The team that voluntarily worked all weekend to dismantle Chromebook carts, disinfect every device, and wipe the profiles so they could be ready to hand to students who need a device at home.
The unlikely new teammates that are quickly learning to collaborate and work well together from a distance.
The teachers who made a video compilation to say that they miss their students...and the students who replied with a video compilation of their own.
The hundreds of teachers who showed up in optional professional development sessions over spring break to learn how to do this well for their kids, and continue to ask for me.
The staff who are calling families to make sure they know how to access food, technology, and learning.
The operations staff who have spent hours cleaning, disinfecting, and making sure our buildings will be safe when we return.
The community members who are donating money, food, and time to make sure our students and families are taken care of.
I'm not trying to be falsely positive or make light of a very serious situation. It's true that there are a lot of things about this virus that stink! But I want to take a moment to be grateful for the good -- the way it is bringing out the best in us!