So I packed her a similar bag juice, crackers, icing, and smarties. I was under the assumption that she had been taught how to treat my daughter, because it is the schools responsibility to make sure there teachers or employess tha have my daughter know how to take care of her. Prior to me giving her the bag my daughter has been low a couple times, she radios the nurse, the nurse tells her what to treat with and we all go on about our day. Until today, my daughter started to feel shakey on bus. She tested 70, the bus driver hands her the juice and tells her to drink it. My daughter 3 hrs later was 250, because of the juice. My issue is she should of called the nurse, or she should of been aware that I only treat a low of 70 with 5 to 8c. My daughter is aware of this and new she was only to have a few crackers. But the driver told her she had to drink the juice. I guess my issue is why did she not radio the nurse like she always has in the past? My other question is who is responsible for training the bus driver? I'm trying to not be crazy, but it is not a hard concept what I expect and it is all in writing.