May 18, 2020 8:26 AM HomePoliticsMorning Reads for Monday, May 18, 2020 Morning Reads for Monday, May 18, 2020 By Theresa Garcia Robertson Politics 4 Comments Monday, Monday! Early Voting begins today!Highways of the future imagined on portion of I-85Goodwill reopening dozens of stores in north Georgia todayGeorgia National Guard member going the distance for veteransMore Atlanta attractions reopen this weekGeorgia film office head to discuss pandemic’s impact on moviemaking businessJ.C. Penney bankruptcy could affect 21 Georgia storesTropical Storm Arthur churning off Georgia CoastWe love Publix!‘Hopeful, but not overly optimistic’ – the future of high school sports in the fall. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author Theresa Garcia Robertson Wife. Geege. Foodie. Political Junkie. Southern Enthusiast. Taco Lover. Subscribe Login Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Please login to comment 4 Comments Oldest Newest Inline Feedbacks View all comments chamblee54 12 days ago Here is your monday morning reader for this week. Dave Bearse 11 days ago It’s good that’s there’s public discussion of how HS sports might resume. Not so good there’s been very little about school itself. Ellynn 11 days ago Reply to Dave Bearse Not publicly. I assure you on the admin and board level, it’s the no 2 topic of discussion in every system in the state. The no 1. topic is what funds will be coming in from the state and ESPLOST. They need to set their budgets for the tax rolls by July 1, and without figuring out what they have to spend and where to put it, they can’t fully answer what they are doing with the schools. Example, technology requirements that would allow some partial online classes can be covered by ESPLOST, but until they get a full picture… Read more » Ellynn 11 days ago As a follow to high school sports, there is this from the college level… https://www.axios.com/college-sports-coronavirus-budget-cuts-football-b9604edc-cc72-4eec-96bc-7279683188f0.html Near the end the parts on “headcount sports” and “equivalency sports” as viewed as profit making vs. tuition paying is interesting.