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Sunday, February 18, 2018

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Girls Basketball February Update

February has not started out well for the the Galileo Girls Varsity Basketball team, as they dropped games against the Mission Bears (86-32) and the Leadership Griffins (77-35). Although the last few games have been tough for the Lady Lions, they are looking to get back on track and finish the rest of the season

Players shaking the hand of an important man

Lions recognized at City Hall

The Galileo Football team were honored at City Hall on Monday January 29th hosted by President of the SF Board Of Supervisors London Breed. The team was recognized for being the first SF school (public or private) football team to win a state championship and for their amazing efforts, each player and coach were awarded

Lady Lions Get First Win

The Galileo Girls Varsity Basketball team had a rough start to the 2018 season, losing their first three games to Mission (87-39), Leadership (94-32) and Wallenberg (65-37). On Wednesday night, January 24th, the Lions faced off against the Academy Wolves(0-4) with both teams hungry for their first win. The Lions pulled off a close win

Movies to watch over winter break

  Although winter break is great and all, if you ever have a day where you don’t know what to do, these are some movies that are worth checking out. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Release date: December 15th Starring: Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac About the movie: Continuing from the

North Bay wildfires effect on Galileo

The wildfires, affecting much of the North Bay, that started Sunday, October 8th, impacted students and staff at Galileo over the last week of school. Heavy winds pushed smoke from the fire to San Francisco, which caused the air quality to drop drastically, forcing the school district to limit the amount of activities students could

The come back

After being a student teacher at Galileo nine years ago, piano teacher, Ms. Aiko Sakura, is comingback to where her teaching career began. Ms. Sakura had been at Herbert Hoover Middle School teaching because there weren’t any available teaching spots open at Galileo. After she was done teaching at Hoover, she heard there was an opportunity