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With so many options, it can be difficult deciding which session to sign up for. Thankfully, many teachers offer the same sessions every week Photos by: Rohani Nguyen.

Wellness Sessions You Can Count On

Elizabeth Wood, Features Editor February 1, 2023

Raider Time was created to give students a time when they can sign up for sessions that they want to go to. Raider Time is overall a productive time when students can study, take tests, make up work, etc....

(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...

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...

Need something to sign up for on Tuesdays? Brock Talks
may be for you.

Brock Talks on Tuesdays

Emma Simmons, Staff Writer November 22, 2019

In room 434, Mr. Brock has a Wellness session during Raider Time every Tuesday, which he calls “Brock Talks.” Mr. Brock goes over subjects that are of interest to him and the students, engaging everyone...

Up to 15 million Americans have food allergies, including 5.9 million children under 18.

Allergies are on the Rise: Here’s Why

Quillen McKinney , Staff Writer December 17, 2018

One in every 13 children are affected by allergies and those numbers are on the rise and increased by 50 percent between 1997 and 2011. The majority of allergic reactions are caused by eight foods: milk,...

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