I'm wondering what everyone does about correction doses at school (that are not related to a meal so no carbs) at the end of the day. Just received a text that my daughter's BG is 295 but she did not get a correction because the threshold is 300. Looking through the way our diabetes management plan is, 300 is the threshold for hyperglycemia, where they would call me, check for ketones, etc. But my understanding was that corrections can be given whenever we are over our target (120), and that the ezBG calculator on the pump is used and so if there is any iob that will be taken into account. She had lunch at 12pm so if she's still 295 at 3pm without eating anything else she needs more insulin. How do you guys have that worded in your plans? Do they get corrections at the end of the day at school if they are high, but not officially hyperglycemic? This is sure to happen again so i need to figure this out. She goes to an aftercare program located at the school. Thanks for any insights!