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Sunday, February 18, 2018

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Summer Movies Worth Watching

Baywatch Overview – An action-comedy where a lifeguard Mitch Buchannon (Dwayne Johnson) and a new recruit, Matt Brody (Zac Efron) try to uncover a criminal plot that threatens the future of the bay. After a dead body is recovered from the ocean, Mitch and Matt have to put aside their differences and work together to

Galileo Spotlights Digital Citizenship

Galileo held its 1st Digital citizenship week during the week of April 10th to teach students about the possible outcomes of being online. The week was composed of different events: Tuesday was a launch on galileoweb.org, Wednesday and Thursday had activities during homeroom, and Friday was a lunchtime event in the courtyard.

World Party Showcases Galileo’s Diversity

The Galileo Multicultural World Party is here once again for its third consecutive year to celebrate the diversity in the community. This event recognizes the different cultures students have in Galileo. The event will take place on Thursday, March 23, 2017, held in the school auditorium from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm at night.

Big Updates to Food Program in Galileo

Huge changes have been made and will continue to be made with the food program and cafeteria at Galileo. Thanks to Jennie Lee, the Manager of Operations and Dining at SFUSD, a new food program has come to Galileo which includes; adding a vending machine and mobile cart, constantly changing the menu, & redoing the cafeteria.

Lion’s Values on Point

Be Safe. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Galileo students heard these 3 phrases often as they came back from Winter Break to start the second semester. Many students wondered what these values were all about. It turns out that these are the three Galileo’s Lion’s Values, created by a team at Galileo to help students get

Galileo Semi-Finalist Siemens Competition

With 1600 projects submitted to the Siemens Competition, a science, math and technology competition for high school students in the US, only 300 projects were selected to be semifinalists. Galileo senior, Selena Li, was one of the few chosen as a semifinalists for this prestigious contest. Selena found out about this competition through a friend,

One School Dance A Year?

By Stephanie Ho and Joseline Saucedo, Staff Writers 15 years ago, Galileo High School hosted dances nearly every month, but attendance for these dances started dropping, and in turn, the school hosted less & fewer dances. Now, attendance at dances has been so bad that there is a possibility of having only 1 school dance

Galileo Students Working At Starbucks

By Stephanie Ho, Staff Writer Galileo students are always looking for a part-time job during the school year to earn money and gain experience. One of the most popular places for Galileo students to work at is Starbucks. The majority of Galileo students who work at Starbucks applied for the position because one of their friends

Galileo’s Married Teacher Couples

By Stephanie Ho, Staff Writer  Most teachers prefer to keep their school and home life separate, but for some teachers at Galileo, the two are unavoidable when these teachers are married and work at the same school. Although being married and teaching at the same school may be awkward for some, those that are married find that

New Staff 2016-2017 (Lion Edition)

By: Stephanie Ho, Staff  Writers Mr. John Bee (Chinese Teacher) Drove to Costa Rica in college, took about a month Lived in China for ten years Has been told he has an abnormally round head         Mr. Omar Amador (Counselor) Loves cats with a passion, he “calls himself a cat parent” and collects cat