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Sunday, February 18, 2018

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Valentines Day Date Ideas On A Budget

  With Valentine’s day around the corner, we know it may be frustrating to decide where to go and what to do that’s fun yet affordable with your significant other. Here are some ideas of places to go that’s perfect for you and your valentines boo.

World Class Cheer Competition 2018

On Saturday January 20th, the Galileo cheer team performed at the World Class Cheer Competition held at San Jose State University. The cheer team placed second in the “varsity stunt with no tumbling” category. Cheer captain Carol Lei says, “Its was a great experience competing against other schools in the Bay Area.”

Galileo Students Find Working at Icicles a Blast

Most of the time, Galileo students can’t be very picky when it comes to the type of work they get. Most will work whatever jobs are available because most high schoolers usually can’t be choosy, since they’re usually just looking for a little extra money. However, Galileo students working at the popular ice cream shop,

Cheer Team Places 2nd In Competition

After a season of constant consistent practices and commitment, the hard work of the Galileo Cheer team paid off as they place 2nd in the cheer division at the annual AAA Cheer competition at Burton High School on December 9th. In addition to placing 2nd in the cheer division, they also placed 4th in stunts

Teachers Receive New Contract

In early November the teachers union and the SFUSD reached a tentative agreement on a new contract, after negotiating since January. The contract will pay teachers a gradual increase of 16% over the next 3 years.   The contract states that in 2017-2018, teachers will receive a 3% raise along with a 2% bonus. The

Popular Classroom Lunch Hangouts

When the bell rings for lunch at Galileo, many students hang out in the courtyard, the cafeteria or go find lunch off campus. However for other students, classrooms are their place of choice to stay during lunch because it affords them a place to work or a comfortable place to hang out. One of the

Administration’s Plan to End Hall Walking

Students who roam and congregate in the halls during class, otherwise known as hall walkers, are an issue the administrative team at Galileo is working to fix. The administration hopes to clear the halls of these types of students and have them spend this time in class instead of wasting time. To try and eliminate

A Passion for People

Motivated by his high school German teacher to make the world a better place, new Galileo English teacher, Mr. Snyder, has a passion for helping people. He explains that his interest in joining the Galileo community, comes from the school population population, wanting to live in San Francisco, and liking the staff. Before coming to