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Galileo’s Class of 2016 graduated on Tuesday, May 24th. Do you have graduation photos to share? Please send them our way at email@example.com.
By Connor Chavela, Staff Writer After coming off of an unsuccessful 1-9 2015 season, the Galileo Varsity Football Team looks to come back with a more experienced and seasoned group of players. With a senior-heavy team, experience is a luxury that was not there last season. Senior players to look out for include; running back and all-city
By Alison Yip, 2016 Editor in Chief As of 3PM on Monday, May 16, [journalism advisor] Mr. Lee was notified that his journalism class will be discontinued for the next school year. Citing a low enrollment in journalism as well as a need for Mr. Lee to teach English classes next year, the administration feels
Leo the Lion encounters classroom drama…sort of.
Galileo’s Varsity Volleyball team lost their first regular season game against Washington High School on October 2, 2015 (23-25, 12-25, 21-25). Senior LIB, Courtney Pon looks on as junior OH, Mikayla Dodge #20, swings away. (Photo courtesy of Franklin Zheng)
By Chyna B. The first Saturday class for Galileo’s Health Academy was on September 12 with instructor Frank McMahan (photo 2). It took place in room 105 from 8:00 to 3:00. The focus of the class was oxygen and airways. Students learned how to turn on and off an O2 regulator and how to work