The MM Rep that came to train our school staff has some nice opionions to share with the staff regarding Preditive Alarms - WHY DO THEY SHARE OPIONIONS?? Anyway - it has really made me think about how the predictive alarms have transformed the care we give our child. And, as was suggested by the rep (to shut off pred. alarms for school). I would much rather be able to set a Low threshhold, shut off the Low SG alarm and keep the Predicitive Alarm on. Does that make sense to anyone else "using" the alarms for their young children? Catching a low BEFORE it happens - is a marvelous thing - and I feel it gives us the opportunity to help stablize numbers rather than have the steep mountains and valleys - we can get more rounded hills. Getting a LOW PRED. at 130 2 arrows down (fast drop), or 108 1 arrow down (slow drop), or 102 (slow drop)- PRICELESS! Being able to treat at these points are so much more valuable to me than having to wait until we hit the 100 (Low Threshold).. Numbers are just examples..... So now - we are trying to work the CGM by shutting off the pred. alarms - I find we are having to raise the low alarm to a higher and higher threshold to try and replace the predictive alarms... I love the predictive alarms!!! Any thoughts?