That's very interesting and a good idea. I think there is an underlying reason why any kid is a frequent flyer and sometimes you can help fix it but not always. I had a girl that came in every day for a week with a stomachache after lunch that had never seen me before so I referred her to the dr and they found out she had diabetes. I had another student in all the time and it turns out she was being bullied by her teenage brother. A lot of the time I think it's that they just don't get enough attention or nuturing at home. Sometimes they are just spoiled. It's hard to find the time to investigate these things when you have so many students needing so many things all the time. Sometimes you just have a gut feeling whether it's something important or not. I was a frequent flyer when I was in grade school and grew up to work with the nurse that remembered me well. I think it was because I was facinated with her office, loved the attention, and I did have a lot of emotional upheavel in my life growing up (due to divorces, alcoholism, emotional abuse, and other things I'd rather not mention) that I seriously could've used a counselor for but just seeing this smiling, caring face that remained calm all the time made me feel instantly better. Maybe that's why I ended up as a school nurse! I think it's important to rule out anything serious before you tell teachers and parents their kids are in too much.