The Punahou community gathered April 6 at an annual campus event to teach and learn about ways to live well while protecting our island Earth. But this year, the name of the Sustainability Fair carried an important dual meaning.
Earth Day, Sunday, April 22, is the perfect opportunity for reflecting on the importance of caring for our earth. For the month of April, Luke Center for Public Service invites the Punahou community to celebrate and deepen a shared responsibility for our planet.
See the progress made from August 2016 through February 2018 on the Sidney and Minnie Kosasa Community, which includes the remaining studios for grades 2 – 5 and the K – 8 Learning Commons.
During an evening event, Punahou 'ohana guests experienced a sneak peek of the innovation and invention happening in D. Kenneth Richardson '48 Learning Lab in Mamiya Science Center, which supports Punahou's future K – 12 Learning Commons. The event began with a program followed by a live demonstration of the machinery in the lab.