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

South Forsyth HOSA students volunteering at a retirement home and handing out valentines cards. They distributed out handcrafted cards that were filled with heartfelt messages, and smiles were gifted in return.

Empowering Minds & Inspiring Lives: SFHS HOSA Campaigns for Mental Health Awareness

Sophia Prashanth, Lifestyle Editor & Social Media Lead February 13, 2024

In the United States alone, there are about 57 million people who suffer from mental health disorders. Over 970 million individuals worldwide suffer from a mental health illness. Considering that one...

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South Forsyth High Schools HOSA Students at a Bake Sale for their campaign to raise awareness for eating disorders. Through the support of their community, the students were able to raise money for NEDA.

SFHS Students Raise Awareness for Eating Disorders through “Nourish to Flourish” Campaign

Diya Maheshwari, Lead Copy Editor January 30, 2024

Scrolling through social media, you’ll see things ranging from your best friend’s cutest pictures to a celebrity’s lunch and your favorite artist’s album announcement, but five South Forsyth High...

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The aftermath of an infamous challenge. On Saturday morning, South Forsyth High School administrators discover instances of vandalism in its school bathrooms due to certain students participating in the “devious lick” TikTok challenge. While many bathrooms are cleaned up thanks to the efforts of our custodians, a few bathrooms are closed to fix the damages.

Tiktok Challenge Causes Instances of Vandalism at SFHS

Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy September 16, 2021

The past weekend was a tumultuous one for South Forsyth High School, as some students followed the dangerous “devious lick” challenge on TikTok and vandalized the school’s bathrooms, destroying property...

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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

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief 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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Chicago At Night. We rushed to our hotel room after a long day of travel, looked out the window and saw the Chicago skyline. Its almost as if the sky was calming my nerves before the big day.

ATL to CHI, Because Mental Health Matters

Hannah Lucas, Social Media Manager January 17, 2020

Standing in the center of the stage at the University of Chicago, my heart skipped a beat as my mouth opened to tell my story to the 600 pairs of watchful eyes starring back at me. It’s Friday, September...

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Juuls are becoming more and more common among the public as the use of vapes and e-cigarettes become part of daily routine. More and more companies have introduced new flavors of vape that are increasing their popularity and public demand continues to grow.

One simple ‘NO’ can save peoples’ lives

Shree Delwadia and Regan Blood November 19, 2019

The simple consent or thought to vape is all it takes for one to join the thousands in today’s society that are part of an epidemic called vaping. Many people can conclude that the rates of vaping,...

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Couple Costumes

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief October 28, 2019

Since Halloween is around the corner, a great date night activity is going trick-or-treating together. There are a multitude of costumes to select from for you and your significant other and below are...

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Daydreaming, Lower levels of sleep can be detrimental to a teens emotional, cognitive, and physical health - brain activity is proven to lessen with less sleep. Students have often bragged about how little sleep they received the night before, often times without knowing the dangerous effects.

Don’t sleep on this: How sleep levels impact the lives of teens

Daria Weber, Copy Editor May 16, 2019

Students crowd the halls, mindlessly wandering. Heavy eyelids and intermittent yawns remind them of their once cozy beds. The morning bell alerts them, slightly waking up their systems as they shuffle...

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Participating in internet courses. Students are swarming to take online courses. Online classes help you create flexibility in your schedule or help get pre-requirements for other courses.

Technological takeover: the rise of online classes

Grace Drawdy, Editor-in-Chief April 23, 2019

Students spend each and every day wishing for the time that they can get out of school and go home. Most people sit in their classes, listening to the teacher lecture for hours on end. But what if there...

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The beginning of something new. South is excited to have a new medical pathway to enrich the level of education for the students interested in the areas within medicine. South offers this pathway to 9th to 12th grade students.

South’s Healthcare Options: A new medical pathway

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief March 28, 2019

Everyone has his or her own plan or route they follow in order to accomplish their dreams. Whether that dream is to become a teacher, a pilot, or a doctor; South Forsyth High School is ready to help pursue...

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Taking the stage. The above photo shows South students smiling for a picture soon after the ending session at the State Conference. Of the student that placed, the top 4 will represent Georgia at the National State Conference over the summer.

South’s FBLA Chapter exceeds expectations at State Conference

Shreya Mishra, Senior Editor, Online Lead March 25, 2019

The crowd cheers as students from their FBLA chapters step up to the stage to receive awards at the State Conference on Saturday, March 23rd, at the Hyatt Regency of Atlanta. However, taking a step...

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Filled with anticipation. South Forsyths prom is approaching soon on Saturday, April 13th. Some students are preparing for the night by purchasing their dresses, often finding them to be overly expensive.

How to rock prom on a budget

Kate Haas, Senior Editor March 15, 2019

Students across America spend hours perfecting their hair and makeup, all hoping to turn heads with their stunning look. For many students, this is one of their last chances to bond with their high school...

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