What happens in Vegas (or your favorite watering hole) doesn't stay in Vegas.
A major issue facing us is how to educate and develop our young people during a deadly pandemic. Although what happens in the schools is obviously important in reducing risk to children and staff, what will determine how successful we are in this priority is what people do outside of the schools.
The requirements to reduce the transmission of this virus are well known. Avoid large groups particularly inside buildings, maintain social distancing, wash your hands, and of course wear your mask. If you say you advocate schools reopening to onsite education and you are not doing these things to reduce the amount of virus circulating in the community you have no credibility.
By the way while we are rightly worried about educational staff, over 500 health care workers have died from this infection. We should not repeat this despicable record with educators.