It's good that you have made some preparations for a potential situation: mental, emotional, arrangements (about your students). But you have to keep telling yourself that this is still all speculation. Nobody knows anything certain, yet. Remember, that you have a tendency to analyze everything, create scenarios and draw conclusions, which may seem real to you but are, nonetheless, still speculation. It's because your mind tends to work on hyperdrive and this just sets your emotions into hyperdrive, which then has the possibility of clouding your judgment.
Stay calm. Don't speculate (as much as is possible for you). Pray for her and just wait. Getting worked up before the fact does no one (especially you) any good.
This theologian responded this way:
Of course, the Resurrected Body of Christ has blood! It wouldn't be a perfect living human body without blood and the Precious Blood that becomes present on the altar doesn't come from the air. If it did, then why do we adore something that is not part of Christ's Body? We say that the Eucharist is the total Christ, "Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity." What becomes present on the altar is the Glorified Body and Blood of Christ as it is in heaven at this moment. It just doesn't make sense to say that His Body would not have blood.
That fact that Thomas' hand (might have) come out of Christ's side without blood on it means nothing. Wounds in a mortal human body bleed and are painful. They would not be such in a glorified body. Even Padre Pio's stigmata did not bleed all the time.