The students, I mean. My own kids know better by now. But does anyone else have trouble protecting student's privacy because of other students? I'm thinking specifically of my diabetic. When I am having him check his blood glucose and then giving insulin (not very independent yet), I have trouble keeping other students from butting in and asking questions. My office is very wide open and I did ask the student if he would prefer I give his insulin in my curtained area, but he said it's ok.
So he stands next to my desk and we chat and discuss his lunch/snack and decide together how much insulin he needs (he's learning how to dose himself), but other students often try to stand next to him while I give insulin and I have to ask them to step away. Sometimes they ask me why he needs a shot and my standard reply is "to keep him healthy". He doesn't usually answer their questions so I take it he's not comfortable disclosing his health information.
In other words, I take my cues from him and do everything to protect his privacy, but I wonder if it's just my students at my school or if I could be doing more to protect this kid.
As an aside, once the student and I told another student that it's Captain America serum, and to check back with the student later to see if he had huge muscles yet...he thought this was a great prank to pull and laughs about it still.