DS attends a day camp for kids with various medical issues; mostly allergies, asthma and there are four D kids. One wonderful, but overworked nurse and lots of competent counselors. Yesterday they went swimming at the local university pool. I gave the counselor the Dexcom receiver in a plastic baggie. Obviously with swimming Dexcom couldn't pick up and apparently the other times while they were at Rutger's she was too far away from him since the trend graph was out from 10:00 - 2:00'ish. He was fine, but he's an active 9 year old who wouldn't dream of pulling himself away from the fun if he was low, argh. Tomorrow they are going to a water park. Should I even send the receiver in?? The park is large, but I know the nurse will hunt him down for a BG check before lunch at minimum and give him his Novolog and again check him when they get on the bus. The counselors are aware of signs of a low BG. I cannot go tomorrow and although my older non-D son is at the camp, he is a counselor in training and has his own group of little kids to worry about it. I'm thinking just skip it; why bother if he's going to be out of range most of the time and take the risk of it being lost. What would you do in this situation?? Thanks for any ideas you may have!