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.
Helping out the community, the Galileo Blood drive benefiting the Red Cross took place throughout the school day on Feb 3, 2017, in the Van Ness gym. Health Academy students helped with the blood drive.
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.
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
On Friday, January 20th, President Trump’s Inauguration day, San Francisco high school students, including Galileo students, marched to city hall to meet with other students. From there, the students walked through Market Street and ended in front of the Transamerica Building. Photo Credit: Priscilla L.
By Joshua Lizardo, Staff Writer Students from San Francisco high schools participated in a unified walkout protesting America’s recent President elect, Donald Trump. Galileo students began their walkout on Thursday November 10th at 9 AM and proceeded down Van Ness, where they would meet up with student from other high schools, including, Washington, Lowell, Burton
by Bryan Lam, Staff Writer On October 14, 2016, Galileo hosted Oktoberfest (Food Festival). Due to the weather conditions, the ASB has moved the food festival in the school.
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 Michael Liang On March 4th, general education students from the schools in SFUSD gathered at Galileo’s Big Bay Gym to participate in the basketball tournament. The number of participants increased compared to the previous olympics for soccer at Lowell. The purpose of the special olympics is a way to spread awareness about the different
By: Johnny Chenh, Raymond Cheung, Michael Liang Galileo’s PTSA funded $5000 to have a new mural painted outside of the Main Office. It is led by the President of the PTSA Jim Fong. Bill Weber, a well known muralist is the one painting the mural. The painting began during the first Sunday of winter break and
by Raymond Cheung, Donovan Hassan, Michael Liang, and Johnny Chenh On Friday, December 4th, Galileo’s students and staff performed in the annual Winter Assembly. With the Christmas atmosphere, the audience felt joyful, especially when Santa Claus, also known as Mr. Debella appeared with his sack filled with candy canes.
by Johnny Chenh, Raymond Cheung, Michael Liang, and Ashley Moh 1st Place: Ms. Alarcon, Room 102A 2nd Place: Mr. Welch, Room 310 3rd Place: Ms. Lu, Room 254 Runner-Ups:
Photos by Raymond Cheung and Michael Liang Caption by Johnny Chenh Galileo students performed at the annual Multi-Cultural Assembly on November 20th . The talented performers showcased and educated the audience about their traditions.
The teacher’s lounge has been renovated by William Sonoma on Friday October 9 and finished on Columbus day October 12, 2015. New furnitures include: a bench, table, painting, clock, sofa, seats, rug, and kitchen equipment. The walls were also repainted to purple and white.
Galileo’s JROTC team does a Battalion Leaders Inspection, after school, in the center of campus.