The Observer Newsletter is the quarterly alumni publication. One of the columns in The Observer is “Between the Lions,” which tells the alumni what is happening at Galileo, authored by Bettie! Click below for this month’s newsletter.
The letter jacket is now available on the Neff website: www.neffco.com.
Click on Varsity Jackets, select California by state, then click on Galileo.
Opt-out forms for the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and Culture-Climate Surveys have been distributed to all students in homeroom on Thursday, January 12. If you would not like your student to participate in the upcoming SEL and Culture-Climate Survey, please complete the opt-out form and return it to your student’s homeroom teacher by February 1, 2017. The survey is confidential and voluntary, and provides our district and school important information on how our schools are doing and how to best support our students.
Please be considerate and do not block or double park on Francisco Street when dropping off/picking up students. School buses need access to the front entrance of Galileo on Francisco Street to pick up students and cannot do so when cars are double parked in front of the school. Thank you for your cooperation.
Don’t forget that when we start off the new semester on January 3rd, 2017, we will be following the start of semester schedule.
Our Superintendent has some words to share with SFUSD families and students after this year’s election results.
Please click here to view the letter in English.
Please click here to view the letter in Arabic.
Please click here to view the letter in Chinese.
Please click here to view the letter in Spanish.
Please click here to view the letter in Tagalog.
Please click here to view the letter in Vietnamese.
Ms. Marshman keeps a list of job opportunities open to students.
Galileo Academy of Science & Technology hosts community meetings throughout the school year. Join the school administrators and staff to discuss Galileo’s school-wide initiatives, upcoming events, and opportunities to support your student. Please come and share your questions and concerns with us. We want to hear from you!