I have to sign in and out with a fob every day. While it is required, I think the majority of teachers don't sign out. Early in my career at a different school I had a principal print off these reports. She gave everyone their report for the past month or so with a letter telling us the percentage of times we were late and saying that a copy of that would be going in our file as an example of our professionalism. It came with a speech that if we worked in an hourly position many would be fired. Several decided to look at how much "overtime" they would work if we were going to compare it to an hourly position. I was over 40 hours of overtime. About 2 weeks late the principal had a staff meeting where she told us that her letter was meant as nothing more than a way to make us aware of our punctuality. At the time, I was not great with attendance. I have worked at my current location 6 years and can count on one hand the number of times I have been late to this job. My issue back when I was late often was that I would have everything finished before I left the previous day. I might have been the last teacher to arrive on my hall, but since I was all ready I was often the only teacher in the hall monitoring and greeting students in the morning. I thought that should have counted for something.