Ok. I'll try to make this as short and sweet as possible. I am an elementary school teacher. Teachers started back to work this week and our students come next week. My school nurse (who is only on campus 2 days per week) sent an email today asking how I felt about having a "training" for the other teachers on my team to inform them on what to do in the event of a diabetic emergency. She said she feels this training is necessary due to 2 incidents last school year where I suffered extreme lows. I explained to her that those two incidents took place before I started my CGM and that I feel comfortable with my ability to catch my lows and correctly bolus now. (My two low episodes where caused by over bolusing for my lunch that I did not have time to finish.) I now wait to bolus for my lunch until I am done eating. I only have about 15 minutes to eat so it's not that long of a wait. Am I crazy for not wanting to have a "training" for all of the other teachers on my team? The two teachers closest to me have learned what to do just through our everyday conversations. I am not ashamed of my diabetes but I don't want others to feel like they have an additional student to look after! :) Any thoughts?