I was wondering how often, on an average day, a student asks you to go to the nurse during class? For me, I have about 8-10 students a day ask to go to the nurse (out of 75 students that I see per day). This is NOT COUNTING my diabetic children, or children who take other daily medicine. I find it very obnoxious. Obviously, I can't say no (or even ask "why?") if someone requests to see the nurse. I just KNOW they're taking advantage and I feel like there is nothing I can do about it! Now, the nurse is no pushover. She doesn't coddle the students and has no problem sending them right back to class if she thinks they're fine. The thing is, you have to sign in at the nurse and wait in line (there's *always* a line). So, even if a student gets sent back immediately, by the time they go down there, sign in, talk to the nurse, and get sent back, it's been 15 minutes. WHAT CAN I DO??????