Does anyone know where I can find the chart that shows the correlation between lower A1c and increased risk of hypos? I saw it at the CWD conference in Cincy a couple of years ago but can't seem to find it now. I'd like to use it for our meeting with the school board this week re: bus transportation for my seven-year-old. His bus ride is approximately 40 mins long on curvy, 2-lane roads where it is impossible to pull over. Our district has provided a bus monitor the past couple of years to assist him in case of hypos as he is unaware of lows the majority of time. They are now pulling the monitor due to lack of funding and have told us that it is not needed as T1 is not "that serious" (believe me, that got an earful) and that our only option was for our son to ride the "special ed" bus if we wanted extra supervision. The nurse's suggestion was to "run him high" by giving him an extra snack and treating it when we got home. I understand that rationale for safety of not going low, but we have worked so hard to achieve an A1c that we are happy with - I hate the thought of him being high 5 afternoons a week. My DS typically wears a Dexcom but isn't now because of football which runs until mid-November. Even with the Dex, I would still feel nervous about him attending to it all the time. Any advice? Am I being too much of a mama bear?