Rosie has been back in school for nine days now. I have only received one call from the Clinic Aide, and that was about some missing paperwork that the endo's office hasn't faxed yet. I think it's a record-- usually by this time I've been in to "chat" with the Clinic Aide about some kind of problem at least once!
Rosie has a plastic shoe box with supplies in her homeroom. She tests in the classroom as needed. When she changes classrooms for various subjects, she carries glucose with her in her pump belt, and generally can rely on her Dexcom to see if she's going low. If needed, she can leave the other classrooms and go to the clinic to test.
She's run a little on the low side nearly every day, which tends to happen at the start of every school year with the changes in routine. She's been able to treat/test herself and has done really well. I'm so proud of her!