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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

Saanvi Tatipalli

Saanvi Tatipalli, Staff Writer

Saanvi Tatipalli is a freshman at South Forsyth High School, thrilled to start her first year working with The Bird Feed as a staff writer. She is an avid writer, dancer, and artist and when she’s not honing in on her passions, she’s finding new ones to try out. She enjoys writing poetry and fiction and is always excited to express her emotions through her artwork. She also loves to learn more about the world around her and is excited to get to know new people. You can reach out to her at [email protected].

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

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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Monster creeping in my dreams

Monster creeping in my dreams

October 6, 2021

Monster creeping in my dreams Makes no sound yet drags me in Silent night and silent day It is screaming all the way    Monster creeping in my dreams Heeds no touch yet freezes...

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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

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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Cobwebs

Cobwebs

September 3, 2021

Perhaps Humans are like spiders Living? Why, Yes Breathing? Why, Yes   Spinning and spinning  silky nets They trap? Why, yes They stick? Why, yes   Humans...

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