Author: Michelle Lee

Meet The Class of 2022 Officers

By: Cody Tieu The new ASB officers of 2018-2019 have been elected. We asked them some questions to learn more about them: Why did you run? What do you hope to accomplish? What is...

Movies To Watch Over Winter Break

Since winter break is two weeks long, if there’s a day where you’d like to get out the house and make last minute plans, here’s some movie suggestions worth seeing with friends and family....

Ms. Morrison’s Year Off

After teaching English at Galileo for 14 years, last year Ms. Morrison took a leave of absence in 2017 in order to work on her writing. After having several poems published previously, she decided...

CADA conference Inspires ASB

  By: Cody Tieu   After spending a day at the California Association of Directors of Activities (CADA) conference on November 19th at James Logan High School in Union City, the Galileo ASB was...

An Unexpected Art Collector

By William Hubbert and Gabriel Recinos Tirado While art collection can be an expensive hobby, Galileo substitute, Mr. Nikas, has found it incredibly rewarding. Mr. Nikas has an art collection of around 2,200 different...

Ms. Eckstein – Travling Enthusiast

As a self-proclaimed travel lover and outdoor enthusiast, new Galileo school counselor, Ms. Eckstein, has been to 49 out of 50 states, with the only state she hasn’t traveled to yet being North Dakota....

Memories from the 74th Song & Yell

On a hot sunny Friday, the class of 2019 barely squeaked out of victory against the class of 2021 on October 12th. The judges for this year’s contest were all former teachers who enjoyed coming...

Ms. Wong – Back to Galileo

By Kamieya Bynum Taking over the newcomer and parent liaison counseling position, Ms. Melody Wong is no stranger to Galileo as she graduated from the school in 2010. Ms. Wong enjoyed her high school...

Mr. Davis – Playbook to Gradebook

By Gabriel Recinos and Liam Hubbert For the last 6 years, geometry and Pre-Calculus teacher, Mr. Davis, helped coach the freshmen football team at Sacred Heart Cathedral as a way of giving back to...

Miss Kiss – Passionate Cook

Growing up cooking with her mom helped inspire a passion for cooking for Galileo assistant principal, Miss Kiss. Cooking all different types of dishes, Ms. Kiss loves trying new recipes to share with her...

Clown In The Classroom

If you’ve ever attend a birthday party featuring “Upstairs the Clown”, you may recognize the face from Galileo. American Literature teacher, Mr. Michael Roman, has been working as a clown since the age of...