I was about to post saying I didn't have any stories of when I'd gone low during school, but now that I come to think of it, I actually do have a couple.
Two of which were doing tests in class:
1.) During this enormous test you have to pass in order to graduate high school that assesses how well students have learned and retained the information taught to them, our supervisor called for a break. Feeling shaky, probably just from nerves, I went over to my bag to test. We, obviously, weren't aloud access to our things, especially cell phones, while the test was in progress. However, it's diabetes - so I had an excuse, right? Aw, man, it doesn't sound as bad as it was, but when I was testing, the supervisor, in front of all the other students (20-30) mind you, exclaimed "Are you texting?!" Now, I'm definatley not the most outgoing person in the world; I wouldn't argue if you said I was shy. I am horrible at talking to people (another reason why Juvenation is such a blessing - I can express myself much better in writing :) ), but sheepishly I had to answer. I corrected them, explaining I was testing, not texting. But even today my friends still laugh about "Remember that one time..." Which really I don't understand. It's not even that funny, nor that great of a story.
2.) I had a large assessment that counted for about 20% of my grades. I'd studied all day previously, but lucky me, as soon as I get to the classroom my pump has a low battery warning (not a low bg, but still another semi-funny inconvenient occurrences during school story). Usually I can get my nerve up to speak up myself when it's diabetes at risk (definitely good), so I went up and explained to the teacher what was going on. Practically ran down to the nurse's office, not wanting to miss the test or run out of time as it was so vital to my grade (my grades are vital as well to me -- with diabetes, I like the opportunity to control what I can. I've had a 4.0 GPA for 5 years in a row) -- so I tried to go quickly.
But low and behold, 20-30 minutes later, try as I might, I could not get the top off where the battery goes in! I have a Paradigm 722 insulin pump, and usually the infusion set guard (that unclips when you insert it to the infusion set) can double exactly for this purpose. But, no, of course it couldn't work in a timely manner. By the time I was done with it, the plastic was completely mutilated. I had the nurse lock my pump up in the cupboard as I didn't want the annoying alarms going off during the class. Raced back to class, took the test... did pretty well, actually. And the good news was I eventually got the cap off :)
Now, back on topic. Sorry for the story tirade :)
I don't usually go low during classes; maybe 1-3 times a week on a bad day. But I've tried especially hard not to when my teacher one year said "I can't have you going low in my class..." But that's another, completely irritating, embarrassing, and slightly degrading (of their comment) story :)
Hope this helped, although I expect not. At the very least I hope it entertained you all for at least a couple minutes.