This is the original poster. My understanding is that this directive was taught to staff at the DCM (Diabetes Care Management) training a couple of weeks ago. Apparently the teacher's assistant that works with my son attended the training and noted that we were not suspending the pump as she had been taught at the training. The school nurse discussed this with me last week and I told her that despite what the training indicated, I did not want the pump suspended during a low. I explained how insulin worked and noted this would be counterproductive. She asked me to get this in writing from the Endo so that the school was covered for not following the training. The Endo agreed that a "pop" is generally seen a couple of hours later and he wrote a note indicating that we did not have to suspend for lows.