So this brings up an interesting issue: it is technically illegal in New York state for public sector unions to strike. This comes from the Public Employee's Fair Employment Act, commonly known as the Taylor Law. Among other positive things (like codifying the right of public sector employees to unionize) it also disallows strikes. Some interesting history here, it specifically punishes the union in the case of a strike by: a) fining the union, b) suspension of automatic dues payments, c) jailing the union leadership, and d) costing two days pay for workers for each day on strike.
That being said, there are some things worth the risks associated with a strike. If you recall the 2018 wave of 'wildcat' strikes in states like West Virginia, Colorado, Arizona, and more - there was a risk of losing ones job completely and those districts still won out in the end. I am hopeful that it will not come to a strike (because all supportive unions are against current reopening plans) but know that I will do my duty if need be.