Author: Brandon Chhith

Bai Zhen’s Goodbye Party

Students and staff gathered to say goodbye to counselor Bai Zhen on Wednesday, May 30 in the cafeteria. Hosted by the PTSA and the student body, attendees celebrated the time and effort Bai has...

Meet the Class of 2021 Officers

The Galileo Sophomore Class Officers for the 2018-2019 school year have been elected. We asked them 1) Why did you run? 2) What do you hope to accomplish? And 3) What is a fun...

Lionness Football Roaring Towards Title

The Galileo Flag football team will look to capture their 2nd championship in 3 years on Saturday, April 21st in the city championship against Lincoln after defeating Mission (6-0) in the playoffs on Wednesday,...

Challenge Series: Dressing Up Professionally

Over the last few years I’ve had the opportunity to visit professional working environments, like th e state legislators, which has really influenced me on thinking about wearing professionalism attire because I think it...

Baseball Recap week 1

Week 1 was tough for the Galileo Baseball team, putting up the worst standings in the league. The Galileo Lions went 0-3 to start off the season. The Lions lost to the Washington Eagles...

Boys Basketball Recap Week 4

The Galileo Lions began the second round of league play against 2 tough opponents, and could not improve their record. The Lions are currently at 3-7, in 6th place as they dropped games against...

Soccer Team struggles for Success

The Galileo Soccer team had hopes coming into the season, but the team will have to figure out a way to turn things around quickly as they are currently in 7th place with a...

Futurama in Jeopardy

Galileo’s Futurama after-school program is in danger of being cut due to the U.S department of Education deciding to cut funding for high schools around the nation. Futurama has applied for grants in order...

Galileo Prepares for Lau Audit

As part of a Lau Audit, the Department of Justice will be coming to Galileo in December to make sure all teachers are helping English Learners access the curriculum and build their language skills....

Galileo Baseball Looks To Fundraise

For many years at Galileo, former varsity baseball coach, Don Papa, was the major source of funding for the team and purchased all the equipment needed and made sure they  had uniforms and hats....

Mr. Miller- Finding New Opportunities

Tired of working in the UK (United Kingdom), new math teacher, Mr. Miller, moved to the US in order to explore better opportunities. Mr. Miller’s previous jobs included working as an system engineer, service...

Mr. Chang – The Marvelous Menagerie

Housing over 30 pets of various species, new math teacher, Mr Chang, grew his unique collection through a love of animals and over time. He started with traditional pets like dogs and goldfish, but...