'Our Punawai'
'O wai 'oe? What is your water? This question was at the heart of an inspiring K – 12 art project that took shape throughout the week of April 2 – 7, under the creative direction of world-renowned street artist John "Prime" Hina.
In a 'Human Library,' Books are Alive

At a combination of a no-pressure career fair, a bring your parent to school day and a meet and greet, students had the unique opportunity to experience a "Human Library."

Third-Grade Lū'au Tradition Continues in a New Space

"Today is one of the best parts of third grade. It is the result of many weeks of preparation and generations before you," said Chaplain Lauren Medeiros to the third-graders, some adorned in lei, or with handcrafted bracelets and headbands.

Time for Three

Over the course of two days, violinist Nick Kendall, double-bassist Ranaan Meyer and violinist Charles Yang — all members of the critically acclaimed trio, Time for Three — intersected with Punahou students, faculty and staff with virtuosic musical performances and critical insight into the creative process and its role in education.

A Wonderland of Learning

The eager faces of children streaming into the winding woodchip trails of their new home each morning make the Sidney and Minnie Kosasa Neighborhood feel more like a wonderland than school. While bracketed by the normal rites and routines of school – snack-time, lunch and recess – the moments within these contours sparkle with childhood curiosity and joy.

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