Just curious. I know when I first started school nursing I was told it was hard to get into because once nurses got in they usually retired from the position but with our district it seems we still have about half our nurse population that has a big turn-over rate for all different reasons. Also occasionally we will make a new school nurse position due to student need. Don't get me wrong-it still can take 2-3 years to get in but I was just wondering. I also wish the legislation would pass for each school to have their own nurse. That would make things so much easier and safer!!!