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The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

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Testing positive. On October 2nd, President Trump and the First Lady went public about their positive test. Due to this new information, many citizens feared the future of the 2020 Presidential Campaign. Thankfully, the President returned to the Oval Office this week returned to his duties.

Breaking News: Trump tests positive for COVID-19

Grace Drawdy, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2020

On October 2nd, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, tested positive for COVID-19.  Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine...

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Obama at work. In an outdoor function, Obama gives a speech to the millions around him. A throwback to his former presidency.

Barack Obama reaching out to voters during the pandemic

Sayna Kaushik, News Editor October 10, 2020

As the election comes closer, former President Barack Obama has offered his help to the citizens of America. by inviting them to text him.  This initiative has the purpose of giving voice to American...

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A room full of adoring fans. As Michelle Obama walks on to the stage with a huge smile on her face, she waves to the audience as she walks up to the podium. Former first lady has experience in public speaking and continues to display those skills. Like during this virtual democratic national convention.

Virtual Democratic National Convention starts with Michelle Obama’s inspiring speech

Sayna Kaushik, News Editor September 14, 2020

Michelle Obama gave a compelling speech on the first day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC); on August 17, 2020, from a virtual platform at her home. At the beginning of her speech, Obama emphasized...

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Senior students at last years graduation file up along one another, eager to finally be able to claim their diplomas. Ms. Duff and one of her former students, Jamal, took one last photo together as she wishes him only the best for his future career ahead of him.

South honors their 2020 Senior Graduates

Carmel Yonas, Opinions Editor & Senior Reporter July 31, 2020

Senior year, a time of excitement and laughter, but also exhaustion and anxiety too. It's the year of opportunities, life-changing decisions, and a chance to enjoy the little bit of high-school left. As...

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The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flying over Roswell, GA. Bystanders stood and stared up at the sky watching the planes overhead.

US Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds honor healthcare workers

Brantley Jenkins, Columns Editor May 11, 2020
The US Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds flew over Atlanta to honor healthcare workers fighting against Covid-19.
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Keeping everyone informed. As students are completing the school year virtually, teachers and staff are contiously updating them with the newest information. As of now, there are updates regarding grades and tests administered at the end of the year.

Latest updates regarding grades and final exams

Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy May 7, 2020

As many schools are closed for the rest of the year, schools and educational organizations are adapting to these unique circumstances. Many counties are releasing new updates and information regarding...

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The experience of a lifetime. SFHS HOSA members attended the 20th annual State Leadership Conference at the beginning of March. Many war eagles brought home medals which showcased their talent and hard work.

Towards Tomorrow: HOSA 2020 State Leadership Conference

Shree Delwadia and Minakshi Shivananda March 26, 2020

On March 5th,  over 70 South Forsyth High School HOSA members attended the 20th Annual HOSA State Leadership Conference. With 20 years in the making, this HOSA conference was bigger, better, and more...

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Staying informed. With all the misinformation about the Coronovirus, Souths Students have many concerns. The CDCs new updates on the virus may be able to shed light on the disease. Image edited by Naisha Roy on Canva.

New updates on the Coronavirus leave South’s students concerned

Dione Geiling and Naisha Roy February 26, 2020

The coronavirus, which started as an unknown pneumonia in Wuhan, China, in December of 2019, has now grown into a global cause of stress and concern. On February 25th, the Center for Disease Control and...

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Another year. South Forsyths FBLA chapter wins the Region Sweepstakes for the 6th year in a row. SFHS students (from left to right) sophomore Ayush Gundawar, junior Harshini Kavalakuntla, junior Tharini R.K., sophomore Abhishek Pasupuleti, sophomore Rohit Gogi, sophomore Abhinav Pasupuleti, and sophomore Tanvi Alluri attended the Region Leadership Conference on January 14th along with FBLA advisor, Mrs. Yonk.

South Forsyth’s FBLA wins region

Maggie Craig, Editor-In-Chief February 24, 2020

South Forsyth’s FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) chapter continued their six-year winning streak at the Region Sweepstakes. The Region Sweepstakes is the first level of the FBLA competition....

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Recruting all around. FBLA members and members from the American Red Cross organization were in the main hall atrium recruiting many blood donors. Students also had the opportunity to learn more information about donating blood.

SFHS students and FBLA members host blood drive

Shree Delwadia and Lisa Holiday February 1, 2020

Currently, the American Red Cross is suffering from a major blood crisis. With less than a five day supply of blood on hand, the organization is looking for those who would like to donate blood. Red Cross...

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The arbitrariness of a school shooting. This was exactly the case in Saugus High School because no one saw Nate Berhow as a threat since he was socially and academically involved in his school. I think the school systems should pay more attention to the mental health of their students and put that first, junior Anisha Prashanth commented in response to what the school system should do to prevent school shootings.

Student Voices on the Surge of School Shootings

Minakshi Shivananda, News Editor January 28, 2020

The Recent Tragedy In California An unfortunate tragedy struck Santa Clarita, California in November 2019, when a student at Saugus High School opened fire which resulted in the death of two teens and...

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