In the spirit of love on this Valentine’s Day, galileopress wanted to showcase Galileo teacher, Mr. Welch, and his relationship with Ms. Sarah Kochalko, a middle school teacher at Herbert Hoover. The two teachers, who met about 5 years ago while trying to receive their teaching credentials and now both currently teach AVID classes,
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While there are many sports to participate in at Galileo, there are also sports that are not officially recognized as a school sport and instead only recognized as a club. With over 60 members at Galileo and thousands participating all over the city there is more than enough interest to make dragon boat a sport,
If people tell you that being a TA, teacher’s aide, is bad because colleges dislike it, ignore them because they probably don’t know what they’re missing out on. If you already have enough credits to graduate when you only take five classes your senior year, why bother trying to take six classes and risk failing
While Galileo may be famous for its science and technology, its art classes are often overlooked. The 3rd period AP Art class is a hidden gem full of beautiful pieces of art.
Everybody’s opinions change , so we decided to ask some students and teachers what they thought Galileo was like when they first attended and how it’s been different while they’ve been here.
Meet our Journalism staff for the 2017-18 school year! These people are responsible for every post on Galileo Press for this year. Each staff member was asked two questions: 1)If you could report on any event in history, which event would you cover? 2) Who was your most influential teacher at Galileo?
Looking for better opportunities as a teacher, Ms. Su decided to move on from her teaching position in San Mateo to teach Chinese at Galileo. Ms. Su has a passion for teaching teenagers life lessons because she believes they are mature enough to learn from their mistakes. Ms. Su also believes in keeping her students