Seems like lots of people are being extra understanding about the situation. If you are the type of teacher who works more hours than you get paid for (most of us) then you may not feel too upset at the thought of working on Saturday instead of Monday. You may however be a person who looks at the clock every day at 4.00, closes the computer and goes home in which case you won't like the idea of a new time table of different times etc. Classes are going to be smaller, disruption to the usual state of affairs is inevitable so it's likely we will be asked to do things differently. i don't doubt my contract says all sorts of things about when and how i am supposed to work. That contract was written in a different world. It would be churlish of me to stand now waving the contract and demanding " normality." Given this, I entirely respect the choice of others and am grateful right now that my school still exists and the people i care about are still alive.