While it’s common to hear about Galileo students binge watching a show or two over the weekend, another type of show is consuming the free time of Galileo students. Korean dramas are becoming more and more popular among Galileo students for a number of reasons. One main reason Korean dramas are often viewed by Galileo
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As part of their finals, Mr Barrios 2nd period physics class constructed gliders out of balsa wood and glue in order to see who’s will travel the greatest distance when launched. Students are trying to apply what they learned about force by drawing 4 Free Body Diagrams, a picture that shows the different types of
An independent 7th period P.E course is now being offered to Galileo students who haven’t fulfilled their P.E. requirements because of a career pathway, or for students who didn’t pass their physical fitness test. The class is being led by the IRF, Mr. Larsen, and technology teacher, Ms. Zawaideh. There are 8 components in the
Hydro Flask water bottles can be seen everywhere at Galileo now-a- days. The logo is a spread out H, with 5 lines on top, and a smiley face under the 5 lines. Students prefer hydro flasks over other water bottles because of its ability to keep liquid cold for 24 hours and hot drinks for
After being the athletic director at Galileo High School for the last 27 years, Mr. Winterling is finally retiring at the end of the school year. As he reflects on his almost 30 years in the position he credits his success at the job to a number of people who helped him along the way.
Before working at Galileo, Mr. James Larsen worked as an English teacher and instructional coach in the Milpitas Unified School District for 10 years. He became an IRF (Instructional Reform Facilitators) because he wanted to work with the students of the community he lives in and have more of a impact on his local community.