Hi All, My daughter's school does not have a nurse on staff. Her school timing is 8:30am to 2:30pm with 2 food breaks at 10am and 12:15pm. She takes her breakfast at home before leaving to school and we bolus for that. And I have added the insulin to cover those 2 meals at school to the respective hours in the basal program itself since she is too young to be given the responsibility of bolusing herself (according to me). Of course this took some trial and error & we have eventually arrived at a dose which is consistently keeping her BG within acceptable range. We thought of trying something like this as the meal timings are fixed and her activity levels are fairly consistent. What is strange though is the amount of insulin I have had to add, which is much lesser than what would be required if we were to bolus her for the same amount of carbs. This was our own experimentation and when we asked our endo about this, she said it could be because this way of insulin delivery might be more closely mimicking the natural insulin secretion resulting in much better efficiency. Has anybody here tried anything like this and has any experience that you could share?