Substitute: I'm gonna take attendance, maybe 10 years from now -- I mean, 10 minutes from now.
// Stein taking attendance Stein: Evan Wang, the issue wasn't that you sat in the wrong seat. I marked the wrong Wang. Stein: Anne Wang, here. Evan Wang, here. Michael Wang, here. Steven Wang, here. (Evan, Michael, and Steven sit next to each other) Stein: See, this is the problem! // Later Stein: Sophie H. and Sophie Y. are both absent. Now I'm suspicious. Stein: For all I know they could be running around Downtown Silver Spring at Burgerfi.
// Stein is taking attendance Stein: Hey Evan Wang, you're not sitting in your right seat. Stein: And your dad emailed me in the middle of the night. // Later Stein: Sophie Y, where is Sophie H? Natalia: I could track her right now.
Stein: Hello, CNN? This is David Stein of Montgomery County Public Schools. Stein: My two Statistics classes this morning had zero people absent. Yes, zero!
// Sub in Pd. 6 Blake // Sub passes out attendance sheet for people to write their names on // I write a special message at the bottom Sub: I count 26 names on this list but there are 31 people in the class. Whoever didn't sign your name, please do. // One kid didn't sign his name before and gets up to put his name on Sub: There are still not enough names on here. Student: There are only 26 people in here. Sub, counting the list again: Then why are there 27 names? // This goes on for a few minutes. Eventually: Sub, in realization: Who wrote "Deez Nuts" at the bottom of the paper?
//Will walks in late, had said last class that he'd be sick Delaney: You're supposed to be sick. Will: No, I'm dead. But I came anyway.
//first day attendance Kyei: Chujia? Did I pronounce that right? Chujia: yeah Kyei: no way bruh
Lodal: Guys, let me take attendance here real quick. And then we will do ... absolutely nothing.
Schwartz: I don't know the alphabet! Schwartz: Ohhh, L comes *after* H!
// attendance Street: [Student]? // student turns off camera Student: Not here. Street: Good.