The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

Chris Bunker

Chris Bunker, Photo Editor, Co-Podcast Host, Co-Social Media Lead

Chris Bunker is starting his junior year with a bang by strengthening his knowledge in journalism and making new connections with his peers. Throughout the year, Chris is hoping to make the varsity soccer team, as well as write a variety of stories about the sport. Chris’ passions include playing soccer and hanging out with his family. Chris is really excited to continue writing stories for The Bird Feed.  He is also really interested in photography and learning more about diverse topics of writing. He is super excited for his third year as Photo Editor/Social Media Lead. Contact him at [email protected] or on Twitter @cristfur.in.a.bunker. 

Vintage vehicles!  Juniors Shruthi Kapoor and  Alex Van Alstyne sit  in the vintage bicycle the school rented for the aesthetic. There were many places around the venue for perfect photo-ops to create lasting memories.

Dancing through Vintage Hollywood: Prom 2021

April 30, 2021

      Long, shimmering dresses and matching ties, boxes of corsages and endless rounds of photos: Prom is an annual tradition that marks a monumental moment in the lives of high school students. The...

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Revving up. Electric cars are rising in popularity due to convenience and environmental concerns. Several South students and teachers have used these vehicles for many years and urge others to do the same.

[Photo] Changing our perspective of electric vehicles

April 14, 2021

Revving up. Electric cars are rising in popularity due to convenience and environmental concerns. Several South students and teachers have used these vehicles for many years and urge others to do the same....

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[Photo] Humans of South Forsyth – Mark Swanger

February 17, 2021

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We are more than the color of our skin. Colorism is prevalent in every culture on the planet, both subconsciously and outwardly. Throughout history, people have looked down on women with darker skin. As a result, these women have experienced negative mental and physical health effects.

[Photo] More than just Melanin: the striking impact of Colorism in our Community

November 20, 2020

We are more than the color of our skin. Colorism is prevalent in every culture on the planet, both subconsciously and outwardly. Throughout history, people have looked down on women with darker skin. As...

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The latest technology. Apple's new iPhone 12 is on display as featured with new upgrades. Apple's iPhone 12 has the latest and greatest of 5G technology.

Apple’s 2020 Advancements and Technologies

November 17, 2020

Last year was a big year for Apple, with the successful release of the iPhone 11 and Apple Watch 5. Both of these technologies have new and updated features for all their consumers to enjoy. With the addition...

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Students at the French Renaissance Fair. Students are gathering for the fair and waiting for it to start. The fair took place in South's Plaza on October 6th.

[Photo] The French club says “Bienvenue!” to newcomers with its Renaissance Fair

October 19, 2020

Students at the French Renaissance Fair. Students are gathering for the fair and waiting for it to start. The fair took place in South's Plaza on October 6th. "It was a lot of fun!" said Junior Ayesha...

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Flu season. A wide eyed teacher nervous to get a flu shot. A CVS pharmacist there to give the shot. Forsyth county supporting flu shots and to keep there community safe.

[Photo] The connection between Covid 19 and the flu

October 27, 2020

Flu season. A wide eyed teacher nervous to get a flu shot. A CVS pharmacist there to give the shot. Forsyth county supporting flu shots and to keep there community safe.

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A delicious delicacy. Crumbl Cookies is a famous bakery open all across the country. They held their grand opening in early September which bring in crowds of people from all over the county.

Experiencing a world of cookies with Crumbl Cookies

October 9, 2020

In early September, the new Crumbl Cookies establishment opened in Forsyth County. Many students, teachers, and families in the South Forsyth area eagerly awaited the grand opening line for their free...

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Unique patterns. Cody Strozensky, a student at South Forsyth High School, wears a black uniquely patterned mask with a dark hoodie. With the pandemic, students have been seen with some pretty unique and colorful masks.

[Photo] The upcoming of mask fashion

October 19, 2020

Unique patterns. Cody Strozensky, a student at South Forsyth High School, wears a black uniquely patterned mask with a dark hoodie. With the pandemic, students have been seen with some pretty unique and...

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Fighting Covid in the Classroom. While it is not a requirement for students to wear masks at South Forsyth, many students prefer to wear masks to protect themselves and others from exposure. While was different experience going to school last year when compared to this year, many students are thankful for the opportunity to attend face to face school for the 2020-2021 year.

[Photo] Restart Forsyth helps the start to in-person school

August 29, 2020

Fighting Covid in the Classroom. While it is not a requirement for students to wear masks at South Forsyth, many students prefer to wear masks to protect themselves and others from exposure. While was...

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Mask up. Junior, Zac Tishgarten, wears his mask to protect himself and his peers. SFHS students are expected to wear masks to protect the entire campus.

[Photo] The Importance behind Masks

September 14, 2020

Mask up. Junior, Zac Tishgarten, wears his mask to protect himself and his peers. SFHS students are expected to wear masks to protect the entire campus.

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Walk around. Blue marking around the school guide student traffic. the administration worked hard to ensure that they would minimize the spread of COVID by guiding more students outside.

[Photo] Hallway Traffic Patterns

September 15, 2020

Walk around. Blue marking around the school guide student traffic. the administration worked hard to ensure that they would minimize the spread of COVID by guiding more students outside.

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[Photo] Brooke Eldridge

September 8, 2020

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South Forsyth's gymnastic Coach. Coach Naffky has been coaching gymnastics at South for six years. As a young child, Coach Naffky found a safe place in her gym through gymnastics.

[Photo] Coach’s Corner: How do professional athletes influence high school athletes?

December 11, 2019

South Forsyth's gymnastic Coach. Coach Naffky has been coaching gymnastics at South for six years. As a young child, Coach Naffky found a safe place in her gym through gymnastics. " I think it is important...

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Apple does it again. At Verizon in the collection, the newest models of the iPhone are on display. Apple has made great improvements from the iPhone X. including updated Face ID features and improved wipe up bar.

Apple strikes again with new iPhone and Airpods Pro

December 2, 2019

With over a hundred devices including iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, and more, Apple continues to create more products to appeal to today's generation. Recently, Apple Inc. has released a new line-up of devices...

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Ionic demonstration. Mr. Steele, a chemistry teacher, uses his ClearTouch board to teach. Throughout the school, a variety of styles lives within the teachers.

[Photo] Pedagogy is more than a Membean word

October 29, 2019

Ionic demonstration. Mr. Steele, a chemistry teacher, uses his ClearTouch board to teach. Throughout the school, a variety of styles lives within the teachers.

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Breast Cancer awareness month. Every year students dress head to toe in pink outfits at a football game in October to commemorate those who have connections to the illness. South students line the railing at Milton to cheer on the War Eagles in their second regional game of the season. South played hard but could not come up with the win.

[Photo] War Eagles leave Milton with a 1-1 regional record

October 21, 2019

Breast Cancer awareness month. Every year students dress head to toe in pink outfits at a football game in October to commemorate those who have connections to the illness. South students line the railing...

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After a long day of work students drop their collecting in the bin out back.

South goes green with the recycling program

October 22, 2019

The recycling program at South Forsyth High School has been around for 10 years, cleaning the school’s environment and providing an enriching activity for the school’s autism classes. This program...

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Yellow for Remembrance. Senior Matthew Trinh proudly holds up a yellow ribbon in honor of his support on such a day.

[Photo] More than just yellow shirts

September 26, 2019

Yellow for Remembrance. Senior Matthew Trinh proudly holds up a yellow ribbon in honor of his support on such a day.

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[Photo] Dressing for the memory of 9/11

September 13, 2019

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