How is it going at your school(s) when you have online Zoom meetings with the administration? My one kid's school meetings are good, the principal has coherent comments, makes it clear what he doesn't know yet and that there are still a lot of open issues because Central isn't giving him the staff/budget/info to make the plan a reality. Parents get it and respond and it feels like a community. He's also really good with the Zoom technology and is speedy with the mute button when people accidentally take themselves off.
Then with my other kid's school, the poor principal just opens for a Q&A immediately with no presentation, and then parents just get more enraged with everything he says. And the tech issues are cringeworthy. It's awful, I had to get off the call last week b/c it was making me so anxious.
It's not that one principal has more info that the other, it's all about projecting leadership and communicating clearly.
Just curious what is going on at other schools.