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The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

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Dawn Martin shows off the strawberry scones her class made from scratch. Martin has been working at South for 22 years.

South’s Dawn Martin Gives ‘100%’ to Culinary Program and Staff

Rathna Malapati, Assistant Clubs Editor May 8, 2023

Everyday, from sunup to sundown, an instructor works tirelessly to enhance and refine the South Forsyth High School Culinary Department, known throughout Forsyth County for its exceptional food. Typically...

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Dawn Garrett-Martin works hard to keep the cafeteria running. Shes been in working for 26 years

Dawn ’til Dusk: Cafe Manager Dawn Garrett-Martin Gives South her all

Avani Prabhu, Copy Editor March 18, 2023

From sunup to sundown, a cafeteria manager works tirelessly to feed the staff and students of South Forsyth High School. That manager's name is Dawn Garrett-Martin. She leads a group of 10 staff members...

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Three Stars and a Sun

Three Stars and a Sun

Maggie Craig, Editor-In-Chief January 12, 2023

Three stars and a sun. I asked my dad what it meant one day As the flag swung back and forth  From the rearview mirror.  “It represents us, Anak,” he said, “you and your brothers Are the stars...

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Williams teaches the class how to factor inequalities and find the solution with interval notation. It was a complex topic at first, but thanks to Williams patience in answering questions and repetition in explaining why it works, students quickly learned the standards.

‘A Lasting Impact’: Willing Williams can Craft her way out of any Problem

Rathna Malapati, Assistant Clubs Editor January 11, 2023

From dawn to dusk, Colleen Williams spends the majority of her time teaching, grading and planning for her next class, but many of her students don’t realize she leads an interesting and unique life...

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Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes

Maggie Craig, Editor-In-Chief October 18, 2022

When I was a girl I used to watch mosquitoes Land on my thigh, And steal the nutrients From my body. Unaware of any diseases They may carry.   Now that I’m older, I watch...

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The Juggling Juggler

The Juggling Juggler

Saanvi Tatipalli, Features Editor March 20, 2022

Juggling the three balls on and on, The juggler juggles day and night When dawn rises and dusk goes down Everyone gathers round and round To watch the juggler constantly Day and night till...

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On Solid Ground: All About Taurus

On Solid Ground: All About Taurus

Saahithya Gutta, Lifestyle & Features Editor, Social Media Lead March 17, 2022

The second sign of the zodiac calendar is Taurus, running from mid-April to mid-May. While nowhere near as dark as Scorpio, Taurus often gets a bad reputation. Typically, people regard Tauruses as lazy...

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Silence

Silence

Gia Anish, Contributing Poet February 12, 2022

Silence, the loudest sound of all So loud that a pin could be heard dropping Silence, the place where secrets unravel Where your deepest fears comes true   Silence where nothing rejects...

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More than the ram. All zodiac signs have multiple symbols. Some symbols for Aries other than the ram include tiger lilies, iron, and the color red. Mars has also always represented Aries.

A Fiery Beginning: all About Aries

Saahithya Gutta, Lifestyle & Features Editor, Social Media Lead February 3, 2022

How appropriate that our first informational article is about the first sign of the zodiac. I know all the Aries wouldn’t want it any other way. Personally, I’m an Aries Sun, but that’s not why I’m...

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St. Marks clocktower in Venice, Italy is a popular tourist attraction. It has all of the zodiac signs on a stunning blue clock face. It was built during the 15th century. Used with permission from Unsplash

An Astrological Introduction

Saahithya Gutta, Lifestyle & Features Editor, Social Media Lead October 26, 2021

Gen Z and Tik Tok are accountable for astrology's rise to fame. The previously taboo pseudoscience is gaining increasing popularity through social media. Our generation has fallen in love with astrology,...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Leah McGray

Humans of South Forsyth – Leah McGray

Kate Geiger, Columns Editor May 17, 2021

Social studies teacher Ms. Leah McGray has been a teacher at South Forsyth High School for the past five years. She loves building connections with her students and teachers all around her. Her passion...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Brian Fahey

Humans of South Forsyth – Brian Fahey

Kate Geiger, Columns Editor April 23, 2021

After teaching at South Forsyth High School for around eight years, Mr. Brian Fahey is known for encouraging and preparing his students to become successful, independent, and engaged citizens during and...

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