How many visits do they have before you would officially label them a frequent flyer? I'm sending letters home to parents of those I know are definately frequent flyers but was wondering how many times a parent would agree was too many and that I wasn't just trying to shirk my responsibilities.If I was told my child had seen the nurse more than 3-4 times of vague complaints (not legitimate things like injuries, fevers, etc) then I'd be having a talk with my kid about skipping class but I know for many that's nothing so would 10 be a good number to start with? I know about half the school I see less than 5 times a year and others I see 5 times a month. A lot of this depends on the teacher but I've learned they don't see a problem with it and most refuse to change. We have one teacher who sent her students over 500 times this year!! The principal is aware but she literally doesn't say no to anything no matter how stupid. She will send them if they complain about itching on an arm for a few seconds where there's nothing there! Her class must be really BORING! I've had success in the past working with the parents but wanted ideas on a good starting point of number of visits that's too many because I ususally only talk to the parents of those that have a huge number and I want to start stopping this before it gets too huge. (There are some I know having family issues, school issues, etc but I'm talking about those I know it's just because they're getting away with getting out of class all the time.) Thanks!