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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

Douglas Seely

Douglas Seely, Staff Writer

Douglas Seely is a junior at South Forsyth High school. This is his first year working on The Bird Feed. Douglas likes to spend his time working on cars and trucks. Over the summer Douglas worked at a summer camp named, Camp Rainey Mountain as a Ranger and an Instructor.Douglas is very active in Boy Scouts and likes hiking and backpacking. Douglas like to fence on the South Forsyth Fencing team. Douglas’ visions for The Bird Feed  is to bring a lot of information to the readers.

 

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This bold logo illustrates an annual competition, that allows students to illustrate their opinions about an event in history. Throughout the fabric of time, there have been countless tragedies, and they should be remembered and discussed. South Forsyth students create an insightful documentary centered on desegregation.

Junior War Eagles Win National History Day Competition

Douglas Seely and Samyu Machani May 16, 2019

For the annual National History Day competition, teammates Arnav Rao, Shourya Arashanapalli, and Charan Tiruveedhi diligently composed thorough research on their topic of the year: “Triumph and Tragedy...

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Power of Love. Holocaust survivors continue to share their stories today, and it is up to the current generation to ensure that history does not repeat. When Cameron came across the quote online, she knew that she was going to make it the main focus of her photograph. “...it reminded me how important love is in society. It needs to be the core of who we are. Without it, we are bound to repeat history.”

The Power of Love

Samyu Machani and Douglas Seely May 12, 2019

The world remembers the Holocaust on its 72nd anniversary. A mass genocide that occurred during World War 2, it still weighs in the hearts of many. Cameron Ferenchik, a junior at South Forsyth, entered...

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The Tree of Life. German students prepare uniquely designed egg shells, to decorate the tree located outside of West Hall at South Forsyth. The German tradition has been practiced for decades in German tradition, in which a delicate, complex procedure was done to obtain a perfect eggshell ornament. The fortunate students in German club were given the chance to obtain a taste of German culture by practicing this interesting tradition.

Tree of Life: A German Tradition

Douglas Seely and Samyu Machani April 17, 2019

One usual routine in the German club is, for the class to discuss and learn about the many traditions in German culture. At South Forsyth, Mr. Strecker’s German club tends to participate in hands-on...

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Literacy Day on display. Tuesday, March 12 marked the day South Forsyth High School partook in a day surrounding academic discourse and its importance in the classroom environment. Many classes participated in Socratic Seminars and class discussions.

More than a day for books: SFHS Literacy Day

Posters and wallpapers decorated the hallways advocating for Literacy Day on March 12th. Teachers and students have been preparing for this day to come, and now spectators are visiting classrooms and watching...

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Sunrise in the valley. Outside of the Admin building, a campers bag waits to be picked up and taken home after a week of adventure.

Summer camp: an opportunity to learn real-life skills

Douglas Seely, Staff Writer February 25, 2019

Cars arrive on Sunday morning, screeching to a halt on a gravel parking lot. Scouts pour out, faces full of pure joy and excitement. They climb the upward sloping hill. As they reach the top of the hill,...

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Common tools. The table saw is patiently awaiting to be used by many eager students ready to work on their projects.

Understanding the differences of Manufacturing and Engineering

Douglas Seely, Staff Writer December 5, 2018

South offers many pathways, including ones for students who prefer to be more hands-on with their projects, like manufacturing and engineering. While engineering and manufacturing have many similarities,...

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Students sit in the cfaetria to work and study during IFIts really low stres, Megan Milstead explains, because you get to be with your friends and work on stuff

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Students sit in the cfaetria to work and study during IF"Its really low stres," Megan Milstead explains," because you get to be with your friends and work on stuff"

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Wearing the ribbon. South often brings in motivational speakers to inspire the students during important times. Red Ribbon Week began in 1988, when DEA Agent Enrique Camarena was murdered during his investigation of drug usage; angered parents and youth began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to stop the destruction caused by drugs in America. You can only fulfill goals and dreams with correct choices, said John.

Red ribbons; fighting against drug usage

Sierra Wamsley and Douglas Seely October 24, 2018

Students file into one of the many the South Forsyth High School gymnasiums. It is October 24th, halfway through the Red Ribbon Week. Students all over campus decide to wear red to support the cause; saying...

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A Honda odyssey waits on the car lift for a tire alignment.

[Photo] Understanding forks in the educational road; trade jobs on the rise

September 19, 2018

A Honda odyssey waits on the car lift for a tire alignment.

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