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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 Focus

Teaching with diligence. Ms. Urbanovitch is communicating with her students, teaching them about marketing. She captivated the students through her lesson, helping them grow as young marketers. She says ...building relationships is really important to me in my classroom. We do a lot of like communication activities and team building.

Marketing Marvel: Ms. Urbanovitch wins Teacher of the Year Award

Saanvi Tatipalli and Tisha Kaur October 20, 2021

Mrs. Katie Urbanovitch, the fashion marketing and promotions marketing teacher, is forging the path for South Forsyth High School students to grow into creative, responsible, and productive leaders. She...

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Rough and rowdy. In the play, the Old Man walks into town to find a group of restless sailors. The Old Man deceived this ragtag group in order to find his wife.

A story of memory: SFHS’s PA performs “The Old Man and the Old Moon”

Maggie Craig and Carlos Nuñez October 14, 2021

On October 7th-10th, the South Forsyth High School Performing Arts Program presented two amazing shows during their Night of One Acts. SFHS’s Musical Theatre Combo class started the evening with their...

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Colorful Homemade Beanies. These are the beanies from one of the first shipments made by the GA Madhatter Knits Chapter. They later shipped the beanies to the NICUs, where the nurses filled the babies with love and kept them warm with these beanies.  
Used with permission from GA Madhatter Knits

Kniting yarn of love and warmth to NICUs: Madhatter Knits

Saanvi Tatipalli, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

Fluffy balls of yarn unravel into tiny, fist-sized beanies. To create these mini-masterpieces, volunteers wrap the yarn a few times around the loom, hook it up, and repeat the process.  At South Forsyth...

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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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Welcoming the War Eagle nation. South Forsyth introduces the spirit at SFHS through a school-wide pep rally. Students were excited to meet the rest of their peers and participate in a variety of activities.

South Spirit at the Stadium

The Bird Feed Staff August 15, 2021

Humid air cascaded upon the bleachers of the South Forsyth High School (SFHS) stadium, surrounding the staff and the student body with warmth. The freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors all stared out...

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A staple at South. Mr. Arant, 2020-2021 SFHS teacher of the year, marveled on his success. His students adore him and he gave credit for his success to his partner Mrs. Tyra. Mr. Arant stated, “Without her, I won’t be where I am now.”

South Forsyth High School Awards Mr. Jon Arant as Teacher of the Year

Sayna Kaushik, News Editor, Video Editor, Co-Podcast Host April 23, 2021

Mr. Jonathon Arant is the 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year. Throughout his twelve years of teaching, he has left a print on everyone as he continues to inspire his students and coworkers around South. Congratulations...

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Something Rotten!. The SFHS performing arts program puts on their first spring show in two years. They managed to pull off a wonderful performance despite the obstacles of COVID-19.

SFHS smells “Something Rotten!” in the Performing Arts Center

Maggie Craig and Saahithya Gutta March 19, 2021

Over the past two weekends at South Forsyth High School, the SFHS Performing Arts program put on a production of the 2015 Broadway musical “Something Rotten!”. The light-hearted comedy brought smiles...

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A winners smile. Pictured are Juniors Rahav Kothuri and Abhinav Pasupuleti, posing victoriously for a photo at the 2019 State Leadership Conference. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the State Leadership Conference of 2020 was cancelled, students were invited to watch a live awards ceremony virtually, similar to the 2021 SLC broadcast. We are excited to see what Georgia FBLA has in store for virtual SLC, said Rahav. My group has worked really hard so the award ceremony is a rewarding ceremony.

FBLA State Competitors overcome social-distancing barriers in SLC submissions

Shreya Mishra, Senior Editor, Online Lead March 11, 2021

On Friday, January 18th, Georgia FBLA announced Regional Competition winners leaders via a Youtube Live Ceremony. In the days following, South Forsyth High School FBLA members, in collaboration with advisers,...

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A moment of inspiration. In the above photo, students watch the keynote speaker of FUEL, Bryant Collier.  Officers advised students to sit several feet apart in class, keeping a socially distanced environment. Bryant Collier was a former FBLA member, who won several awards and gained recognition for his public speaking skills. Throughout his speech, that was casted on screens all over high schools in Georgia, he encouraged students to find their passion through organizations like FBLA, and build a career off of doing what they love.

FBLA’s FUEL provides members with a socially-distanced leadership experience

Shreya Mishra, Senior Editor, Online Lead December 14, 2020

Every year Georgia Future Business Leaders of America(FBLA) holds a Fall Leadership Conference (FLC) in Athens, Georgia. However, to keep members safe from COVID-19, Georgia FBLA transformed FLC into...

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Practice makes perfect. South Forsyth performing arts students have worked diligently everyday after school to prepare for their upcoming show, Oklahoma. Each day small groups sing, dance, and run lines, critiquing and perfecting everything before the big day. Daegan Bennet explains how he practices outside of school, I practice whenever I can. I perform in front of my family and friends so they can critique me.

Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin’: South Forsyth’s Performing Arts puts on a production of Oklahoma!

Kate Geiger and Kayleigh Emberton December 14, 2020

On December 17th-20th, 2020, South Forsyth performing arts students are displaying their interpretation of the famous play, Oklahoma! Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein wrote the musical and it takes...

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Building socially-distanced relationships.  This image was captured at the FBLA Fuel 2020, the virtual Fall Leadership Conference.  Teachers allowed few students into classrooms to participate workshops and practice testing rooms. In the pictured room, students participated in an ice-breaker activity that involved writing FBLA goals on beach balls, and passing them across the room. Additionally, students participated in workshops regarding business communication and officer-ship in FBLA.

Catching up with FBLA members amidst pandemic

Shreya Mishra, Senior Editor, Online Lead December 4, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines caused clubs and organizations at South Forsyth High School to find innovative ways to foster creativity and continue club activities. South's FBLA...

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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

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief 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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