Summer Reading List 2017-2018
Students: All students must read their grade-level text prior to the beginning of the new academic school year. Students will be assessed within the first two weeks on their reading, and scores will be included as part of the first term grades.
BE PREPARED TO BE TESTED ON SUMMER READING BOOKS!
9th Grade—A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer
10th Grade—Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
11th Grade—The Help by Kathryn Stockett
12th Grade—The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
by Mark Haddon
Galileo has six different Academies & Pathways:
- Computer Science
- Media Arts
Galileo Teachers & Staff,
For additional information about yesterday’s Synergy Gradebook meeting, please go to www.sfusd.edu/gradebook
For how-to videos on Youtube, search for SFUSD Department of Technology.
To access yesterday’s slide deck, go to bit.ly/synergy4g4aHS (bit.ly links do not work when you click on them- please type it into your browser’s URL, case-sensitive)
To log in to the Synergy Gradebook TEST site (you will see your students pictures but all of their names, addresses, and information will be jumbled), please go to bit.ly/G4Atest. Remember that this is only to practice using the site. The real site will go live by May 2017 and this test site will be gone before September 2017.
If you need assistance transferring content from School Loop to Synergy during the school year, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to do so in the summertime, email email@example.com. School Loop access will also be gone before September 2017.
PTSA has their last meeting on Wed, April 19, from 5:30-7:30 PM to hold PTSA Elections. If any parents/students/teachers are interested in getting more involved with PTSA, please contact Mr. Bai Zhen so that they can run for a leadership position.
Shortly after the PTSA Meeting, PTSA will host a Wellness Presentation from My Digital Tat2 on parenting the “Always On Generation.” This will be a great recap for our Digital Citizenship Week here at Galileo. Parents/Students will learn ways to engage with their children on how to create a media balance.
Click here to view the PTSA Presentation Flyer.