Our Galileoweb.org 2017 Website Launch!

Welcome Galileo Lions!

We have finally launched our new website on galileoweb.org! Feel free to browse the new site and its layout.

Most files, documents, and posts are in the same location. If you are having trouble locating something on the website, feel free to send an email to galileoweb@sfusd.edu and we will try to locate it and let you know.

We have a couple of new features as well:

-Each department has its own sub-site, along with a description about the department, information from the department, and resources available as well.

-Calendars are located on the specific page of that calendar (ie: College & Career Calendar is on the main College & Career page). Calendars are also located on the “All Galileo Calendars” page.

-The ASB sub-site has the option to purchase Galileo merchandise! Stock up on Galileo items!

Wellness On Call Coverage- Spring 2017

Please be sure to get a hold of the on-call person before sending a student down with a pass. Please do not leave a voicemail or written note/referral re: crisis.

  • Mon: Sarah Kwan x3163, Rm 151
  • Tues: Danae Carvacho x3163, Rm 151
  • Wed: Sydney Fisher x3162, Rm 151
  • Thurs: Helen Chan (9-12) & Sarah Kwan (12-4) x3163, Rm 151
  • Fri: Aaron Hagaman x3163, Rm 159

Please note: If you are unable to reach the on-call person of the day, contact an academic counselor and/or administrator with any immediate needs!

More on Value-Added Analysis

From Dr. Matsumoto:

other related articles:


“. . . LAUSD school chief Ramon Cortines . . . announced that the district would adopt a “value added” system to track students’ test scores and therefore evaluate a teacher’s effectiveness over time. . . . and possibly even determine their job security in the district.”


“I put the same questions to Carlos Garcia, San Francisco’s schools chief, . . . suggests that test scores should only be “a percentage” of a teacher’s evaluation.”


“Dismissals for performance . . . Friday’s firings mark the beginning of Rhee’s bid to make student achievement a high-stakes proposition for teachers, establishing job loss as a possible consequence of poor classroom results.”


“Simulation results suggest that value-added estimates . . . error rates for overall false positive and negative errors are 10 and 20 percent, respectively.”

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