I'm curious...when a student (usually older than 3rd grade) comes to the clinic w/wet pants or shirt due to milk/water/food spillage, do you automatically given them clothing to borrow? And if I don't have something in their size, guess who gets to call home (or work, or cell, or grandma or whoever). I do not have the time for this. I'm not talking about the little ones who have "accidents" I'm talking about the older kids who do this. It's starting to drive me nuts - I have to take the time to get a shirt/pant/short/skirt for someone to wear, and is usually happens when I'm really busy. I won't have the kids pick the stuff out because, guess what? This isn't the mall! You get what you get. This adds to the amount of time I'm able to get kids in and out of the clinic, and takes away time from kids who really need help. Sometimes they'll sit there for 20 minutes because I'm so busy....of course, they love it. I'm thinking of telling them "there's some soap, water and paper towels. You can wash whatever it is out and deal with damp clothes for a while". Sigh....I'm having another bad today! But really, what do you do?