In that case, it doesn’t much matter what the data says. You’re boned.
An important caveat up front here: This isn’t a formal study aimed at examining a representative sample of American schools, or comparing schools in hot spots with schools in places with lower rates of transmission. We should be careful about drawing firm conclusions from it, since logically it may be the case that schools in districts with lower community spread are more likely to have reopened for in-class instruction than schools in districts where COVID is a higher risk. “Most of the nation’s largest districts opened with fully remote teaching,” WaPo notes, “so the data are largely from smaller communities.” It’s not terribly surprising that the virus wouldn’t be prevalent in schools located in areas where the virus isn’t very prevalent generally.