Summer Reading 2017-2018

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

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Tutoring- Room 406

ROOM 406 – Mr. Matsumoto’s Students Before school, after school, and during lunch MON-FRI          P. MATSUMOTO           PHYSICS/CHEMISTRY K. LAU                              ELD/ENGLISH VOLUNTEERS AND PEER TUTORS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE TO HELP

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Galileo Senior is a Finalist in 2016-17 Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology!

Congratulations to Galileo senior, Selena Y. Li, who was selected as a finalist in the 2016-17 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology! This competition is regarded as one of the leading science and mathematics research-based competitions for high school students. Selena is the only finalist representing SFUSD! Congratulations and well done, Selena! Go Lions!

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Ms. Caparas’s Biology Syllabus

Ms. Caparas’s Biology Syllabus Welcome to Biology! This course is designed to expand on your previous knowledge and experience in science along with your ability to form questions and solve problems. Through activities, labs, projects, and discussions we will explore various topics in biology including cell biology, evolution, genetics, and ecology. This course promises to be not only challenging but

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Ms Caparas’s Chemistry Syllabus

Ms Caparas’s Chemistry Syllabus Welcome to Chemistry! This a a two-semester course that emphasizes the major concepts of chemical science (aligned with the California Curriculum Standards), as well as the scientific method, problem solving, group work and laboratory safety. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE 1. The periodic table displays the elements in increasing atomic number and shows how

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