Galileo High in San Francisco Unified School District kicks off a district-wide Inclusive Schools Week celebration with cheers, dance, ‘speed-friending’.
To kick off Inclusive Schools Week, Galileo High students will be listening to K-Pop and B-Boys and participating in lunchtime activities to celebrate the school’s inclusive practices.
Monday, December 5 / 11:15 a.m. – 12: 30 p.m. (assembly) 12:30 – 1:00 p.m. (lunchtime club activities)
Inclusive Schools Week (ISW) is a national celebration of schools working to create environments where all students feel included.
Schools are comprised of students from many different backgrounds and abilities. Inclusive Schools Week gets at one of the fundamental promises of public schools — everyone has a right to a free public education.
Galileo High School / 150 Francisco Street
Board of Education President Matt Haney
Interim Superintendent Myong Leigh
Chief of Special Education Dr. Elizabeth Blanco
Galileo High students
At lunchtime: Galileo’s K-Pop and B-Boys performance, spoken word, and students meeting each other in a ‘speed friending’ activity.