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Shree Delwadia

Shree Delwadia, Associate Editor

Shree Delwadia is excited to be part of The Bird Feed as a junior! This year, she serves as the Associate Editor, and cannot wait to take on new responsibilities. By working on the staff as a writer and an editor, she has learned a variety of communication, teamwork, and accountability skills that she will take on to other roles in her life. At school, she is a part of MDJunior, Beta Club, and Unicef.  In her spare time, she loves spending time with her friends and family or discovering new things to do. Two of her ride-or-die tv shows are Grey’s Anatomy and Friends. Moreover, Shree has a strong interest in medicine and hopes to pursue a career in healthcare one day. You can contact her via twitter @ShreeDBirdFeed or using her email [email protected].

A tragic accident. The spa shootings in Atlanta led to the death of many innocent lives. However, this shooting led to an increase in rallies and marches to fight against anti-Asian hate present in the country.

Atlanta shootings at local massage spas

April 2, 2021

Delaina Ashley Yaun, Soon Chung Park, Paul Andre Michels, Xiajie Tan, Daoyou Feng, Hyun Jung Grant, Suncha Kim, and Yong Ae Yue. These names will be marked in history for many generations to come. On March...

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Now Showing: SFHS prom. According to the video, the theme for this year would be Hollywood. This guide shows everything you need to make the night as spectacular as possible.

Preparing for War Eagle Prom- A guide for students, by students

April 2, 2021

On March 3rd, 2021, South Forsyth High School announced that they would be holding a prom in the midst of April. With COVID-19 still affecting the county, prom this year would be somewhat unconventional...

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A special moment. Students all over the school try to find the perfect words to ask their date to prom. Many have worked to create a witty and fun promposal idea to surprise their prom dates.


March 29, 2021

Let’s all be realistic. The planning and excitement for prom starts months before prom actually takes place. In fact, as prom is right around the corner, many individuals are taking the opportunity to...

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Fun events on prom day. As individuals get ready for their big night, events such as pictures and fine dining locations are just as special as the night of prom itself. In fact, many individuals have already booked dining reservations or even planned photo locations for the day of prom.

Pre-Prom Activities

March 29, 2021

The events leading up to prom are just as important as the special night itself.  While the day is full of self-pampering, getting ready, and spending time with your friends, it's also filled with many...

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An unforeseen situation. Recently, there was a crime scene at a common hangout spot in Forsyth County. Many students who were at the site of the stabbing were shocked and scared by the horrific events.

Road rage incident at local shopping outlet

March 23, 2021

A road rage altercation between two drivers at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 19th at the Collection at Forsyth led to the brutal stabbing of a man. Public crowds surrounded the yellow tape around...

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(Pictured above from left to right: Siya Kumar, Krithika Kasireddy, Rasagna Vuppala, Swetha Pendela, and Shree Delwadia). Serving the community. Juniors at South Forsyth High School aid individuals in their school and community through aspects of healthcare. They started their service projects in early August of last year.

A passion for healthcare transforms into service for the community

March 9, 2021

Earlier this school year, a group of HOSA- Future Health Professionals members at South Forsyth High School started a journey serving their community through healthcare. Juniors Krithika Kasireddy, Siya...

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Breaking the Internet. Olivia Rodrigo's new single is a fan-favorite for many of her listeners. Rodrigo's single excited many celebrities and fans as her music brought about a popular and emotional song to jam out to.

Fasten your seatbelts: The story behind “Drivers License”

March 1, 2021

The whole world gathered their boxes of tissues and hopped into the front seat of their cars after the release of “Drivers License” by Disney star Olivia Rodrigo. The heartbreaking lyrics and emotionally-charged...

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Center stage. SFHS Dance Company shines during their Winter Showcase. All the dancers worked endlessly to perfect their numbers as much as possible.

Dancing and distancing: SFHS Dance Co. Winter Showcase 2020

December 2, 2020

As the lights dimmed, a hush fell over the small crowd. Their attention retreated from their devices as they gazed up at the thick, velvet curtain masking the stage. Behind the curtain, the dancers shuffled...

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Giving back to the community. The SFHS Boys' Lacrosse Team is hosting a toy drive for students within the community to donate to. Many students and staff donated to the CHOA Toy Drive to help give back to the community.

SFHS Boys’ Lacrosse team gives back to the community

November 17, 2020

In the spirit of the Holiday Season, South Forsyth High School's Boys Lacrosse Team is hosting a Toy Drive for the Children’s Hospital of Atlanta (CHOA). The team is collecting donations until November...

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Packing supplies. As the elections round closer, Forsyth County School students volunteer to pack different cleaning materials to ensure healthy practices during the 2020 General Elections. Students have also packed different disinfectant supplies such as hand sanitizer and gloves for the poll workers as well.

South Forsyth students help prepare for the upcoming elections

November 9, 2020

As the November elections are getting closer, more and more individuals are working hard to make sure all citizens get a fair chance to vote. This year, citizens have alternate ways to cast their ballots....

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Celebrating Hispanic cultures. South Forsyth students and teachers honor their Hispanic peers during Hispanic Heritage Week. Faculty and students had the opportunity to participate in multiple events and presentations.

SFHS celebrates the Hispanic Heritage

November 9, 2020

This year, the month of October is dedicated to celebrating Hispanic Heritage. Hispanic Heritage Month commemorates the cultures of Hispanic and Latino Americans. Throughout the month, many organizations...

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Labeling bags. Juniors and seniors gather and label different bags to hold materials which the county will deliver to different counties within the state. Volunteer organizer, Mr. Joel McNatt, made sure each student was able to contribute in the preparation for the upcoming elections


November 9, 2020

Labeling bags. Juniors and seniors gather and label different bags to hold materials which the county will deliver to different counties within the state. Volunteer organizer, Mr. Joel McNatt, made sure...

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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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Clubs during COVID. South Forsyth High School offers a variety of clubs to their students. While these club might have to adjust their operations, all students will have the opportunity to participate in them, regardless if they are virtual or in-person.

South Forsyth Clubs persevere during COVID-19

September 18, 2020

At South Forsyth High School, clubs and organizations are an integral part of the student body. With over 50 clubs to choose from, students have the ability to connect with new individuals as well as find...

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Distancing during lunch. As students come to the dining hall during lunch, there are many new procedures to ensure that each student is safe. For example, as a student is waiting in line, they are spaced out from those around them to be safe.

Lunch Procedures

September 15, 2020

Lunch procedures this year are different to help keep the lunch staff and student customers safe. The main goal of these altered procedures is to deliver an adequate breakfast and lunch to students while...

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A different school year. As students start the school year, there are many rules and guidlines set in place to protect the students and faculty. While this school year may look different, these guidlines are important to ensure that the students and teachers have a successful year on the SFHS campus.

Stop the Spread – A Guide for Students, by Students

September 14, 2020

As students embark upon the 2020-2021 school year, they face a year that is far from their normal routine. As they walk in the hallways, each student is masked up. As they sit in the classroom, each desk...

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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.

The Importance behind Masks

September 14, 2020

After months of facing COVID-19, many health officials have found that one of the easiest ways to keep yourself and others safe is simply by wearing a mask. Wearing the proper masks helps to slow and even...

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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

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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Adjusting to a new environment. As schools close due to certain circumstances, students are using Itslearning and other online communication features to excel in their online learning. Since this is a new situation for many, it is essential to ask questions and get help when needed.

Making the best of online learning- A Guide for Students, by Students

April 19, 2020

With online learning set to continue through the rest of the school year, it's imperative that students and teachers work together to preserve the nuance of education and maximize their resources. While...

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A calm state of mind. Sometimes individuals fill their mind with worries about their past or future instead of enjoying the present. Reflecting on the present without any judgement is the practice of being mindful.

A Mindful Minute

April 3, 2020

The world is full of unknown moments, challenges, and accomplishments. As things around everyone always seem to be changing, it is nice to take a minute and reflect on the present. To encourage students...

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Stay home. As a result of health officials recommending physical distancing, many streets and buildings are empty. Many doctors and others believe that physical distancing is the key to slow the transmission of COVID-19.

Six Feet Apart

April 3, 2020

As many individuals are affected by these unforeseen circumstances, the key to returning to our normal schedules is by working together. As current statistics show, the number of COVID-19 cases in the...

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A peace of mind. With many different things changing around an individual, it is important to take a moment to decompress if feeling overwhelmed. Taking care of one's body and mind is the key to being happy and healthy.

Stress Relief

April 1, 2020

With these unforeseen circumstances, everyone is adapting to the idea of online learning. Some feel that is rather stressful as there are so many different things to keep track of and remember to do. Others...

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Virtual learning. While online learning is a new focus, itslearning is helping students all over the world make sure their work is easy to access and work. While the site did glitch and freeze up more earlier, itslearning has mostly fixed those issues through updates.

Itslearning Use

April 1, 2020

As school shifts to an online platform, many students from all over the world utilize Itslearning to get their daily school work done. Through itslearning, teachers are able to clearly communicate messages,...

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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

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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Pictured (left to right) are Siya Kumar, Krithika Kasireddy, Ms. Rachel Collins, Ms. Jennifer Clendenen, Aasha Kodukula, and Minakshi Shivananda. The leaders of tomorrow. Four sophomores at South Forsyth High School, along with their HOSA advisers, partnered with a local Medical Reserve Corps organization to give back to the community. By creating different events that support their passion, these students impacted and learned a lot from their community.

South students partner with local Medical Reserve Corps Chapter

March 3, 2020

Recently, a group of students at South Forsyth High School dedicated their time and effort to give back to the community. Sophomores Minakshi Shivananda, Siya Kumar, Krithika Kasireddy, Aasha Kodukula...

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Victory. Varsity tennis player Mina Amirkhani puts much effort into her practices. Just like the South's tennis teams, her  goal for the year is to win the state medal during this year's championships.

An initial look at the upcoming varsity tennis season

February 28, 2020

As spring semester begins, the South Forsyth varsity tennis team is starting to compete with other teams throughout the state. Currently, the girls’ and boys’ varsity team both stand undefeated, hoping...

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Bright minds, bright ideas. SFHS recently released its third academy: the Enterprise Academy. The focus of this academy is to prepares students for future careers in businesses and entrepreneurship.

Rolling into academies: Enterprise Academy

February 24, 2020

To start off the new year, South Forsyth High School introduced a new academy for all of its students. After introducing the SPARK and Innovation Academy last year, Enterprise Academy is the third one...

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