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  • Apr
    2

    Good Friday

    Holiday
  • Apr
    6

    Punahou Women in Tech Conference


    The Punahou Women in Tech Conference is a virtual, two-day event featuring alumnae working at major companies like Apple, Google, Tesla, and more who will speak about their career trajectories and challenges they’ve encountered in a historically male-dominated field. The event is free of charge and open to students, teachers, parents and alumni of Punahou School.
  • Apr
    7

    Punahou Women in Tech Conference


    The Punahou Women in Tech Conference is a virtual, two-day event featuring alumnae working at major companies like Apple, Google, Tesla, and more who will speak about their career trajectories and challenges they’ve encountered in a historically male-dominated field. The event is free of charge and open to students, teachers, parents and alumni of Punahou School.
     
  • Apr
    9

    PFA Monthly Gathering

    Learning by Serving: Punahou’s Luke Center for Public Service

    How can parents support their child’s development of social responsibility and service-learning at Punahou?

    During this insightful Teacher Talk, Daniela “Dani” Goddard, Director of Punahou’s Luke Center for Public Service, will explain the Center’s mission to support Punahou’s public service and sustainability initiatives. The Center embraces community service and social entrepreneurship for students across kindergarten – grade 12. Dani will offer key takeaways to help parents support and deepen their children’s social responsibility.
  • Apr
    20
  • Apr
    22

    Virtual Sustainability Fair (VSF)

    VSF is a way for the Punahou community to share not only about what students have learned about caring for the planet, but also ways to encourage us all to live more sustainable lives.