//Sub in Kaluta named Mr. Anderson (not the English teacher) Jeremy, walking in: Good Morning Mr. Anderson: The first person today to say good morning! What's your name, brother? Jeremy: Jeremy Mr. Anderson: Respect! You have respect and love in your heart. You see, I come from Jamaica. My father died 7 years ago. When I walked in, or -- I was the fourth child of sixth -- when one of my siblings walked in, if we didn't say good morning to my mother, he would say, get back to the door and do that again, and say good morning this time. But I go to all these different schools, and the kids walk in and they never say nothing, they just act like they don't see me here. That's not a knock on those kids, that's just how it is.
// 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?
//Roberts is gone Sub: I’ve taught the kids which ends to blow in! *Half of the orchestra in hysterics* // Later Sub: I need a male volunteer because I am not allowed to have a female student alone in the office with me.
\\substitute sub: anyone know who is aneesh dasgupta? sub: he is my son and he is your age but he goes to a different school
//sub for foster pd 6 adsb sub: “whatever is the case, i want you to know that i love you all and all i want for you guys is success.” sub: “you are all my friends. i want to be your friend.”
Sub for POE: I'm gunna jump out of here like a Kangaroo
//Talking about the magnet picnic during comp. sci. Piper: ...and at the picnic there will also be six foot long veggie subs. //Alex Woo perks up Piper: And no Alex, it's not a 6 foot sub per person, it's to be shared. Alex: (sighs)
Schafer: I didn't realize today was universal "Get A Sub" day. Ostrander: Did you see the weather?
Anderson: Don't forget to read to [chapter] 25 because there will be a quiz. I, however, have some bad news: I will not be here next class. *Offers a tissue box to everyone in the front row* [...] There will still be work assigned next class. This work may include the viewing of a video. Knowing me, however, it may not.
Mr. Bayz [sub]: I'm going to give you an oral exam. This oral exam will be unlike anything you've ever taken before!