Classes went great! We did 5 classes, we had probably 10-20 people in each class, so maybe 75 people total. That's somewhere between 1/3 and 1/4 of our school made it today. Here are the lessons I can share: Have someone who's only job is tech support. Someone needs to accept people into the class after it starts, but also you're going to get a bunch of calls, texts, IMs, and emails asking "how do I get on?" or other various questions. Set the speakers far away from the microphone. You won't get the feedback squeal, but you will get students questions feeding back into the microphone. We moved our speakers after the 2nd class. One of our students (who took the 2nd class, and her son took the 5th class) said it was much better in the later class. I recommend having an external video camera or webcam, instead of relying on a laptop's built-in camera. This way someone can be managing the computer without blocking the camera. Overall, I'm really glad we did this. I think our students were grateful. Some of our younger students that have focus and behavior problems did really well today. I think they've been cooped up and it was good for them to be part of this.