Weekly Bulletin – June 4 – 6. 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

JUNE 4 – 6, 2018

SPRING 2018 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

 Thursday, May 31 (9th – 12th)

2° Final Exam 8:00am 10:15am

Break 10:15am 10:40am

4° Final Exam 10:45am  1:00pm

Friday, June 1 (9th – 11th)

1° Final Exam 8:00am 10:15am

Break 10:15am 10:40am

3° Final Exam 10:45am  1:00pm

Monday, June 4 (9th – 11th)

5° Final Exam 8:00am 10:15am

Break 10:15am 10:40am

6° Final Exam 10:45am  1:00pm

Tuesday,  June 5, (Make-Up Day, 9th – 11th) & Wednesday,  June 6, (Last Day of the Spring Semester)

8:00am  8:40am

8:45am  9:25am

9:30am 10:10am

10:15am 10:55am

Lunch 10:55am 11:30am

11:35am 12:15pm

12:20pm  1:00pm         

SENIOR FINALS SCHEDULE and LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL

Tuesday, May 29: 6th Period Senior Final (seniors attend all classes), 3:10 release

Wednesday, May 30: 1st, 3rd, 5th Periods Senior Finals (attend all classes), 2:10 release

Thursday, May 31: 2nd and 4th Periods , Senior Clearance Begins

Friday, June 1: Senior Breakfast and Clearance, Cap and Gown Distribution, 8am – 1pm, Grading Opens

Monday, June 4: Graduation Rehearsal, Senior Clearance, Exit Survey, 8am – 1pm

Tuesday, June 5: Graduation Rehearsal, 8am – 1pm

Wednesday, June 6: Graduation 1pm, arrival time TBD, Grades due by 10am

 

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK: COMMENCEMENT/GRADUATION

COMMENCEMENT:   the ceremonies or the day for conferring degrees or diplomas.

GRADUATION: Graduation is getting a diploma or academic degree or the ceremony that is sometimes associated with it, in which students become graduates.  Before the graduation, candidates are referred to as graduands.

SCHOOL ACCOUNTANT’S LAST DAY FOR SPRING 2018 SEMESTER:  The last day of school will be on 6/6/18, but the accountant will come on 6/7/18 (unofficial day). Any accounting activities regarding deposit and reimbursement should be submited before 6/7/18. If the sponsors forget submit reimbursement or check requests, they have to wait until fall semester begins. The accounting department won’t assign accountant to be in school during the summer.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Senior Panorama Photo Retake:  Monday, June 4, 2018 at 9:30am weather permitting.  Stay tuned.

Finals for 9th, 10th & 11th Grades:  Thursday, May 31 – Monday, June 4, 2018

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 5/28 – 6/10/18

Remind Text: Since you’ll “graduate” with your student this year, if you no longer want to be on the Remind Text, please email Ms. S. Chan and she will take you off the list: ChanS2@sfusd.edu

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

 

The Youth Decoy Program: is a statewide initiative that exists to put a stop to underage tobacco sales by recruiting teenagers to operate as undercover agents who attempt to purchase tobacco products. The involvement of the undercover agents (Youth Decoys) greatly reduces tobacco sales to minors. Teens who participate in the Youth Decoy Program are also able to earn money, strengthen their college applications, and work resumes, as well as work to stop the injustice of underage tobacco sales. The $100 in gift cards is basically a sign up bonus. If you enroll in the program, you will get at least $25 in visa gift cards. When you work, you will receive $5 per store you visit.  For more details: www.decoyca.org

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

 

For 11th, & 12th:

CALLING ALL FUTURE FIREFIGHTERS & FIRST RESPONDERS!

1.Complete online application URL: https://goo.gl/forms/n789gGaFKmqk0c2C3

2.Complete CCSF Consent Form and sign up for an application session.

3.Attend the mandatory orientation Thursday, August 30, 2018 @ 4pm in Class RM 321

For additional information regarding: The Public Services

Pathway, please contact Rita Molloy molloyr@sfusd.edu and/or Amy Abero: aberoa@sfusd.eduising

11th and 12th graders are best suited but if there is room we can accept raising 10th graders as long as they are prepared to take a college level class.

 

 

 

For 11th:

Summer To-Do List: We know you must be excitingly waiting for summer to be there so you can relax.  You can relax and also get college application started. We will text you a nice note on what you can do to prepare for it in the summer.  If you have not signed-on to Remind Text, please do so ASAP. Text 81010 and the Message should be @galileo19. If you have any questions about this, please see Ms. S. Chan in RM 258F or see Vicki in RM 209.  Thanks.

 

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

For 12th

Sign-Out: In order for either Vicki (MR 209) or Ms. S. Chan (RM 258F) to sign you out for graduation, you will need to submit the online Senior Exit Survey by 6/1: tinyurl.com/galileosurvey2018

CCSF All-in-One Day events: 6/9 from 8:45am-5pm, 6/13 from 12:45pm-8:30pm, & 6/23 @ 8:45am-5pm: If you need to take placement exams, do orientation, or get counseling with an academic advisor, please bring your photo ID and CCSF ID number with you.  Please RSVP by emailing: testing@ccsf.edu (include, you full name, CCSF student ID, date that you want to sign-up for and test(s) you want to take

 

Payment for lost text books: In order to be cleared for gradation, you need to return all textbooks to your teachers or pay for them by5/21 if you’ve lost them.  Make payment to Ms. On in RM 258.

 

CCSF All-in-One Day events: 6/9 from 8:45am-5pm, 6/13 from 12:45pm-8:30pm, & 6/23 @ 8:45am-5pm: If you need to take placement exams, do orientation, or get counseling with an academic advisor, please bring your photo ID and CCSF ID number with you.  Please RSVP by emailing: testing@ccsf.edu (include, you full name, CCSF student ID, date that you want to sign-up for and test(s) you want to take.

 

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

Weekly Bulletin – May 29 – June 1, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

MAY 29 – June 1, 2018

SPRING 2018 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

 Thursday, May 31 (9th – 12th)

     2° Final Exam 8:00am 10:15am

     Break 10:15am 10:40am

     4° Final Exam 10:45am  1:00pm

Friday, June 1 (9th – 11th)

     1° Final Exam 8:00am 10:15am

     Break 10:15am 10:40am

     3° Final Exam 10:45am  1:00pm

Monday, June 4 (9th – 11th)

     5° Final Exam 8:00am 10:15am

     Break 10:15am 10:40am

     6° Final Exam 10:45am  1:00pm

Tuesday,  June 5, (Make-Up Day, 9th – 11th) & Wednesday,  June 6, (Last Day of the Spring Semester)

8:00am  8:40am

8:45am  9:25am

9:30am 10:10am

10:15am 10:55am

Lunch 10:55am 11:30am

11:35am 12:15pm

12:20pm  1:00pm         

SENIOR FINALS SCHEDULE and LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL

Tuesday, May 29: 6th Period Senior Final (seniors attend all classes), 3:10 release

Wednesday, May 30: 1st, 3rd, 5th Periods Senior Finals (attend all classes), 2:10 release

Thursday, May 31: 2nd and 4th Periods , Senior Clearance Begins

Friday, June 1: Senior Breakfast and Clearance, Cap and Gown Distribution, 8am – 1pm, Grading Opens

Monday, June 4: Graduation Rehearsal, Senior Clearance, Exit Survey, 8am – 1pm

Tuesday, June 5: Graduation Rehearsal, 8am – 1pm

Wednesday, June 6: Graduation 1pm, arrival time TBD, Grades due by 10am

 

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK:

 

END OF THE YEAR RETIREMENT LUNCHEON:  Honoring this year’s retirees: Victoria Caparas, Kathleen Golata, Don Papa (2017), Eugene Wing and Ethan Winterling!  

 

Friday, June 1, 2018  1:00pm Capurro’s Restaurant

Social Hour, Buffet Lunch and Lots of Fun!  Flyers and details to follow. Save the date!

SCHOOL ACCOUNTANT’S LAST DAY FOR SPRING 2018 SEMESTER:  The last day of school will be on 6/6/18, but the accountant will come on 6/7/18 (unofficial day). Any accounting activities regarding deposit and reimbursement should be submited before 6/7/18. If the sponsors forget submit reimbursement or check requests, they have to wait until fall semester begins. The accounting department won’t assign accountant to be in school during the summer.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Senior Panorama Photo Retake: In the planning stages.  Date will be announced.

Senior Final Exams:  Tuesday, May 29 – Thursday, May 31

Finals for 9th, 10th & 11th Grades:  Thursday, May 31 – Monday, June 4, 2018

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 5/28 – 6/10/18

Remind Text: Since you’ll “graduate” with your student this year, if you no longer want to be on the Remind Text, please email Ms. S. Chan and she will take you off the list: ChanS2@sfusd.edu

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

 

The Youth Decoy Program: is a statewide initiative that exists to put a stop to underage tobacco sales by recruiting teenagers to operate as undercover agents who attempt to purchase tobacco products. The involvement of the undercover agents (Youth Decoys) greatly reduces tobacco sales to minors. Teens who participate in the Youth Decoy Program are also able to earn money, strengthen their college applications, and work resumes, as well as work to stop the injustice of underage tobacco sales. The $100 in gift cards is basically a sign up bonus. If you enroll in the program, you will get at least $25 in visa gift cards. When you work, you will receive $5 per store you visit.  For more details: www.decoyca.org

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

 

For 11th, & 12th:

CALLING ALL FUTURE FIREFIGHTERS & FIRST RESPONDERS!

1.Complete online application URL: https://goo.gl/forms/n789gGaFKmqk0c2C3

2.Complete CCSF Consent Form and sign up for an application session.

3.Attend the mandatory orientation Thursday, August 30, 2018 @ 4pm in Class RM 321

For additional information regarding: The Public Services

Pathway, please contact Rita Molloy molloyr@sfusd.edu and/or Amy Abero: aberoa@sfusd.eduising

11th and 12th graders are best suited but if there is room we can accept raising 10th graders as long as they are prepared to take a college level class.

 

 

 

For 11th:

Summer To-Do List: We know you must be excitingly waiting for summer to be there so you can relax.  You can relax and also get college application started. We will text you a nice note on what you can do to prepare for it in the summer.  If you have not signed-on to Remind Text, please do so ASAP. Text 81010 and the Message should be @galileo19. If you have any questions about this, please see Ms. S. Chan in RM 258F or see Vicki in RM 209.  Thanks.

 

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

For 12th

Sign-Out: In order for either Vicki (MR 209) or Ms. S. Chan (RM 258F) to sign you out for graduation, you will need to submit the online Senior Exit Survey by 6/1: tinyurl.com/galileosurvey2018

CCSF All-in-One Day events: 6/9 from 8:45am-5pm, 6/13 from 12:45pm-8:30pm, & 6/23 @ 8:45am-5pm: If you need to take placement exams, do orientation, or get counseling with an academic advisor, please bring your photo ID and CCSF ID number with you.  Please RSVP by emailing: testing@ccsf.edu (include, you full name, CCSF student ID, date that you want to sign-up for and test(s) you want to take

 

Payment for lost text books: In order to be cleared for gradation, you need to return all textbooks to your teachers or pay for them by5/21 if you’ve lost them.  Make payment to Ms. On in RM 258.

 

CCSF All-in-One Day events: 6/9 from 8:45am-5pm, 6/13 from 12:45pm-8:30pm, & 6/23 @ 8:45am-5pm: If you need to take placement exams, do orientation, or get counseling with an academic advisor, please bring your photo ID and CCSF ID number with you.  Please RSVP by emailing: testing@ccsf.edu (include, you full name, CCSF student ID, date that you want to sign-up for and test(s) you want to take.

 

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

Weekly Bulletin – May 21 – 25, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

MAY 21 -25, 2018

MEMORIAL  DAY

 May 28, 2018

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK: MEMORIAL DAY:

 

This U.S. federal holiday is celebrated on the last Monday of May to honor the men and women who have died while serving in the military.

The custom of honoring ancestors by cleaning cemeteries and decorating graves is an ancient and worldwide tradition, but the specific origin of Memorial Day, or Decoration Day as it was first known, are unclear.

In early rural America, this duty was usually performed in late summer and was an occasion for family reunions and picnics. After the Civil War, America’s need for a secular, patriotic ceremony to honor its military dead became prominent, as monuments to fallen soldiers were erected and dedicated, and ceremonies centering on the decoration of soldiers’ graves were held in towns and cities throughout the nation.

After World War I, the day expanded to honor those who have died in all American wars.

No less than 25 places have been named in connection with the origin of Memorial Day, and states observed the holiday on different dates. In 1971, Memorial Day became a national holiday by an act of Congress; it is now celebrated on the last Monday in May.

The wearing of poppies in honor of America’s war dead is traditionally done on Memorial Day (not Veterans Day). The origin of the red poppy as a modern-day symbol of this day was actually the idea of an American woman, Miss Moina Michael.

In war-torn battlefields, the red field poppy (papaver rhoeas) was one of the first plants to grow. Its seeds scattered in the wind and sat dormant in the ground, only germinating when the ground is disturbed—as it was by the very brutal fighting during World War 1.

The practice of wearing of poppies was further inspired by the poem “In Flanders Fields,” written in 1915 by Canadian soldier John McCrae. He saw the poppies in burials around his artillery position in Belgium.

Today, poppies are both the symbol of loss of life as a symbol of recovery and new life, especially in support of those servicemen who were damaged physically or emotionally.

 

 

END OF THE YEAR RETIREMENT LUNCHEON:  Honoring this year’s retirees: Victoria Caparas, Kathleen Golata, Don Papa (2017), Eugene Wing and Ethan Winterling!  

 

Friday, June 1, 2018  1:00pm Capurro’s Restaurant

Social Hour, Buffet Lunch and Lots of Fun!  Flyers and details to follow. Save the date!

SCHOOL ACCOUNTANT’S LAST DAY FOR SPRING 2018 SEMESTER:  The last day of school will be on 6/6/18, but the accountant will come on 6/7/18 (unofficial day). Any accounting activities regarding deposit and reimbursement should be submited before 6/7/18. If the sponsors forget submit reimbursement or check requests, they have to wait until fall semester begins. The accounting department won’t assign accountant to be in school during the summer.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

SENIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Senior Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 12th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

SENIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Senior Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 12th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

 

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Senior Panorama Photo Retake: Wednesday, May 23 during homeroom.

Senior Final Exams:  Tuesday, May 29 – Thursday, May 31

Finals for 9th, 10th & 11th Grades:  Thursday, May 31 – Monday, June 4, 2018

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 5/21 – 5/27/18

Remind Text: Since you’ll “graduate” with your student this year, if you no longer want to be on the Remind Text, please email Ms. S. Chan and she will take you off the list: ChanS2@sfusd.edu

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

 

The Youth Decoy Program: is a statewide initiative that exists to put a stop to underage tobacco sales by recruiting teenagers to operate as undercover agents who attempt to purchase tobacco products. The involvement of the undercover agents (Youth Decoys) greatly reduces tobacco sales to minors. Teens who participate in the Youth Decoy Program are also able to earn money, strengthen their college applications, and work resumes, as well as work to stop the injustice of underage tobacco sales. The $100 in gift cards is basically a sign up bonus. If you enroll in the program, you will get at least $25 in visa gift cards. When you work, you will receive $5 per store you visit.  For more details: www.decoyca.org

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

SFSU & USF college campus visit: 5/23 @ all day: Join us in visiting two of our backyard colleges?  Please pick up a permission slip in the Advising Hub Room 209 from Vivian. Spots are limited, first come first served.

 

For 11th, & 12th:

CALLING ALL FUTURE FIREFIGHTERS & FIRST RESPONDERS!

1.Complete online application URL: https://goo.gl/forms/n789gGaFKmqk0c2C3

2.Complete CCSF Consent Form and sign up for an application session.

3.Attend the mandatory orientation Thursday, August 30, 2018 @ 4pm in Class RM 321

For additional information regarding: The Public Services

Pathway, please contact Rita Molloy molloyr@sfusd.edu and/or Amy Abero: aberoa@sfusd.eduising

11th and 12th graders are best suited but if there is room we can accept raising 10th graders as long as they are prepared to take a college level class.

 

 

 

For 11th:

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list: http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

For 12th

Payment for lost text books: In order to be cleared for gradation, you need to return all textbooks to your teachers or pay for them by5/21 if you’ve lost them.  Make payment to Ms. On in RM 258.

RISE UP! 5/24 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, this program is for Asian Pacific Islander Youth, but geared towards Chinese Immigrants who have been in the United States 6 Years or less and will be attending City College for their college starting 2018.  You will get support for CCSF Application Assistance, One-on-One Support, Job Readiness, College Readiness, College/Career Advising, Internship/Work Experiences, Scholarship Application Assistance, Volunteer Opportunities, Participate in a Community Service Learning Project, & Earn a Stipend.  Applications are available at CYC Main Office (1038 Post Street) or e-mail: Ami Wong: amiw@cycsf.org

 

CCSF All-in-One Day events: 6/9 from 8:45am-5pm, 6/13 from 12:45pm-8:30pm, & 6/23 @ 8:45am-5pm: If you need to take placement exams, do orientation, or get counseling with an academic advisor, please bring your photo ID and CCSF ID number with you.  Please RSVP by emailing: testing@ccsf.edu (include, you full name, CCSF student ID, date that you want to sign-up for and test(s) you want to take.

 

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

Weekly Bulletin – May 14 – 18, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

MAY 14 – 18, 2018

ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY

 May 18, 2018

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK: ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY: Endangered Species Day is an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about the importance of protecting  endangered species and everyday actions they can take to help protect them. Started in 2006 by the United States Congress, Endangered Species Day is a celebration of the nation’s wildlife and wild places. Every year on the third Friday in May (and throughout the month), zoos, aquariums, parks, botanic gardens, wildlife refuges, museums, schools, community centers, conservation groups and other organizations throughout the country hold tours, special speaker presentations, exhibits, children’s activities and more to celebrate Endangered Species Day.

 

END OF THE YEAR RETIREMENT LUNCHEON:  Honoring this year’s retirees: Victoria Caparas, Kathleen Golata, Don Papa (2017), Eugene Wing and Ethan Winterling!  

 

Friday, June 1, 2018  1:00pm Capurro’s Restaurant

Social Hour, Buffet Lunch and Lots of Fun!  Flyers and details to follow. Save the date!

SCHOOL ACCOUNTANT’S LAST DAY FOR SPRING 2018 SEMESTER:  The last day of school will be on 6/6/18, but the accountant will come on 6/7/18 (unofficial day). Any accounting activities regarding deposit and reimbursement should be submited before 6/7/18. If the sponsors forget submit reimbursement or check requests, they have to wait until fall semester begins. The accounting department won’t assign accountant to be in school during the summer.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

JUNHIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Junior Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 11th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

JUNIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Junior Homeroom Assembly Will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 11th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

 

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Move-Up Assembly:  Friday, May 18 during a double 4th period

Senior Prom:  May 19

Senior Panorama Photo Retake: Wednesday, May 23 during homeroom.

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 5/14 – 5/20/18

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

Exploring Educational Excellence: 5/20 @ 7pm @ San Mateo Marriott San Francisco Airport: This is a free event hosted by Brown U., Columbia U., Cornell U., Rice U., & U. of Chicago.  You will learn admissions process, scholarship & financial aid, academic programs & campus life.  To RSVP: exploringeducationalexcellence.org

 

The Youth Decoy Program: is a statewide initiative that exists to put a stop to underage tobacco sales by recruiting teenagers to operate as undercover agents who attempt to purchase tobacco products. The involvement of the undercover agents (Youth Decoys) greatly reduces tobacco sales to minors. Teens who participate in the Youth Decoy Program are also able to earn money, strengthen their college applications, and work resumes, as well as work to stop the injustice of underage tobacco sales. The $100 in gift cards is basically a sign up bonus. If you enroll in the program, you will get at least $25 in visa gift cards. When you work, you will receive $5 per store you visit.  For more details: www.decoyca.org

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

SFSU & USF college campus visit: 5/23 @ all day: Join us in visiting two of our backyard colleges?  Please pick up a permission slip in the Advising Hub Room 209 from Vivian. Spots are limited, first come first served.

 

For 10th, 11th, & 12th:

College Ambassador Meeting: 5/15 @ 12:20pm @ RM 104: This is your weekly meeting.

 

For 11th:

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list: http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

For 12th

RISE UP! 5/24 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, this program is for Asian Pacific Islander Youth, but geared towards Chinese Immigrants who have been in the United States 6 Years or less and will be attending City College for their college starting 2018.  You will get support for CCSF Application Assistance, One-on-One Support, Job Readiness, College Readiness, College/Career Advising, Internship/Work Experiences, Scholarship Application Assistance, Volunteer Opportunities, Participate in a Community Service Learning Project, & Earn a Stipend.  Applications are available at CYC Main Office (1038 Post Street) or e-mail: Ami Wong: amiw@cycsf.org

 

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

Weekly Bulletin – May 7 – 11, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

MAY 7-11, 2018

MOTHER’S DAY

 May 13, 2018

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK: MOTHER’S DAY: Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May. It complements similar celebrations honoring family members, such as Father’s Day, Siblings Day, and Grandparents Day.

 

The modern holiday of Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia. St Andrew’s Methodist Church now holds the International Mother’s Day Shrine. Her campaign to make Mother’s Day a recognized holiday in the United States began in 1905, the year her mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis, died. Ann Jarvis had been a peace activist who cared for wounded soldiers on both sides of the American Civil War, and created Mother’s Day Work Clubs to address public health issues. Anna Jarvis wanted to honor her mother by continuing the work she started and to set aside a day to honor all mothers because she believed a mother is “the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world”.

In 1908, the U.S. Congress rejected a proposal to make Mother’s Day an official holiday, joking that they would also have to proclaim a “Mother-in-law’s Day”. However, owing to the efforts of Anna Jarvis, by 1911 all U.S. states observed the holiday, with some of them officially recognizing Mother’s Day as a local holiday (the first being West Virginia, Jarvis’ home state, in 1910). In 1914, Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation designating Mother’s Day, held on the second Sunday in May, as a national holiday to honor mothers.

Sales of Mother’s Day cards began in the early 1920, led by Hallmark Cards and soon followed by other companies.

 

END OF THE YEAR RETIREMENT LUNCHEON:  Honoring this year’s retirees: Victoria Caparas, Kathleen Golata, Don Papa (2017), Eugene Wing and Ethan Winterling!  

 

Friday, June 1, 2018  1:00pm Capurro’s Restaurant

Social Hour, Buffet Lunch and Lots of Fun!  Flyers and details to follow. Save the date!

SCHOOL ACCOUNTANT’S LAST DAY FOR SPRING 2018 SEMESTER:  The last day of school will be on 6/6/18, but the accountant will come on 6/7/18 (unofficial day). Any accounting activities regarding deposit and reimbursement should be submited before 6/7/18. If the sponsors forget submit reimbursement or check requests, they have to wait until fall semester begins. The accounting department won’t assign accountant to be in school during the summer.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Sophomore Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 10th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Sophomore Homeroom Assembly Will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 10th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

 

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Move-Up Assembly:  Friday, May 18 during a double 4th period

Senior Prom:  May 19

Senior Panorama Photo Retake: Wednesday, May 23 during homeroom.

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 5/7 – 5/13/18

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

The Youth Decoy Program: is a statewide initiative that exists to put a stop to underage tobacco sales by recruiting teenagers to operate as undercover agents who attempt to purchase tobacco products. The involvement of the undercover agents (Youth Decoys) greatly reduces tobacco sales to minors. Teens who participate in the Youth Decoy Program are also able to earn money, strengthen their college applications, and work resumes, as well as work to stop the injustice of underage tobacco sales. The $100 in gift cards is basically a sign up bonus. If you enroll in the program, you will get at least $25 in visa gift cards. When you work, you will receive $5 per store you visit.  For more details: www.decoyca.org

Mission Bit: Through project based learning we aim to teach both core computer science concepts as well as the practical skills that are required to build web sites and applications today.  Our summer program offers introductory and advanced courses that last 6 weeks. In addition to our classes, we take students on field trips to Bay Area tech companies, offer career and college advising related to the technology field, and provide an opportunity to showcase their group projects during our Demo Day event at the end of the term.  Registration Deadline is May 11, 2018 at 5pm. To register: https://www.missionbit.com/programs/

Interested in volunteering part-time or full-time for one of the three leading candidates to be San Francisco’s next mayor? You can help any of these candidates with volunteer recruitment, phone banking, database management or strategizing. You will gain experience in the political sphere and with professional development.

For information about volunteering in London Breed’s campaign for mayor: flynn@londonformayor.com  or to apply:https://goo.gl/Hr2Ce2  

To volunteer for Jane Kim’s campaign for mayor: https://join.janekim.org/page/s/join-jane?source=nav  

And to help with Mark Leno’s campaign to become mayor: http://www.markleno.com/  

There are other candidates for mayor as well. So stay informed and get involved.

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

SFSU & USF college campus visit: 5/23 @ all day: Join us in visiting two of our backyard colleges?  Please pick up a permission slip in the Advising Hub Room 209 from Vivian. Spots are limited, first come first served.

 

For 9th:

SEO Scholar Info. & App. Workshop: 5/10 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: 9th Boys: This is a federally funded college prep program.  They will offer you free tutoring, SAT prep, college campus visits, application support.  They will continue to support you while you’re in college to make sure you graduate from college.  Come check out this opportunity and get free pizza!

 

For 10th, 11th, & 12th:

College Ambassador Meeting: 5/8 @ 12:20pm @ RM 104: This is your weekly meeting.

 

 

For 11th:

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

Posse Scholarship Info.: 5/9 @ 11:45am @ RM 104: Would you like a tuition FREE scholarship to either Boston University, University of Puget Sound, or Lehigh University?  That means about $160,000 for 4 years. In addition, you get academic advising and leadership training.

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list: http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

 

For 12th

CCSF Registration: 5/9 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, need help completing your City College registration? Stop by Room 104 on 5/9 after school, and the City College Outreach staff will help you finish registering for summer and/or fall classes!

RISE UP! 5/24 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, this program is for Asian Pacific Islander Youth, but geared towards Chinese Immigrants who have been in the United States 6 Years or less and will be attending City College for their college starting 2018.  You will get support for CCSF Application Assistance, One-on-One Support, Job Readiness, College Readiness, College/Career Advising, Internship/Work Experiences, Scholarship Application Assistance, Volunteer Opportunities, Participate in a Community Service Learning Project, & Earn a Stipend.  Applications are available at CYC Main Office (1038 Post Street) or e-mail: Ami Wong: amiw@cycsf.org

 

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

Weekly Bulletin – April 30 – May 4, 2018

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

APRIL 30 – May 4, 2018

TEACHER/STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK

April 30 – May 4, 2018

 

FACULTY/STAFF

WORD OF THE WEEK: TEACHER/STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK ACTIVITES: The PTSA is pleased to present Teacher Appreciation to all of the amazing staff at Galileo. We hope you enjoy all the festivities & thank you for all you do for all of us!  EVERYONE PLEASE ENJOY THE FOLLOWING:

Monday, April 30 7:30 am

Delicious grab & go breakfast in the main office

Tuesday, May 1 7:30 am

Delicious grab & go breakfast in the main office

Wednesday, May 2  2:10 pm in Cafeteria.

Delicious parent cooked meal for all staff.  Get your raffle tickets for a chance to win a prize.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

FRESHMEN HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Greshmen Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 9th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

STUDENTS

FRESHMEN HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Freshmen Homeroom Assembly Will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 9th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Spring Concert:  May 1

Senior Prom:  May 19

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 4/30-/6/18

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

US Army: 5/2 @ lunch time @ courtyard: Interested in learning more about how to join the US Army or what the Army does, come to the tabling in the courtyard.

Duke Kunshan: 5/4 @ 12pm @ RM 404 & 12:20pm @ RM 104: Get a Duke education in China!  Duke Kunshan University offers undergraduate students a Duke-quality education and academic experience culminating in a Duke University degree.  Students live and study both in China and the U.S., developing an enhanced international perspective and gaining greater access to global opportunities.  Right now we are admitting our first-ever freshman class, so this is a great chance to be among the very first to get in the know – an excellent advantage for admissions and scholarships.  

The Youth Decoy Program: is a statewide initiative that exists to put a stop to underage tobacco sales by recruiting teenagers to operate as undercover agents who attempt to purchase tobacco products. The involvement of the undercover agents (Youth Decoys) greatly reduces tobacco sales to minors. Teens who participate in the Youth Decoy Program are also able to earn money, strengthen their college applications, and work resumes, as well as work to stop the injustice of underage tobacco sales. The $100 in gift cards is basically a sign up bonus. If you enroll in the program, you will get at least $25 in visa gift cards. When you work, you will receive $5 per store you visit.  For more details: www.decoyca.org

Mission Bit: Through project based learning we aim to teach both core computer science concepts as well as the practical skills that are required to build web sites and applications today.  Our summer program offers introductory and advanced courses that last 6 weeks. In addition to our classes, we take students on field trips to Bay Area tech companies, offer career and college advising related to the technology field, and provide an opportunity to showcase their group projects during our Demo Day event at the end of the term.  Registration Deadline is May 11, 2018 at 5pm. To register: https://www.missionbit.com/programs/

Interested in volunteering part-time or full-time for one of the three leading candidates to be San Francisco’s next mayor? You can help any of these candidates with volunteer recruitment, phone banking, database management or strategizing. You will gain experience in the political sphere and with professional development.

For information about volunteering in London Breed’s campaign for mayor: flynn@londonformayor.com  or to apply:https://goo.gl/Hr2Ce2  

To volunteer for Jane Kim’s campaign for mayor: https://join.janekim.org/page/s/join-jane?source=nav  

And to help with Mark Leno’s campaign to become mayor: http://www.markleno.com/  

There are other candidates for mayor as well. So stay informed and get involved.

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

SFSU & USF college campus visit: 5/23 @ all day: Join us in visiting two of our backyard colleges?  Please pick up a permission slip in the Advising Hub Room 209 from Vivian. Spots are limited, first come first served.

 

For 10th, 11th, & 12th:

College Ambassador Meeting: 5/1 @ 12:20pm @ RM 104: This is your weekly meeting.

For 10th & 11th

Subject Test registration party: 4/30 @ 12:20pm-1pm: FREE pizza and fee waiver to register for the June Subject test.  4-year colleges will expect at least 2 different subject scores with your application.  The best time to take this test is right after you finish taking the classes. Come ask any questions about it.

CCSF Chinatown Mandarin Class Info. Session: 5/1 @ 3:15pm @ Rm 104: Do you speak Cantonese or Mandarin? Have you completed a Cantonese or Mandarin immersion program?  City College of San Francisco is offering a Chinese class at the Chinatown campus this coming fall semester for you!  Come check it out or begin the registration process. You can continue studying Chinese, experience college, and earn both college and high school credit.

 

 

For 11th:

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

For 12th:

FRISCO Day: 5/4: A district wide college transitional event for all seniors.  For seniors who will not be attending a 4-year college next year, they will all go to CCSF for different workshops and programs.  Please pick up a permission slip from RM 258F, or RM 209 or from your counselor. The form must be signed by parents and returned to RM 258F by 4/26.  For seniors who will go to a 4-year college, they will stay on campus and will go to a 4th period assembly.

UC Merced: 4/30 @ 3:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, if you have been admitted to UC Merced, have any questions about what to do next or not sure if you want to choose this university, come talk to the UC Merced admission counselor.

SF State University Resources Connection: 5/3 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, if you’re going to SF State, would you like to get free text book? How about lining up an on campus part-time job before you start school?  How about signing up for free tutoring? Come check out different support services at SF State!

PEP @ Skyline College: 5/5 @ 8am-4pm @ Skyline College: This is an all-in-one day event where you can complete assessments, meet with an Academic Counselor, attend orientation, and tour the campus.  For more Q’s:skyoutreach@smccd.edu or call 650-738-7166. To register: skylinecollege.edu/pep      

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

 

Weekly Bulletin – April 23 – 27, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

APRIL 23 – 27, 2018

ARBOR DAY

April 27, 2018

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK: ARBOR DAY (UNITED STATES):Arbor Day (or Arbour; from the Latin arbor, meaning tree) is a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees.[1] Today, many countries observe such a holiday. Though usually observed in the spring, the date varies, depending on climate and suitable planting season. The first American Arbor Day was originated in Nebraska City, Nebraska by J. Sterling Morton. On April 10, 1872, an estimated one million trees were planted in Nebraska.

Beginning in 1906, Pennsylvania conservationist Major Israel McCreight of DuBois, Pennsylvania, argued that President Theodore Roosevelt’s conservation speeches were limited to businessmen in the lumber industry and recommended a campaign of youth education and a national policy on conservation education. McCreight urged Roosevelt to make a public statement to school children about trees and the destruction of American forests. Conservationist Gifford Pinchot, Chief of the United States Forest Service, embraced McCreight’s recommendations and asked the President to speak to the public school children of the United States about conservation. On April 15, 1907, Roosevelt issued an “Arbor Day Proclamation to the School Children of the United States” about the importance of trees and that forestry deserves to be taught in U.S. schools. Pinchot wrote McCreight, “we shall all be indebted to you for having made the suggestion.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

SENIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Senior Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 12th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

 

GRADUATION SPEAKER TRYOUTS: Seniors…come try out to become a speaker at Graduation! Sign Ups are posted on Ms. Marshman’s door. Sign up by April 27th.

 

SENIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Senior Homeroom Assembly Will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 12th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

 

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Aloha Food Festivsl:  Friday, April 27

Spring Concert:  May 1

Senior Prom:  May 19

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 4/23-4/29/18

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

TeenTechSF@Serverless: 4/24 @ 6:15pm-8:30pm @ Serverless HQ, 1592 Union St. SF: Visit a co-working space to find out about what it’s like to found a startup and the innovative cloud-based technology at Serverless from Serverless Founder and CEO, Austen Collins!  Advance registration required: TeenTechSF-Serverless.eventbrite.com

Cinta Aveda’s open house & bring-a-friend event! 4/25 @ 2pm-5pm @ 305 Kearny St. SF: We are doing something special for Earth Month this year… Come celebrate the future of the beauty industry, raise money for clean water, and learn more about our programs! We will be hosting a day of events for prospective and current students including: Guest speakers, alumni, raffles and prizes…and the chance to win a $1,000 scholarship! Space is limited, so RSVP to the event today to reserve your spot! (415) 989-4400 x 262 or (415) 989-4400 x 250

UC Riverside: 4/27 @ 3:15pm @ RM 104: If you’re curious about UC Riverside, please come to this info. session.  Thank you!

TeenTechSF@PlayStation: 4/28 @ 8:30am-12:30pm @ PlayStation HQ, Sony Interactive Entertainment @ 2207 Bridgepointe Pkwy, San Mateo: TeenTechSF is heading to PlayStation! Great opportunity to learn more about tech, engineering and careers at PlayStation. Keynote speaker Dr. Mark Richards, Head of Magic Lab at PlayStation plus panel discussions, special presentations/demos, and hands-on workshops.  Advance registration required at:TeenTechSF-PlayStation.eventbrite.com

15th Annual HS Outreach Conference: 4/28 @ 8:30am-4pm @ UCSF on 513 Parnassus Ave. SF: FREE event for 400 HS students who’re curious about the medical profession.  You will spend the day talking to medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and graduate students at UCSF.  Try it for yourself with hands on demos from each school. Registration is open:tinyurl.com/HSOC2018  Registration code: UCSFHSOC2018.  This is a popular event, so register soon.  You will also need to complete a parent permission slip: tinyurl.com/hsoc2018permissionslip    

Laney CTE Open House @ 4/28 @ 10am-2pm @ Laney College @ 900 Fallon St. Oakland: Explore & build your career! From the building trades & advanced manufacturing to culinary arts, digital media, cosmetology, biomanufacturing & more! Demos/tours/raffles/enroll!  Questions or for more details: CAA.outreach@gmail.com Register here:bit.ly/cteopenhouse2018   

Mission Bit: Through project based learning we aim to teach both core computer science concepts as well as the practical skills that are required to build web sites and applications today.  Our summer program offers introductory and advanced courses that last 6 weeks. In addition to our classes, we take students on field trips to Bay Area tech companies, offer career and college advising related to the technology field, and provide an opportunity to showcase their group projects during our Demo Day event at the end of the term.  Registration Deadline is May 11, 2018 at 5pm. To register: https://www.missionbit.com/programs/

Interested in volunteering part-time or full-time for one of the three leading candidates to be San Francisco’s next mayor? You can help any of these candidates with volunteer recruitment, phone banking, database management or strategizing. You will gain experience in the political sphere and with professional development.

For information about volunteering in London Breed’s campaign for mayor: flynn@londonformayor.com  or to apply:https://goo.gl/Hr2Ce2  

To volunteer for Jane Kim’s campaign for mayor: https://join.janekim.org/page/s/join-jane?source=nav  

And to help with Mark Leno’s campaign to become mayor: http://www.markleno.com/  

There are other candidates for mayor as well. So stay informed and get involved.

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

National College Fair (NACAC): 4/28 2 1:30pm-4:30pm @ Cow Palace @ 2600 Geneva Ave., Daly City: This is the largest nation-wide FREE college fair.  There is about 300-500 colleges from around the country and around the world here.  It’s better to RSVP. To RSVP or for more info.: www.NACACFAIRS.ORG/SAN-FRANCSICO

 

National College Fair (NACAC): 4/28 2 1:30pm-4:30pm @ Cow Palace @ 2600 Geneva Ave., Daly City: This is the largest nation-wide FREE college fair.  There is about 300-500 colleges from around the country and around the world here.  It’s better to RSVP. To RSVP or for more info.: www.NACACFAIRS.ORG/SAN-FRANCSICO

 

For 10th, 11th, & 12th:

College Ambassador Meeting: 4/10 @ 12:20pm @ RM 104: This is your weekly meeting.

For 10th & 11th

Skyline College Concurrent Enrollment: 4/23 @ 6pm-7:30pm @ Skyline College:  If you’re interested in earning college credits while you’re still in high school, come to this info. session.  Light refreshment will be provided. To RSVP:skylinecollege.edu/concurrent or call 650-738-7166

For 11th:

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

For 12th:

FRISCO Day: 5/4: A district wide college transitional event for all seniors.  For seniors who will not be attending a 4-year college next year, they will all go to CCSF for different workshops and programs.  Please pick up a permission slip from RM 258F, or RM 209 or from your counselor. The form must be signed by parents and returned to RM 258F by 4/26.  For seniors who will go to a 4-year college, they will stay on campus and will go to a 4th period assembly.

CCSF App. Workshop:  4/25 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, this is your last chance to apply for CCSF for fall 2018.

CCSF All-In-One Days:  4/28 @ 8:30am-3pm @ CCSF Main Campus: Earn priority registration by taking either or both English & Math placement exams, do orientation, and the counseling appt.  To RSVP: email: testing@ccsf.edu or call 415-239-3124. Must have CCSF ID so apply: ccsf.edu/apply

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

Weekly Bulletin – April 16 – 20, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

APRIL 16 – 20, 2018

TAX DAY

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK: TAX DAY, April 17, 2018:  Every year since 1955, taxes have been due on April 15 … except for sometimes. Like the last two years. And this year. Tax Day falls on April 17 for 2018. That’s the deadline for filing your 2017 federal tax return, the last day to make a contribution to an individual retirement account for it to count against 2017 income, the deadline to file a tax extension, and the day when quarterly estimated tax payments are due for those who make them.

 

So why is Tax Day on April 17 this year? Basically, it’s due to a combination of the 15th falling on a Sunday and a holiday unique to Washington, D.C., hitting on Monday the 16th. The nation’s capital celebrates Emancipation Day to mark the date that President Abraham Lincoln freed slaves there in 1862. While it’s a local holiday, it affects when taxes are due.

Last year, Tax Day was even later due to similar circumstances: the 15thwas on a Saturday and Emancipation Day was celebrated on Monday the 17th. So taxes last year were due April 18. In 2019 Tax Day will return to April 15th.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

JUNIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Junior Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 11th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

 

GRADUATION SPEAKER TRYOUTS: Seniors…come try out to become a speaker at Graduation! Sign Ups are posted on Ms. Marshman’s door. Sign up by April 27th.

 

JUNIOR HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Juior Homeroom Assembly Will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 11th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

 

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Chinese Karaoke Contest: Friday, April 20

Aloha Food Festivsl:  Friday, April 27

Spring Concert:  May 1

Senior Prom:  May 19

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 4/16-4/22/18

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

Mission Bit.: 4/18 @ 11:45am @ RM 104: Through project based learning we aim to teach both core computer science concepts as well as the practical skills that are required to build web sites and applications today.  Our summer program offers introductory and advanced courses that last 6 weeks. In addition to our classes, we take students on field trips to Bay Area tech companies, offer career and college advising related to the technology field, and provide an opportunity to showcase their group projects during our Demo Day event at the end of the term.  Registration Deadline is May 11, 2018 at 5pm.  To register:  https://www.missionbit.com/programs/

Women Wanted to Electrify the World: 4/21 @ 9am-1pm @ 4056 Mission St. SF: Start your career right out of high school: Become a Union Electrician: great pay (starting pay $26.40), great benefits.  Come check it out. Free Breakfast/Lunch & Prizes. To RSVP: 415-554-1809

UC Berkeley’s Cal Day: 4/21 @ 9am-4pm @ UCB campus: This is a FREE open house for admitted seniors and students interested in learning more about UCB.  11am-12pm: MET info: Get a BS in Business & BS in Engineering in the same program. Check website for more details.

 

15th Annual HS Outreach Conference: 4/28 @ 8:30am-4pm @ UCSF on 513 Parnassus Ave. SF: FREE event for 400 HS students who’re curious about the medical profession.  You will spend the day talking to medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and graduate students at UCSF.  Try it for yourself with hands on demos from each school. Registration is open:tinyurl.com/HSOC2018  Registration code: UCSFHSOC2018.  This is a popular event, so register soon.  You will also need to complete a parent permission slip: tinyurl.com/hsoc2018permissionslip    

Interested in volunteering part-time or full-time for one of the three leading candidates to be San Francisco’s next mayor? You can help any of these candidates with volunteer recruitment, phone banking, database management or strategizing. You will gain experience in the political sphere and with professional development.

For information about volunteering in London Breed’s campaign for mayor: flynn@londonformayor.com  or to apply:https://goo.gl/Hr2Ce2  

To volunteer for Jane Kim’s campaign for mayor: https://join.janekim.org/page/s/join-jane?source=nav  

And to help with Mark Leno’s campaign to become mayor: http://www.markleno.com/  

There are other candidates for mayor as well. So stay informed and get involved.

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

National College Fair (NACAC): 4/28 2 1:30pm-4:30pm @ Cow Palace @ 2600 Geneva Ave., Daly City: This is the largest nation-wide FREE college fair.  There is about 300-500 colleges from around the country and around the world here.  It’s better to RSVP. To RSVP or for more info.: www.NACACFAIRS.ORG/SAN-FRANCSICO

For 10th, 11th, & 12th:

College Ambassador Meeting: 4/10 @ 12:20pm @ RM 104: This is your weekly meeting.

For 11th & 12th

Moving Up!  Getting Ready for Life After High School: 4/18 @ 4pm @ 2012 Pine St. SF: Free workshops on transition to college, healthy life styles, workforce readiness.  Free food & raffles to win a chromebook! Please RSVP with Vicki in RM 209 or email her: vkong@jcyc.org

For 11th:

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

For 12th:

FRISCO Day: 5/4: A district wide college transitional event for all seniors.  For seniors who will not be attending a 4-year college next year, they will all go to CCSF for different workshops and programs.  Please pick up a permission slip from RM 258F, or RM 209 or from your counselor. The form must be signed by parents and returned to RM 258F by 4/26.  For seniors who will go to a 4-year college, they will stay on campus and will go to a 4th period assembly.

CCSF App. Workshop: 4/18 & 4/25 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, this is your last chance to apply for CCSF for fall 2018.

CCSF All-In-One Days: 4/21 & 4/28 @ 8:30am-3pm @ CCSF Main Campus: Earn priority registration by taking either or both English & Math placement exams, do orientation, and the counseling appt.  To RSVP: email: testing@ccsf.edu or call 415-239-3124. Must have CCSF ID so apply: ccsf.edu/apply

PEP @ Skyline College: 4/21 @ 8am-4pm @ Skyline College: This is an all-in-one day event where you can complete assessments, meet with an Academic Counselor, attend orientation, and tour the campus.  For more Q’s:skyoutreach@smccd.edu or call 650-738-7166. To register: skylinecollege.edu/pep

Funding Black Futures: Award Letter Review: 4/21 @ 10am-1pm @ Bayview Hunter’s Point YMCA: This is a FREE event for African American seniors in the district.  This event will help you and your family to review and compare financial aid awards from your colleges to make a financially-informed decision by the 5/1 decision deadline.  Light breakfast & catered lunch provided & great raffle prizes! We can also help you complete FAFSA, finish community college apps. or answer any financial aid questions you still have.  To RSVP: tinyurl.com/blackfutures

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

Weekly Bulletin – April 9 – 13, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

APRIL 9 – 13, 2018

NATIONAL GRILLED SANDWICH DAY

Thursday, April 12, 2018

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK:  NATIONAL GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH DAY:

National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day is observed annually on April 12th.  Listed in a reader’s opinion poll, Grilled Cheese Sandwiches are among one of the top comfort foods in the United States.

According to food historians, cooked bread and cheese is an ancient food, enjoyed across the world in many cultures.  The United States modern version of the grilled cheese sandwich originated in the 1920s when inexpensive sliced bread and American cheese became easily available. Originally it was made as an open-faced sandwich.

United States government cookbooks describe Navy cooks broiling “American cheese filling sandwiches” during World War II.

Grilled cheese sandwiches are versatile thanks to the ability to mix and match cheeses, bread, and seasonings.  Adding sauteed vegetables or herb-infused oils can elevate this simple comfort food to a whole other level.  

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Sophomore Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 10th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

 

sophomore HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Sophomore Homeroom Assembly Will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 19th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

 

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Chinese Karaoke Contest: Friday, April 20

Aloha Food Festivsl:  Friday, April 27

Spring Concert:  May 1

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 4/9-4/15/18

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

C.A.M.P. SF Info.: 4/11 @ 11:45am @ RM 104: This is an extremely low cost 3 day summer camp for girls and boys in separate camps.  Application deadline is 4/27. For more details or to apply: http://camp-sf.org/index.html

Le Cirque Debut & Hair Show: 4/11/18 @ 8pm (door opens at 7pm) @ DNA Lounge @ 375 11th St. SF: This is hosted by the SF Institute of Esthetic & Cosmetology.  To RSVP: placement@SFIEC.edu

Make Money While Reducing Underage Tobacco Sales!: 4/12 @ Lunch time @ Courtyard: The Youth Decoy Program is a statewide initiative that exists to put a stop to underage tobacco sales by recruiting teenagers to operate as undercover agents who attempt to purchase tobacco products and also able to earn money.  This may strengthen your college applications and work resumes, as well as work to stop the injustice of underage tobacco sales.

Open Studio @ Academy of Art University (AAU): 4/14 @ 10am-4pm @ Varies AAU campuses:  FREE campus tour and will include a lot of helpful topics.  Portfolio work is always welcome, but not required. Bring friends! Bring family! Bring an open mind and discover what your future holds.  For more details or to RSVP: https://www.academyart.edu/about-us/news-events/events/open-houses/2018/april/sf-open-studio

TeenTechSF@MarchForScience: 4/14 @ 11am-4pm @ Kaiser Convention Center, 10 10th Street, Oakland: Take a stand for fact-based decision-making and support STEM! March starts at Lake Merritt Amphitheater.  Look for TeenTechSF Booth with Hands-on Tech Demos at the Kaiser Convention Center! All the details at: Bay Area March for Science.  Register at: March for Science Eventbrite

15th Annual HS Outreach Conference: 4/28 @ 8:30am-4pm @ UCSF on 513 Parnassus Ave. SF: FREE event for 400 HS students who’re curious about the medical profession.  You will spend the day talking to medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and graduate students at UCSF.  Try it for yourself with hands on demos from each school. Registration is open:tinyurl.com/HSOC2018  Registration code: UCSFHSOC2018.  This is a popular event, so register soon.  You will also need to complete a parent permission slip: tinyurl.com/hsoc2018permissionslip    

Interested in volunteering part-time or full-time for one of the three leading candidates to be San Francisco’s next mayor? You can help any of these candidates with volunteer recruitment, phone banking, database management or strategizing. You will gain experience in the political sphere and with professional development.

For information about volunteering in London Breed’s campaign for mayor: flynn@londonformayor.com  or to apply:https://goo.gl/Hr2Ce2  

To volunteer for Jane Kim’s campaign for mayor: https://join.janekim.org/page/s/join-jane?source=nav  

And to help with Mark Leno’s campaign to become mayor: http://www.markleno.com/  

There are other candidates for mayor as well. So stay informed and get involved.

15th Annual HS Outreach Conference: 4/28 @ 8:30am-4pm @ UCSF on 513 Parnassus Ave. SF: FREE event for 400 HS students who’re curious about the medical profession.  You will spend the day talking to medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and graduate students at UCSF. Try it for yourself with hands on demos from each school.  Registration is open: tinyurl.com/HSOC2018  Registration code: UCSFHSOC2018.  This is a popular event, so register soon.  You will also need to complete a parent permission slip: tinyurl.com/hsoc2018permissionslip

 

For 9th, 10th, & 11th:

National College Fair (NACAC): 4/28 2 1:30pm-4:30pm @ Cow Palace @ 2600 Geneva Ave., Daly City: This is the largest nation-wide FREE college fair.  There is about 300-500 colleges from around the country and around the world here.  It’s better to RSVP. To RSVP or for more info.: www.NACACFAIRS.ORG/SAN-FRANCSICO

For 10th, 11th, & 12th:

College Ambassador Meeting: 4/10 @ 12:20pm @ RM 104: This is your weekly meeting.

For 11th & 12th

Moving Up!  Getting Ready for Life After High School: 4/18 @ 4pm @ 2012 Pine St. SF: Free workshops on transition to college, healthy life styles, workforce readiness.  Free food & raffles to win a chromebook! Please RSVP with Vicki in RM 209 or email her: vkong@jcyc.org

For 11th:

The GPA Game: 4/11 @ 2:15pm @ RM 555: Is GPA really important in your college application process?  Why or why not? Come find out and enjoy a light snack!

Summer Start by JCYC Educational Talent Search: Every Tues. & Thur. from 6/12-6/28 @ 1:30pm-4pm @ CCSF Main Campus @ 50 Phelan Ave. MUB 357: To Prepare current juniors to get ready for senior year: free snacks, field trip on 6/20 and workshops on different topics you need to know.  To RSVP: talk to Vicki in RM 209.

Free College Fly-In Program: Some colleges start to put out free fly-in program to visit their campus in the fall.  This is a fun opportunity and you will learn a lot about their communities. Please check the updated College Fly-In Program list:http://galileoweb.org/college/flyin/

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

For 12th:

FRISCO Day: 5/4: A district wide college transitional event for all seniors.  For seniors who will not be attending a 4-year college next year, they will all go to CCSF for different workshops and programs.  Please pick up a permission slip from RM 258F, or RM 209 or from your counselor. The form must be signed by parents and returned to RM 258F by 4/26.  For seniors who will go to a 4-year college, they will stay on campus and will go to a 4th period assembly.

Transition to College: 4/12 @ 2:15pm @ RM 555: Seniors, are you really ready to go to college?  What do you really need to know in order for you to enjoy the college years and graduate from it?  Come enjoy a refreshment and do fun and educational activities.

CCSF App. Workshop: 4/18 & 4/25 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, this is your last chance to apply for CCSF for fall 2018.

CCSF All-In-One Days: 4/21 & 4/28 @ 8:30am-3pm @ CCSF Main Campus: Earn priority registration by taking either or both English & Math placement exams, do orientation, and the counseling appt.  To RSVP: email: testing@ccsf.edu or call 415-239-3124. Must have CCSF ID so apply: ccsf.edu/apply

PEP @ Skyline College: 4/21 @ 8am-4pm @ Skyline College: This is an all-in-one day event where you can complete assessments, meet with an Academic Counselor, attend orientation, and tour the campus.  For more Q’s:skyoutreach@smccd.edu or call 650-738-7166. To register: skylinecollege.edu/pep

Funding Black Futures: Award Letter Review: 4/21 @ 10am-1pm @ Bayview Hunter’s Point YMCA: This is a FREE event for African American seniors in the district.  This event will help you and your family to review and compare financial aid awards from your colleges to make a financially-informed decision by the 5/1 decision deadline.  Light breakfast & catered lunch provided & great raffle prizes! We can also help you complete FAFSA, finish community college apps. or answer any financial aid questions you still have.  To RSVP: tinyurl.com/blackfutures

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information. If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify.   If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either on http://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Ro

 

Weekly Bulletin – April 2 – 6, 2018

 

GALILEO ACADEMY

Weekly Bulletin

APRIL 2 – 6, 2018

APRIL

Easter Sunday and April Fools’ Day

April 1, 2018

 

 

FACULTY/STAFF

 

WORD OF THE WEEK:  APRIL:  April is the 4th month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, the fifth in the Julian Calendar, the first of four months to have 30 days, the second of five months to have a length of less than 31 days.  April is commonly associated with the season of autumn in parts of the Southern Hemisphere and spring in parts of the Northern Hemisphere, where it is the sesonal equivalent of October in the Southern Hemisphere and visa versa.

APRIL FOOLS’ DAY: April Fools’ Day (sometimes called All Fools’ Day) is an annual celebration in some European and Western countries commemorated on April 1 by playing practical jokes and spreading hoaxes. The jokes and their victims are called April fools. People playing April Fool jokes often expose their prank by shouting “April Fool” at the unfortunate victim(s). Some newspapers, magazines and other published media report fake stories, which are usually explained the next day or below the news section in smaller letters. Although popular since the 19th century, the day is not a public holiday in any country.

Aside from April Fools’ Day, the custom of setting aside a day for the playing of harmless pranks upon one’s neighbour has historically been relatively common in the world.

**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES:  Please email bulletin notices to: grinnelle1@sfusd.edu. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell

SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM:  The Substitute System’s phone number: 415-345-0064.   The on-line system remains the same.  If you have any questions please let me know.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION:  Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late.  See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee

PARKING COURTESY:  Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots.  If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car.  If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office.    Mrs. Grinnell

 

NEW ACCOUNTANT:  Galileo’s former accountant, Eva,has been transferred to SOTA.  Our new accountant is Lisa and she will be at Galileo on Thursdays.  Her office will remain in Room 206.

 

COFFEE AND COOKIES: Support Special Education by purchasing a cup of fresh roasted coffee $1.25 and cookies $.25. Available daily 7:45am all year long in either room 214 or 212. (alternating bi-weekly)

If you would like to use our delivery service please call x3214 or x3212.

Thanks!! Ms. Meghan & Ms.Nobello

 

FRESHMEN HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Feshmen Homeroom Assembly will be this Thursday during homeroom in the Auditorium.  All 9th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium on Thursday as soon as the bell rings. Homeroom Assemblies will continue through the end of May.  Check the bulletin each week for the schedule.

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS:  On sale now in the ASB Office (Room 150);  teacher & staff discount is $25.

 

TEACHER LOCATOR:  The Current Teacher Locator is now posted on the Galileo Website.  Check the Staff Support Area on the website. This document will be updated daily.

 

STAFF PHONE DIRECTORY:  The current Staff Phone Directory is now posted on the Galileo website in the Staff Support Area.  There are 2 versions which you can print out–legal size and letter size. This document will be updated as needed.

 

TEACHER VOICEMAIL:  It is important for parents to contact their students’ teachers.  If you have not set up your email, please see me and I can help facilitate this.  It is important for parents to be able to contact their child’s teachers. It takes 2-3 minutes and we can do it at my desk.

 

TEACHER EMERGENCY CARDS:  Hi All– It is so important that we have current information on your emergency card about who to contact in an emergency.  With so many new staff this year it has been challenging to reach out to everyone. If I did not give you an emergency card to complete, please see me.  Thanks! Bettie Grinnell

 

STUDENTS

 

FRESHMEN HOMEROOM ASSEMBLY:  The Freshmen Homeroom Assembly Will be this Thursday during Homeroom.  All 9th Grade Homeroom Teachers should bring their students to the Auditorium as soon as the bell rings.

 

AUDITIONS FOR GRADUATION SINGER(S)TO SING “THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER” will be held on Thursday, April 5th at 2:30pm in Room 555.  Once a singer(s) has/have been selected, rehearsals will be held during lunch in April and May as necessary.  If you have questions, please contact Mr. Taylor in Room 555 or email him at taylorj@sfusd.edu.

 

GALILEO GEEK SQUAD: Interested in troubleshooting technology issues? Want to assist with the technology program and procedures during your free time at Galileo? Need IT or Tech experience for college/career? Looking for a fun and easy way to get Media Arts or Computer Science extra credit? JOIN GALILEO’S GEEK SQUAD!!! Geek Squad will spend their free periods being responsible for many of the technology issues that arise throughout the day at Galileo. Geek Squad will work on Chromebooks, MacBooks, PCs, iMacs, audio systems, SmartBoards, technology lab and carts, and miscellaneous tech items. Geek Squad members will receive a letter grade for their TA period as well as a signed letter of recommendation from a technology teacher to use on college and job applications. See Ms. Z in Room 260A for more information!

 

GALILEO BLACK HOODIE SWEATSHIRTS: ASB is selling  Galileo black hoodie sweatshirts. You can buy them from ASB officers during lunch.  Cost is $40.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

School Resumes:  April 2, 2018

Chinese Karaoke Contest: Friday, April 20

Aloha Food Festivsl:  Friday, April 27

Spring Concert:  May 1

Graduation:  Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 1:00pm, Bill Graham Auditorium  

College & Career Center announcement for 3/19-4/8/18

 

For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:

Job Fair (Ages 14-24): 4/6 @ 2:30pm-5:30pm @ SF Public Library @ 100 Larkin St.: Get FREE help preparing your resume & learn interviewing tips, connect with local agencies & learn about employment program opportunities.  For more info.carmenw@cycsf.org or call 415-752-9675. Pre-register for a chance to win raffle prizes! https://tinyurl.com.cycjobfair2018

Interested in volunteering part-time or full-time for one of the three leading candidates to be San Francisco’s next mayor? You can help any of these candidates with volunteer recruitment, phone banking, database management or strategizing. You will gain experience in the political sphere and with professional development.

For information about volunteering in London Breed’s campaign for mayor: flynn@londonformayor.com  or to apply:https://goo.gl/Hr2Ce2  

To volunteer for Jane Kim’s campaign for mayor: https://join.janekim.org/page/s/join-jane?source=nav  

And to help with Mark Leno’s campaign to become mayor: http://www.markleno.com/  

There are other candidates for mayor as well. So stay informed and get involved.

15th Annual HS Outreach Conference: 4/28 @ 8:30am-4pm @ UCSF on 513 Parnassus Ave. SF: FREE event for 400 HS students who’re curious about the medical profession.  You will spend the day talking to medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and graduate students at UCSF. Try it for yourself with hands on demos from each school.  Registration is open: tinyurl.com/HSOC2018  Registration code: UCSFHSOC2018.  This is a popular event, so register soon.  You will also need to complete a parent permission slip: tinyurl.com/hsoc2018permissionslip

For 10th, 11th & 12th:

Moving Up!  Getting Ready for Life After High School: 4/18 @ 4pm @ 2012 Pine St. SF: Free workshops on transition to college, healthy life styles, workforce readiness.  Free food & raffles to win a chromebook! Please RSVP with Vicki in RM 209 or email her: vkong@jcyc.org

For 9th & 10th:

San Jose State University field trip: 4/3 @ 7:45am-4pm: You will be able to get a campus tour, housing tour, an EOP presentation, and FREE lunch in the dining hall.  It will be fun. First come first served basis. Please pick up a field trip form in RM 209 ASAP! If you have turned in a permission slip, see you at the Francisco St. entrance @ 7:45am.

For 9th:

Minds Matter: This is a free program that offers an adult professional mentor for the rest of your high school career.  They will also provide college prep. resources such as SAT prep, summer programs, college campus visit for free.  They look for low income and first generation to college students. Apply by 4/6 online: http://www.mindsmattersf.org/apply/

For 11th:

Discover Swarthmore Info.: 4/4 @ 11:45am @ RM 104: Are you interested in visiting Swarthmore College for free?!  This is one of the top private colleges in PA. It’s known for engineering and liberal arts.  Come check it out!

ScholarMatch: This non-profit agency can help you better prepare for the college process.  Check them out. https://scholarmatch.org/student  

For 12th:

Understanding Financial Aid Award Letter & Colleges You can Still Apply to: 4/4 @ 2:15pm @ RM 104: Seniors, bring your financial aid award letters and we will show you how to compare them.  If you still want to apply to 4-year colleges, you have options. Come talk to us!

Scholarship Awards: If you win any scholarship awards, please give Michael (RM 209) a copy of your notification or email him the info.: michaell@uaspire.org.  We will need this info. by 4/27 in order to print your name and scholarship award on the graduation program.

Scholarship Scam: if you get a call telling you that you’ve won a scholarship or that they are calling from the federal dept. to give you a scholarship, and they need your bank account information, please DON’T give out your parents’ nor your own information.  If you’re not sure that is a scam, please talk to a counselor or an advisor to verify. If you’re told to pay to apply for a scholarship, that’s a scam.

uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions.  Turn in your uAspire consent forms to Michael in room 209 to receive financial aid help.

If you’re interested in applying for scholarships, please check the updated Scholarship List either onhttp://galileoweb.org/college/scholarships/ or on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center (RM 258).

Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!

Ms. S. Chan

College & Career Counselor

Room 258F

 

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