Here in Metairie, Jefferson Parish started the year with an option to be fully virtual or hybrid (in school 2 days, virtual 3 days) in my son's school (a 6-12 magnet school) and fully virtual or fully in-person for K-5. When the state moved to phase 2, the hybrid students were able to attend in person 5 days/week at my son's school, but only grades 6-8. We get notifications almost weekly that a student has tested positive, but they were not in close contact with our child. He did have to quarantine around thanksgiving due to a kid testing positive that sits near him. My son tested negative and never had symptoms. He was even able to participate in team sports (coach for basketball was pretty anti-mask. some of the shit he posted in the group text with parents could've probably got him in trouble
I know my daughter, who's in 4th grade has had both of her teachers quarantine at different times this year (in both cases they were asymptomatic and taught from their homes). Her gifted teacher (hey, it's Thursday) has been teaching virtually from her home all year. I don't know if teachers had that option or what.
I had a client that was a reading teacher in the next parish over that was told over the summer that she had to teach a virtual-only class IN ADDITION to being the reading resource teacher. I honestly don't know how some of these teachers are managing all this. It's insane the shit they deal with and I really hope the folks that have been dumping on teachers see what a lot of these people are doing for our kids (and yes, there are probably some really shitty ones out there that don't care, that just hasn't been our experience here).