For those of you with young school children who are not able to administer their own insulin, who gives them insulin at school to correct a high? My son is turning 5 in July and starting kindergarten. He wears a CGM and we use syringes for insulin. The school will have a district nurse come and give him a shot at lunchtime, but the principal told me she will not authorize anyone at the school to give him a correction dose for unanticipated highs. I'm willing to leave work to give him insulin, but with 20 minute travel time and then the time it takes insulin to act, this is an unacceptable amount of time for him to have high blood sugar. In a couple of years I believe he'll be able to administer his own insulin, but for now he is not mature enough. He is not on the pump because even after four years he requires little insulin (meal bolus is 1 unit Humalog), and with the CGM I don't want another device on his little body. What options do I have, besides 504 plan and big battle with the school?