T.J. and Brad helped move all of these heavy logs into their final resting places, and the class of 2021 spent this morning stripping off the bark and sanding down the logs. They will be the stewards of this area for the next three years.
These learning spaces are on the Kohala side of the campus; two are behind the Gerry Clark Art Center, and the other is below Davies Chapel.
These outside learning spaces have been designed specifically to get our students out of the classroom and into the natural environment during class time. Whether faculty are teaching a Shakespeare lesson, letting students sketch, debating issues in AP Human Geography, or simply hanging out with their advisory groups, the spaces will be put to good use.
A huge mahalo to HPA alum Alex Woodbury '96, owner of Kamuela Hardwoods for salvaging these eucalyptus logs, cutting them to spec and delivering/donating all twelve logs to our campus.