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Punahou commemorated the official beginning of the 2014 – 2015 academic year at the annual Convocation ceremony, a long-standing tradition that brings the School community together for a period of reflection and celebration.
“What skill are you trying to develop with this exercise?” This was one of the many questions Cathy Fosnot, a leading math education expert, posed to faculty at New Perspectives on Teaching Mathematics. Comprised of two workshops, the professional development opportunity was held on Punahou’s campus and ran from Aug. 11 – 14, 2014.
This summer, the Modern Japan class, consisting of 20 high school juniors and seniors, journeyed 4,000 miles to experience the unique culture of Japan, a country many of us have never been to before.
A dozen boxes, containing over 400 pounds of recycled goods, were lined up against the replica deck of Hokule‘a in Kuaihelani Learning Center. Gail Peiterson, co-director of Gates Family Science Workshop, deflated soccer and water polo balls, adding them to the growing pile of supplies.
“Part of the reason we’re here is to establish global relationships – to celebrate and support each other,” announced Bill Brady to the 79 students assembled for the fifth annual Student Global Leadership Institute (SGLI) at Punahou School, a two-week summer program that brings together students from around the world.
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