North Paulding High School in Georgia suspended student Hannah Watters for posting this photo of a crowded hallway on the first day of school. Watters tweeted Friday morning that the suspension has been rescinded.
North Paulding High School in Georgia suspended student Hannah Watters for posting this photo of a crowded hallway on the first day of school. Watters tweeted Friday morning that the suspension has been rescinded.

Headlines for Friday, August 7, 2020:

Local schools won't test for Covid-19: Nor, in the case of positive results, do they know how they'll handle public notification or potential closures, officials said. (Source: LNP)

PIAA meets today: The Pa. Interscholastic Athletic Association says it was "blindsided" by Gov. Tom Wolf's statement that school sports should be suspended until 2021. (Source: WGAL)

Pa. averaging 22,000 Covid-19 tests daily: However, backlogs at processing labs are delaying results by up to two weeks. Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said the state is working with the sites to speed up turnaround times.  (Source: WITF)

Lancaster County weekly initial unemployment filings fall to 463: That's the lowest since mid-March, but still more than double the pre-pandemic rate. (Source: LNP

National/world roundup: U.S. job growth slows in July. (Source: Reuters) President Trump signs executive order to outlaw business with TikTok. (Source: NPR) Negotiations on Covid-19 relief bill are at an impasse. (Source: AP) Georgia student doesn't regret posting photo of crowded school hallway. (Source: International Business Times)

Tim Stuhldreher