Hi, We're two months in with the ping and we are all loving it. At home (or anywhere outside of school really), we exclusively use the meter remote for testing and bolusing. At school, my son tests three times a day using a meter that stays at school - twice at the nurse, and once in the classroom. He tests before snack and lunch, and those BGs get into the pump when he gets bolused for food. He tests in class before he heads to the bus and radios the nurse his number. Unless he needs a correction, that number never makes its way into the pump. So when we download the pump, all of those mid afternoon numbers from school are missing. I would like to have these numbers in the pump, but am struggling with the best way to get them in there. The only way I could figure out how to make them show up was to act like I was bolusing a correction and then just bolus for 0.0 units. Is there another way that I am missing? Generally speaking, we don't correct him when he is leaving school because it is a longish bus ride and a few times he has dropped too low from a correction. I would like my son to enter the numbers himself on the pump while he's in his classroom, but I get nervous that he will accidentally bolus himself because he is so freaking fast. He is only 8 and he does bolus himself (sometimes), but only with one of us standing over his shoulder. I don't want to involve the nurse on this because he already thinks going there twice a day is twice a day too many. Is there an easier way to get these numbers into the pump, or is that the only way? Thanks for any suggestions!