Have your voice heard! Youth Voice Survey

Students!

Want to have your voice heard at Galileo and in San Francisco?

Your responses on the Youth Voice Survey will help Peer Resources design programs to advocate for positive change at our school. They will guide Galileo towards building a positive school culture where all students are valued members of the Galileo community– that all students belong.

Your responses also influence how the city of San Francisco & SFUSD prioritize funding decisions and creates youth programs.

Click on the link below, fill out the survey, and submit the form now!

Youth Voice Survey

Youth Voice Survey- Spanish Version

Summer Reading 2016

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All students must read their grade-level text prior to August 15th 2016. Students will be assessed within the first two weeks and scores will be included in grades.

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

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Take the “Not on Our Ground” Pledge

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Be part of the Golden State Warriors’ “Not on Our Ground” Campaign by signing their pledge against bullying! In the month of February, students will come around with pledge forms for you to sign.

NOT ON OUR GROUND PLEDGE

“I pledge to stand up to all forms of hate, bigotry and bullying. I will not stay silent in the face of intolerance based on race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, ability or any other factor. I will work together with my neighbors to create safer, more inclusive communities for all.”

WHY TAKE THE PLEDGE?

If you stand up to hate and bullying, you can change someone’s life — maybe even your own. The Pledge is a reminder to SPEAK UP:

  • When you see someone being bullied or harassed
  • When you hear a bigoted comment or “joke”
  • When you see cruel messages on social media

Keep the Pledge to stop bullying and hate in your head and in your heart. Share it with others. It starts with each of us taking a step. If we all stand up together, we can change our school, our workplace, our community, our country. We can change our world.

 

 

Summer Reading for English

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SUMMER READING LIST 2015-2016: 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.
For complete information go to: English Department Page

Human Rights Exhibit

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Each Spring Galileo Social Studies Students Put on a Human Rights Exhibit in the Galileo Library. Visitors to the Exhibit learn about incidents of genocide and human rights abuses around the world, with Social Studies students serving as docents.

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