I'm wondering if teachers and students around the country have 100% remote teaching and learning options through their school districts for the upcoming year. Please understand, I'm not looking to get into a debate about whether or not we should be back in-person. I've already seen way too many arguments on social media and I find it exhausting. I teach in a suburb of central Ohio. Pretty much every district in my county is offering a full-time option for both students and teachers who aren't comfortable physically returning for whatever reason. The plan for now is to go back in late August with a hybrid model (half the kids come every other day to maintain distancing) for those who didn't sign-up for online. Of course, this could change at any time. My district has around 17,000 students and 1,600 teachers. About 1,800 students and 150 teachers signed up for online. Is this pretty much what everyone else is experiencing? Or are districts in other areas simply deciding between in-person, or 100% online for everyone with no real option for teachers and students/families? Just curious.