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The court winners as they paraded down the field. Photo credit to Sarah Treusch.

After Over Two Years, Homecoming is Back

Dylan Brons, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Last week, on Oct. 1, the homecoming court paraded down the Raider Valley during the game's halftime. That Saturday, Oct. 2, there was a dance to celebrate the crowned winners: the queen, senior Tori...

North Forsyth has had an issue with a lack of substitutes from August to late September (Photo By: Cassidee Jackson).

A Substitute Shortage: How North Faculty and Teachers Are Impacted

Cassidee Jackson, Opinion Editor October 11, 2021

Across Forsyth County Schools, there have been a lack of substitutes compared to the amount of absent teachers. Teachers across the district and at North Forsyth have to substitute for each other during...

(HOSA) by: Kerri Graczyk

Clubs: Are They Worth It?

Elizabeth Wood, Features Editor October 3, 2021

High School is stressful. A typical student is balancing seven classes and extracurricular activities like sports and jobs. Trying to balance school and activities can lead to stress. It’s not uncommon...

Meet the new Food Nutrition & Wellness teacher, Laura Morrison. She spoke on many topics, including her plans for this upcoming school year. Photo by: Cynda Allen.

All About Ms. Laura Morrison

Cynda Allen, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2021

Due to the opening of East Forsyth High School, many students and staff members left North Forsyth High School. With so many teaching slots open for the 2021-2022 school year, North hired new educators...

Junior Abby Castleberry, #32, hits the ball to help score points for the North Forsyth Raider Varsity softball team. Photo by: Emmelyn Harrison

Raider Varsity Softball Destroys the Danes

Emmelyn Harrison, Staff Writer September 30, 2021

On Thursday, Sept. 16, after school at Gainesville High School, the North Forsyth Varsity softball team faced off against the Gainesville Danes. The Raiders dominated Gainesville, winning the game 17-0.    The...

Martin shares her plans for drama this school year.
Photo by: Kinley Waltman.

A “Clue” About Ms. Martin

Kinley Waltman, Staff Writer September 17, 2021

With the opening of East Forsyth, many new teachers, including Colleen Martin, were hired for the 2021-2022 school year. Martin has many plans for drama this year. One thing Martin has planned for this...

Principal Bob Carnaroli and Assistant Principal Angela Loftus stand with Charlotte Stevens as she accepts her award.

Ms. Charlotte Stevens: The 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year

Madison Lamons, Staff Writer September 8, 2021

On Friday, Sept. 3, Assistant Principal Angela Loftus announced to teachers in the cafeteria that the 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year would be Ms. Charlotte Stevens. Stevens has been teaching for 20...

Ed Asner answered questions at the Banff World Media Festival. Photo by the Canadian Press.

Ed Asner Dies at 91

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor September 7, 2021

On Sunday, Aug. 29, Ed Asner, the voice of Carl Fredrickson from the 2009 film “Up”, died of natural causes in his home in Tarzana at the age of 91. His family via Twitter posted the news saying, “We...

Students participate in Restorative Circles during Raider Time Homebase. Photo by NFHS.

The Pros and Cons of Raider Time

Elizabeth Wood and Jen Vincent May 20, 2021

Elizabeth:   In August 2019, North Forsyth High School introduced Raider Time and Wellness. Raider Time and Wellness replaced Instructional Focus (IF). Raider Time was a time set aside every...

Dylan Lyerly, 99, running to block a Creekview player. Photo by Sydney Jarrard.

NFHS Football Ties in Scrimmage

Sydney Jarrard, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

To kick off football season early, the North Forsyth Raider Football Team participated in a scrimmage this past week on Friday, May 14, 2021, against Creekview. The final score ended 21-21 resulting in...

Cars waiting in line for gas after the Colonial Pipeline got hacked. Photo by: Megan Varner/Getty.

The Security Breach of 2021 that Drove America Crazy

Micayla Peters, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

On May 7, the Colonial Pipeline experienced a cyber attack in which a group known as the "Darkside" hacked into the pipeline's malware and stole data. The Colonial Pipeline runs from Houston, Texas, all...

Sophomore Ansley Grimes is exempting “all of [her] finals because [she is] so smart.” (Photo by Sarah Treusch)

The Restless and Jam-Packed Exam Schedule for May

Sarah Treusch, News Editor May 15, 2021

With the 2020-2021 school year coming to a close, all sorts of AP exams and End of Course assessments are approaching quickly, creating a hectic schedule no matter the student. Each student must stay organized...

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