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  • October 3Friday's football theme is White Out

  • October 3Forsyth County Drug Summit will take place on the 22nd at the Forsyth County Convention Center

  • October 3DECA Be Our Guest Character Breakfast will be on the 20th at Haw Creek Elementary

  • October 3The German Club Oktoberfest will take place this Friday

  • October 3The PSAT will take place at South on the 10th

  • October 3The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time will be performed from the 10th to the 13th

  • October 3Students who are at least 17 1/2 years old can now vote

Complacent decision: Adults leave the ballots thinner each year
Hurricane Michael devastates Southeast Coast
German students take on SFHS
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Thanksgiving dinner: Catering dietary restrictions
Featured Club: Southside Improv
This year’s Black Friday deals for teens
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South swim and dive makes their debut at the first meet of the season
South Forsyth Marching Band win championship again
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Teachers vs. Students: Workload

October 2, 2018

High school students, in general, are getting more and more flustered with the amount of work they have. After reaching home in the late afternoon from an extracurricular activity, the average high school student spends the next 2-3 hours working on homework, not even bothering to eat. When he finally finishes after hours of unending work, he may grab a quick snack instead of an actual meal to...

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Point-Counterpoint: Media Influencing the masses
South’s healthcare opportunities

South’s healthcare opportunities

October 26, 2018

Imagine what graduating high school will be like. Some of us look forward to the day when we walk across the stage to accept our diplomas. That day, walking across the stage, receiving a diploma, and moving...

Student OP-ED: Restrictions in the workforce

Student OP-ED: Restrictions in the workforce

August 21, 2018

Dear Editor, As a 17-year old woman of color with future ambitions to be an executive at a Fortune 500 company, I find the statements given by executives at FTSE companies in the UK justifying the lack...

[Staff Editorial] Millennials: a Silenced Generation

[Staff Editorial] Millennials: a Silenced Generation

May 24, 2018

As high school students, we have the power to change issues of school safety and diversity. In result of the mass shootings and the idea of creating change in the community, an uproar of peaceful protests...

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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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Lauren Holiday
Lauren Holiday

News Editor

Lauren Holiday is a senior at South Forsyth and the News Editor of The Bird Feed. She is an inspired and passionate artist with big hopes for her future...

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Samyu Machani
Samyu Machani

member

Samyu Machani is a senior at South Forsyth High, ready to graduate and explore the endless possibilities college has to offer. She’s has a love for m...

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Daria Weber
Daria Weber

Copy Editor

Daria Weber is a Senior at South Forsyth, marking her fourth year on The Bird Feed staff. A proud Venture Scout, Daria is the current president of Cre...

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Thanksgiving dinner: Catering dietary restrictions

Sadie Rawlings, Online | November 19, 2018

The aroma of freshly baked dinner rolls and sweet potatoes baked in brown sugar fill the kitchen on Thanksgiving day. Pumpkin spice lines the countertops, ready to be poured into the buttery, flaky crust of the pie. The turkey sleeps patiently in the oven while the juices begin dribble off the golden facade. The table is being lined with bronze cutlery and extra place settings are added for the guests...

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South swim and dive makes their debut at the first meet of the season

Grace Drawdy, Photo/Video Editor | November 16, 2018

On November 2 and 3, 2018, South Forsyth's Swim and Dive Team competed in North Forsyth’s 11th annual swim and dive meet. Four teams competed in the dive competition: North Forsyth, Forsyth Central, South Forsyth, and Centennial High. South had six divers total, with top ten finishes from: Makenna Segal (10th) Lucy Taylor (9th) Ali Brady (6th) Haleigh Laws (3rd) Rithvik Rajavelu (3rd) Logan...

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