Beyond the issues virtual school creates through scheduling conflicts for parents and their jobs, socialization for kids, meals, and etc... which are all very important. You guys need to understand kids learn in different ways. I’m a hands on learner that struggled very hard through school. Virtual schooling would have been a disaster for me. Some kids will be left behind if school is completely virtual. This is too complex of an issue to simply say either open school or not. Regardless of what we do here someone is going to be impacted from this decision. The answers likely are a compromise of both, while understanding that no solution will ever be a one size fits all. Perhaps we could allow any that are capable of virtual schooling to attend that way, while others meet at a physical building. We could also allow teachers at high risk to teach virtually while having lower risk teaching assistants managing the students physically present. Just some of many of ideas.