In my district, we changed the grading policy for the last nine weeks. It went to the school board, was passed and sent home to parents and students.
We made every grade count the same, gave no tests and only gave a semester exam if the student had not turned in their computer and other supplies they were using from the school by the specified date.
Each teacher gave one assignment per week. It was put online on Monday and it was due by Friday each week.
Teachers had the option of doing Zoom calls with their students.
We had kids who failed. TEA said we still had to have grade so kids could get credit for a class.
Did we work with kids with computer issues - YES
Did we find ways for kids to turn in their work - YES
While my district changed some of their policies and grade requirements, we did not stop teaching and yes some kids made choices and did fail a class.
Just because you are at home instead of school does not mean your life has to stop. You just find different ways to keep doing what you are doing.