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

Sayna Kaushik

Sayna Kaushik, News Editor, Video Editor, Co-Podcast Host

Sayna Kaushik is thrilled to be part of The Bird Feed as a sophomore. As of this year, she is a News editor, Video editor, and co-host of The Nest podcast. She was a former HOSA president at South Forsyth Middle School and has a deep interest in the healthcare field. In the future, she hopes to become a pediatric surgeon. Additionally, Sayna blogs and enjoys writing and public speaking. You can check out her blog here. She loves to play the piano and enjoys the outdoors. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and watching Criminal Minds on Netflix. You can contact Sayna via Twitter or email 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.

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

October 20, 2021

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...

Masked up. While many students are finally adjusting to their daily school schedules, there are a large number of students still being exposed to COVID-19. In order to combat this exposure and make the county safer, Georgia has partnered with the Mako Medical organization to make a better outcome for students and teachers.

Forsyth County Now Offering Free Covid Testing in Partnership with Mako Medical

September 27, 2021

Recently, Mako Medical opened a free COVID-19 testing center here in Cumming, Georgia. Mako Medical has partnered with District 2 Public Health to bring this initiative to Central Park, an accessible...

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The start to a new year. Crowds of eager students await the start to a grade level scavenger hunt. Class leaders for each grade quickly ran throughout the stands to find each item for the scavenger hunt to earn the winning title.

[Photo] South Spirit at the Stadium

August 15, 2021

The start to a new year. Crowds of eager students await the start to a grade level scavenger hunt. Class leaders for each grade quickly ran throughout the stands to find each item for the scavenger hunt...

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Cheering into the school year.  Students and teachers fill the stands with applause as they watch the cheerleaders perform their outstanding routine. The cheerleaders encouraged the students to join in on their cheers as they continued to fill the day with spirit.

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August 15, 2021

Cheering into the school year. Students and teachers fill the stands with applause as they watch the cheerleaders perform their outstanding routine. The cheerleaders encouraged the students to join in...

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Starting the fall season. Senior athletes ran with excitement through the South Forsyth banner as the crowds cheer them on. Ranging from flag football to volleyball, athletes were excited to start off their senior year with power and support from their fellow peers.

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August 15, 2021

Starting the fall season. Senior athletes ran with excitement through the South Forsyth banner as the crowds cheer them on. Ranging from flag football to volleyball, athletes were excited to start off...

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Dancing to the spirit. South Forsyths dance team welcome the students to the pep rally with an energetic dance routine that was sure to get the students excited.  The student body cheered on the dance team as they continued to show off their moves.

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August 15, 2021

Dancing to the spirit. South Forsyth's dance team welcome the students to the pep rally with an energetic dance routine that was sure to get the students excited. The student body cheered on the dance...

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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

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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An unforeseen situation. Recently, there was a crime scene at a common hangout spot in Forsyth County. Many students who were at the site of the stabbing were shocked and scared by the horrific events.

Road rage incident at local shopping outlet

March 23, 2021

A road rage altercation between two drivers at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 19th at the Collection at Forsyth led to the brutal stabbing of a man. Public crowds surrounded the yellow tape around...

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Political cartoon of Biden playing against Trump in football. America is split into two teams, team Biden and team Trump. The days following the election were tense, with both teams fighting for a victory and the respect of the crowd of American citizens.

A rundown of the election that split America

December 17, 2020

On November 3, voters throughout Forsyth County participated in the 2020 election to choose their next president. Little did the county and nation know that this election would be like no other before,...

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Band pride. Souths band takes pictures together outside with masks to follow guidelines. Even though COVID has affected them, our band stayed strong and connected through these times. My favorite part of band is that it truly brings together a family more so than anything else I have ever done, comments Sophomore Spandan Mondal.

SOFO marching band “bands” together to raise money following COVID

November 13, 2020

The South Forsyth High School Band program is working hard on raising money following the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic resulted in large budget cuts and sponsorship losses for programs around the nation. Regardless,...

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Flu season. A wide eyed teacher nervous to get a flu shot. A CVS pharmacist there to give the shot. Forsyth county supporting flu shots and to keep there community safe.

The connection between Covid 19 and the flu

October 27, 2020

As the 2020 school year is up and running, many students are attending school amongst the COVID-19 global pandemic. Now, as the flu season rolls in, many ponder over what is best for their family as the...

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Obama at work. In an outdoor function, Obama gives a speech to the millions around him. A throwback to his former presidency.

Barack Obama reaching out to voters during the pandemic

October 10, 2020

As the election comes closer, former President Barack Obama has offered his help to the citizens of America. by inviting them to text him.  This initiative has the purpose of giving voice to American...

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A room full of adoring fans. As Michelle Obama walks on to the stage with a huge smile on her face, she waves to the audience as she walks up to the podium. Former first lady has experience in public speaking and continues to display those skills. Like during this virtual democratic national convention.

Virtual Democratic National Convention starts with Michelle Obama’s inspiring speech

September 14, 2020

Michelle Obama gave a compelling speech on the first day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC); on August 17, 2020, from a virtual platform at her home. At the beginning of her speech, Obama emphasized...

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