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The Bird Feed Staff

The Bird Feed Staff

The Bird Feed is the student news site of South Forsyth High School. We serve the student body by providing timely and relevant content to our readers.

We place an emphasis on objective news, but The Bird Feed does have a character that represents our staff which we will present occasionally. We also give significance to multimedia and believe that it is vital to maintaining a diverse and engaging news site.

Students (left to right) Shree Delwadia and Lisa Holiday. Both on the Bird Feed staff, they are participating in the recommended mask-wearing. Having a mask mandate would help students and faculty feel safer attending school and stop schools from closing.

Protected: Mandating masks to curb COVID-19 in Forsyth county

January 28, 2021

The coronavirus has been plaguing our country and news for months now, however it doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. Walking through the halls, following the blue tape on the floor, we look...

Homecoming 2020. Spirit Week, a pinnacle football game, and homecoming court filled South with festivities the week of 10/25. Despite the changes that COVID-19 brought to the school year, homecoming remained a shining constant.

SOFO HOCO 2020: War Eagle Spirit perseveres through adversity

November 11, 2020

The week of October 26th was South Forsyth’s 2020 Homecoming Week, culminating in the pinnacle football game on Friday, October 30th. Despite unusual circumstances due to COVID-19 and social distancing,...

Homecoming Football Game

November 11, 2020

At the end of Spirit Week, South Forsyth’s varsity football team faced off against the Gainesville Red Elephants for the Homecoming game on Friday, October 30th. SOFO students geared up in white, black,...

Homecoming Court

November 10, 2020

When halftime hit, the homecoming celebrations began. Before announcing the members of the student court, the homecoming faculty winners were announced. College and Career Center Counselor, Ms. Mallamace,...

Homecoming Spirit Week

November 9, 2020

Homecoming Spirit Week is a long-standing tradition at South Forsyth High School. Each day of the week, students dress up in different outfits to display their school spirit. This year, spirit week was...

Political Change through Voting. To make their political voice heard, high school students who are of age cast their ballot and vote as their new responsibility as a citizen. However, for students who cannot vote yet, they can still inflict change by using social media and speaking out their opinions publicly.“We can reach out to our representatives and other people involved in politics to make a change in what we may not like within the policies. Anyone can make a difference, even though we may be young, especially through social media.” stated Junior Isabella Olivera.

Staff Editorial: Voting with the next generation

December 1, 2018

Nearly every day, students walk into history classes and learn of current and past political debates. Even for classes such as Economics and World History, students still learn the views of political parties,...

Trying SOFO Flex

November 28, 2018

Students gather in different areas of the school, each place matching a certain need of the student. Some utilize the quietness of the Blue Gym to study for their next test, while others stay in the Arena...

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