It's a private school that doesn't take funding. I also didn't really want to make too many waves, anyway, since Kira's moving to public school next year. I was hoping we'd make it through the last of this year and then just move on, you know? The NPH was so that she wouldn't have to have shots at every single snack and/or lunch during the day at school. They eat a snack, and have a lunch... and if she goes outside, there's another snack so she doesn't go low (as she is highly prone to do during outside activity of any kind, since she goes nonstop like a jack russel terrier, lol). I didn't want her to have to be tested at snack time, just to be able to eat and go. And I didn't want her to have to have shots at lunch, just test and go. It hasn't worked out that way at all. Currently, she's having to test at every snack and lunchtime anyway, and needed corrections at snack time about 3 times so far this week, and 4 last week. Once she's "off" at snack time, it throws off the rest of the day, but the nurse educator and I have been trying to alter the NPH and the novo to get her a little more stabilized (or a pretense thereof ).