The Bird Feed

  • 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

Hurricane Michael devastates Southeast Coast
German students take on SFHS
Facebook scandal shines a light on the lack of social media regulation
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Featured Club: Power in Words
Understanding forks in the educational road; trade jobs on the rise
Finding the common factor between Football and Marching Band
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Varsity Volleyball to begin State Championship this Week
South is now 1-1 in region play after loss to milton
39 South students take the next step in their athletic careers
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Broken Lead: Beginning the journey

Elijah Cho, Opinion Sections Editor | October 3, 2018

Many writers - including myself - tend to picture the image of their writing process in their mind: a confident look on their face, a sharpened pencil smoothly sliding across paper, and the mind overflowing with ideas and inspiration. However, this is what ends up happening more often than not: a black expression sits across my face, my pencil in my hand stabs into the paper, and my head completely...

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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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Student OP-ED: Restrictions in the workforce
[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...

Echosmith’s new single “Over My Head” is a huge hit

Echosmith’s new single “Over My Head” is a huge hit

May 15, 2018

Echosmith is an emo-pop cultured band made up of artists related by blood; the Sierota's. The band was formed in Los Angeles in 2009 and was signed to Warner Bros. in 2012. Originally, Echosmith had 4...

Transformers 2007 Movie Review

Transformers 2007 Movie Review

May 14, 2018

Transformers was one of the first movies to ever use CGI animation to such an extent in creating robots in our real world. Set in 2007, it would be years before Pacific Rim or Reel Steel were directed....

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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...

Walking down the runway at the DECA Prom Fashion Show

Walking down the runway at the DECA Prom Fashion Show

January 24, 2018

RSVP Prom Pageant and the Tuxedo Wearhouse sponsored this year's Prom Fashion Show. Fairytale dresses, two-piece dresses, and illusion dresses are in this season for Prom, according to the show. Other...

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Staff Profile
Shree Delwadia
Shree Delwadia

Staff Writer

Shree is a freshman here at South. “Life is short, and so is she; so she makes the best out of it.” She lives by this quote everyday. If you run into...

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Sierra Wamsley
Sierra Wamsley

Associate Editor

Sierra Wamsley is a junior at South Forsyth High School. She is beyond thrilled for her third year year on The Bird Feed staff. When she is not working ...

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Elijah Cho
Elijah Cho

Opinions Section Editor

Elijah Cho is a sophomore in South Forsyth High School and is very grateful to be able to be in the Journalism group once again. Despite deciding to full...

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Hurricane Michael devastates Southeast Coast

Minakshi Shivananda and Kayleigh Emberton, Staff Writer and Sports Editor | October 18, 2018

Hurricane Michael arrived at full force last Thursday, heading straight for Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas. Panama City experienced the worst of the storm with winds up to 155 miles an hour and heavy rain. Since then, the death toll has risen to 29 and major destruction of infrastructure in the Florida Panhandle, as well as cities in Southwestern GA and the Southeastern coast. Many people living...

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German students take on SFHS

Lauren Holiday, Kate Haas, Alyssa Freyman, Sadie Rawlings, Grace Drawdy, Brooke Eldridge, Shreya Mishra, Nisha Roy, Kayleigh Emberton, Minakshi Shivananda, Elijah Cho, Olivia Waletzke, Shree Delwadia, Sierra Wamsley, Daria Waber, and Douglass Seely | October 17, 2018

Students arrive at the Atlanta airport, 4,671 miles away from their homes in Leipzig, Germany. This is their first tour of America, visiting Washington, D.C. a couple of weeks before. They meet their student hosts from South Forsyth High School and take a bus to the high school. American high school is a new concept to them, new stores intrigue them and different dishes of American food amaze them....

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