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Sunday, February 18, 2018

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Senior Prom Memories

The Galileo Senior Prom, “Fly Into the Night” took place on Saturday, April 15th, at Park Central Hotel. The night included dinner, dessert, a photo booth and a night of memories for the Class of 2017

APES evironmental science presentation

On April 19, 2017, Miss Franzen’s AP environmental science class, presented projects about environmental problems and potential solutions in the library during 5th period. Teachers were invited to bring their classes to hear the presenters talk about the problems and solutions they came up for their project.    

Teachers get Pied on Pi Day

The Galileo math department, along with the ASB, hosted the annual Pie your Teacher Rally in the courtyard on Tuesday, March 14, to fundraise for a small math department party.  Seven teachers volunteered to be pied by students for a $1.50 a throw.  Teachers  and students enjoyed the event.  

Spring Food Fest

Galileo Spirit Week Food Fest on March 10th in the courtyard at lunch. Clubs sold a variety of foods to help raise money for various activities and events. 

Love Fest

Galileo celebrated Valentines Day with the annual “Love Fest” in the courtyard during lunch.  “Love Fest” helped bring awareness to students about what is love and how to have safe sex. “Love Fest” was coordinated by English teacher Ms.Peters, and the Wellness Center.

Pathway fair

  On Tuesday January 24, 2017, the Galileo Academies & Pathways held a pathway fair, organized by pathway coordinator, Mr. Andy Huang, for freshmen and sophomore, in the Van Ness gym. The goal of the fair was to show students what they would be learning from each of the pathways if they choose to join

Teachers Bike to School

By George Jirayut Mahaprom, staff writer For teachers, getting to Galileo each morning can be a challenge. Teachers get stuck in traffic, it can cost a lot of money to pay for gas or Muni/Uber and it can be difficult to find parking.  In order to overcome these obstacles, teachers are starting to bike to

PTSA sponsors College Night for Parents & Students

By Jirayut (George) Mahaprom and David Zhu, Staff writer Over one hundred parents and students combined, came to the first PTSA (Parent-teacher-student association) sponsored College Night on Wednesday September 14th, where parents and students received information about how can students applying to college, and how colleges in California work. The presentation was given in three languages