I hate to say it, but this one may be one that just ain't worth it.
I feel the exact same way about you re: ice. But my MS teachers let any kid that asks for ice come see me. And if I no-ice them, they keep coming back until they get ice. So what would have been a
I did get a small ice maker to make it easier. My boss is actually very supportive of my no-ice plan and we brainstorm strategies, but my boss can't control the writing of the passes.
My HS teachers, FYI, are much better at what I call the "suck-it-up-buttercup" game when it is needed. Ice handed out in HS is mainly for fresher gym or sport-related injuries.
But I have returned to asking students if they ice an area every time they hit at home. Most say no, of course, and I have gotten through to a few of them using this technique.