Give them some time to work out the kinks (unless the problem is only have 10 kids go virtual).
We’re at the end of our first week and there have been technical problems - one of my kids couldn’t get into his final period yesterday - but it has worked well overall so far. The teachers and administration knew that this week was going to be pretty fucked up while everyone got used to it and technical problems got sorted out.
The biggest problem has been servers going down. There isn’t a set plan for when that happens. Some teachers think quickly and e-mail parents a Zoom link, but that didn’t happen for my son’s class yesterday. I think there have only been two real server crashes - one was immediately on Monday, causing morning problems for elementary and high schools, and one was yesterday. Sometimes teachers have trouble launching their video classes, so they quickly post a Zoom link on the class page in the system. Thing is, if the system can’t be accessed, they need to find another way.
I think it will work.