Richland 2 wasn't going to close. For 2-3 weeks, "schools will be open". Then the board and the superintendent caved. How many of the then-Board members spoke in favor of the walk-out. (They forgot they were "Management" Or maybe they never knew.) On just the day before May 1, the District announced schools would be closed.
Did all the teachers get paid for that day?
I certainly never heard about any of them whining about not getting paid.
Maybe ALL the teachers should walk out on behalf of those who must quarantine.
For a teacher who must quarantine, it's not like he went skinny-dipping in Lake Michigan on January 1 and got pneumonia.
Teachers don't have a choice about being at the front of the classroom, when kids show up and sneeze or cough. Then Little Johnny (no offense, Johnny) comes up with a positive COVID-19 test, and suddenly Rules apply.
Maybe it's just a little misunderstanding that some teachers are being told they will not get paid during quarantine.
Or maybe it's not.