Each UNUSED AP exam will result in a $15 fee – this means if a student fails to show up to take an exam or decides not to take an exam they originally paid and registered for, they will owe $15. Each exam is ordered individually when students registered and paid for AP exams back in January. The $15 unused exam fee is a CollegeBoard fee – not Galileo fee. The school will be charged $15 for every exam that is unused, therefore, students will have to pay for this fee if they fail to take the exam they originally registered and paid for. If you have any questions, please see Dr. Chen in 211c or email at email@example.com.
5/5 FRISCO Day for Seniors.
Seniors attending a community college, military, work, or undecided after graduation will go on an ALL DAY field trip to CCSF. If you didn’t pick up a field trip form for this, please come by the College & Career Center (RM 258F) to pick up a copy. The signed permission slip must be returned to Ms. S. Chan ASAP.
Seniors attending a 4-year after graduation will remain on campus. You will attend your 1,2,3,5,6th period classes (but not 4th). There will be a 4th period assembly for you. You still have to go to your 4th period class and be escorted to the auditorium by your teacher. Then during lunchtime there will be a Transition to College Fair in the courtyard. There will be a fun raffle for prizes for you!
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.
Galileo World Party (PTSA sponsored) on Thursday, March 23, from 5:30 PM-8 PM (in the auditorium), come celebrate Galileo’s diverse culture with free food and performances.
2/15 Transition to College Presentation for Seniors & Parents @ 5:30pm @ Cafeteria:
How can you be better prepared for the transition to college? What should you be aware of during college years? How do you make sure you graduate from college?
Come to this presentation and learn about these topics! A light dinner will be provided.
SFUSD is launching a Digital Citizenship program this year!
We will be implementing Digital Citizenship lessons and activities from Common Sense Media.
Galileo has a survey from Common Sense Media to help connect families to Galileo’s Digital Citizenship Implementation Plan.
Please take this survey on how you use technology in your daily life so that we can better serve you and create a Digital Citizenship Program that is specified to Galileo community’s needs!
Our Science department is offering wonderful courses for the next school year. Feel free to browse these courses as you select your course schedule for next year.