The Governor closed schools and virtually gave us all stay at home orders for a few weeks. This meant the school year would likely be extended, but it was a temporary measure. Then it became evident after a couple extensions to the shutdown that it might last the rest of the school year.
Teachers did not stop being teachers, in fact they may have developed new ways of teaching more effectively with new tools to help in the future.
With what they learned and set-up, perhaps things like snow days might go the way of the dinosaur(though if I was a teacher or kid I'd have mixed emotions about that, sometimes those snow days are much needed mental health days!)
Schools also stepped up big-time with providing nutrition to the students that could be picked up or in some cases delivered. Staff, administrators, teachers and other volunteers found themselves meeting and carefully giving out meals several times a week. They feared the students who depended on the meal plans might go hungry. They wanted to be sure this didn't happen.
It is possible that COVID-19 will be looked upon as a time great advancements in education and school health and safety were first developed.
And teachers certainly are up to the task.