CapSeeds - Arctic

June 29, 2015

Punahou students volunteered to act as teaching assistants at the Yaakoosge Daakahidi High School Tlingit Language and Culture Camp for elementary students. Students helped with “breakfast, art and literacy lessons, lunch and group activities,” explained Kylee Mar.

“We were graciously invited to a barbecue by Auke Bay at the Caulfield’s home,” wrote Kira Ogoshi ’16. “Rick Caulfield is the chancellor at the University of Alaska Southeast and, coincidentally, his wife, Annie Caulfield, is a Punahou graduate of the Class of ’75. Even in Alaska, we were able to make connections with a member of our Punahou ʻohana. In that sense, Punahou is one of the pathways through which we are able to make new connections with others, and we should make the most of those connections, as they will keep us together.”