The Bird Feed

Dressing for the memory of 9/11
Hurricane Dorian surpasses Georgia, but still affects families in South Forsyth
FBLA embarks on new year with Kickoff Social
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Settling into South – A guide for students, by students
An interview with a Christophe’s Culinary Challenge competitor
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11Alive catches a glimpse of the War Eagles in action
Throwing it back with decades
The South Forsyth Gymnastics Team Flips Out Of Prelims
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How to handle Endgame spoilers
Student Opinions: What we wish our teachers knew

Student Opinions: What we wish our teachers knew

April 11, 2019

As students enter their morning classrooms sleep-deprived and stressed out, they brace themselves for another routine-filled and tedious day. As they trudge through the hallways of South Forsyth, a burning...

Teachers vs. Students: Weekend homework

Teachers vs. Students: Weekend homework

April 8, 2019

After climbing up the precipitous mountain that is the school week, Friday awaits students like a rewarding jewel. For many students, weekends are a refresh button on school, tests, assignments, and life....

Southside Vogue: OUR Uniforms

Southside Vogue: OUR Uniforms

March 25, 2019

With a school as sprawling as South, it's easy to get lost in the shuffle. We sit in colorless classrooms for hours on end, listening to teachers present. At school, there are limited windows for us to...

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Seeing the Strip: my trip to Las Vegas
Essentials for all kinds of vacations

Essentials for all kinds of vacations

May 21, 2018

The sun beats down on students as they relax on their vacation. Little kids toss around beach balls and seagulls circle looking for their next meal. In the city, students shop and laugh with friends as...

Dorm room decorating made easy

Dorm room decorating made easy

May 17, 2018

Graduating seniors take a new and fresh step into the beginning of adulthood when attending college. Harder classes, new friends, tight money budgets, and less time for friends and family come with the...

Playlist: Dancing the night away at prom

Playlist: Dancing the night away at prom

April 4, 2018

Butterflies are fluttering around in stomachs, nervousness paired with excitement makes for an interesting mix of emotions that has one feeling sick but still smiling. It's prom day and groups of friends...

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Staff Profile
Carmel Yonas
Carmel Yonas

Staff Writer

Carmel Yonas is a freshman at South Forsyth High School and can’t wait to be a part of The Bird Feed. She is already learning new things about Journalism....

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Brantley Jenkins
Brantley Jenkins

Columns Editor

Brantley Jenkins is a sophomore at South Forsyth High School. He is a first year staff writer that also plays guitar, bass, teaches karate, and is a big th...

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Regan Blood
Regan Blood

Staff Writer

Starting her first year as a member of The Bird Feed, Regan hopes to incorporate her love of art and design into her work. She has a quiet demeanor;how...

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World Viewer Map
Taking over the story on Netflix

Alyssa Freyman, Editor-in-chief
May 20, 2019

People all over the world turn on their televisions and watch shows and movies. The entertainment captivates them, and they feel as if they themselves are a part of the story. However, there is something that everyone has experienced: a decision is made by the main character that viewers don’t agree with. The audience thinks of other ways that they would’ve handled the situation and wish that they...

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A Review of The Avengers: Endgame

Alyssa Freyman, Editor-in-chief
April 29, 2019

People of all backgrounds and ages gather together in a theater to watch the final installment of the infinity saga: Avengers Endgame. They munch on popcorn and sip from their ice-cold drinks, ready for the movie to start. The long-awaited movie came out to select theaters on Thursday, April 25th. However, some wonder if it meets fans’ expectations and debate whether they should see it or not. *warning:...

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South Forsyth Thespians Present Beauty and the Beast

Sierra Wamsley and Oliva Waletzke
March 15, 2019

The velvet curtain closes and the lights flicker on. The roaring applause of audience members dies down until the only person clapping is that awkward man in the corner. Characters are welcomed onto the stage to meet the young girls all dressed as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. Parents with smiles painted across their face gather and meet together. What a few moments ago was a roar of applause is now...

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Dressing for the memory of 9/11

Naisha Roy and Carmel Yonas
September 13, 2019

South’s very own Spanish National Honors Society dressed in patriotic colors to commemorate the September 11th attacks on the Twin Towers. As part of the Spanish National Honors Society [SNHS], students are able to earn 30 minutes of volunteer hours for wearing red, white, and blue. For some, this is very personal as they have experienced trauma on this day. It is important to dress up because...

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11Alive catches a glimpse of the War Eagles in action

Sierra Wamsley and Regan Blood
September 9, 2019

SFHS has recently entered the football season and brought a flood of school spirit along with it. Thousands of eager students whipped out their phones to vote South as Team of the week through the SuperFan app. The school was buzzing and one by one, administrators came on the speaker and encouraged students to keep the polls up for Sofo football in their battle against fellow high schools. Mr. Gravitt,...

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Hurricane Dorian surpasses Georgia, but still affects families in South Forsyth

Minakshi Shivananda, News Editor
September 9, 2019

Joining the barrage of recent storms, another hurricane lurked up to the North Atlantic Ocean, now infamously known as Hurricane Dorian. The massive tropical cyclone made landfall in the Bahamas on September 1st, causing catastrophic damage to buildings specifically on the islands of Grand Bahama and Abaco. Nearly 43 people died on the islands although Bahamian prime minister Hubert Minnis stated that...

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The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School
The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School