The Luke Center for Public Service reaches out to educators and community members, to participate in a variety of Punahou events over the course of the school year. These events include speakers, films and workshops that provide educational opportunities and forums for discussion, touching on a wide range of topics.
"An Evening With Spoken Word Poets Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye"
January 2013: Speaker
See Spoken Word Artists Bring Poetry to Life
"Developing Tomorrow's Leaders" with John Hunter
October 2012: Speaker
See Creator of "World Peace Game" Speaks at Punahou
"What Every Parent Should Know" with Horacio Sanchez
September 2012: Speaker
See Helping Students Be Their Best
Can You Be Plastic Free? Schools reducing single-use plastics for Hawai`i’s health
Fall 2011: 4-hour Teacher Workshop
See Can You Be Plastic Free?
Waste Not, Watt NotLessons and Tools for Energy and Waste Reduction
Spring 2011: 4-hour Teacher Workshop
See "Waste Not, Watt Not" Brings Energy Savings to Light
ONO: Out-of-the-box Nutritious Options
Spring 2010: 4-hour Teacher Workshop
See Stirring Up the Food Movement