Clyde discovers he didn't earn his junior administrator job, but can't give up the perks that come along with it.
At the McBride House, Lincoln and Clyde are marveling over a perfect attendance plaque Clyde has recently won. Clyde decides to record this moment in a journal he has had since kindergarten. While bringing up some highlights, Lincoln and Clyde discover that on one day, Clyde didn't go to school, making Clyde panic. Realizing that he's a fraud, and doesn't deserve the perfect attendance award, Clyde considers taking the award back, and Lincoln, initially opposing Clyde taking it back, becomes supportive of Clyde's decision.
The next day, Clyde attempts to tell Principal Huggins about his perfect attendance award. However, Principal Huggins, interrupting Clyde every time he talks, says that because of his perfect attendance, he's perfect for the role of junior administrator. With this job, Clyde can do a lot of privileges around the school, such as raising the flag, taste testing the cafeteria food, and give morning announcements. Clyde, realizing how great it is to be a junior administrator, forgets about telling the truth, and gladly accepts the position.
Now that he's a junior administrator, Clyde gets a lot of special privileges, courtesy of Principal Huggins. After raising the flag on the flagpole, tasting the cafeteria food, and giving the announcements, Cheryl, Principal Huggins' assistant, give Clyde the task of digitizing the school files. However, Clyde, realizing that the files contain his attendance records, quickly asks Lincoln for help, and Lincoln accepts. Late in the day, after most of the staff has left the school, Lincoln and Clyde successfully extract the file containing Clyde's attendance and are prepared to leave. When Clyde brings up the idea that no one would expect what they did, Clyde sees the school janitor, Norm, nearby. Fearing that Norm overheard him (which Lincoln replies is highly unlikely), Clyde says that they need to keep him quiet, and they do so by cleaning the boy's bathroom. However, upon finishing, Clyde blurts his secret again, and fears that Coach Pacowski overheard him. Lincoln and Clyde decide to scrape off the barnacles on Coach Pacowski's houseboat in hopes that it would keep Coach Pacowski silent. Unfortunately, for the third time, Clyde blurts his secret out, and fears that Nurse Patti overheard him. Lincoln and Clyde decide to exam each kindergartner for head lice for Nurse Patti.
The next day, Clyde is informed by Principal Huggins that he now has his own personal golf cart, as thanks for helping the staff out yesterday. Unable to live on a lie anymore, Clyde, while doing his morning announcements, reveals to everyone that he's a fraud because he missed one day of school. Principal Huggins and Cheryl, shocked at what Clyde is saying, ask him what he's talking about. Clyde says that he missed a day of school in 2012, but Cheryl reveals that the day Clyde claims he missed out on, was actually due to an incident named The Great Flood of 2012 that happened, and school was canceled as a result. Realizing that his worrying was all for nothing, Clyde is more than proud to still hold onto the position of junior administrator, and his perfect attendance plaque.