The Conway Public Schools Foundation was established in March 2007 by the Conway Board of Education, which unanimously approved the creation of an endowment from donations, gifts and bequests. The foundation provides philanthropic support, above and beyond the district’s operating budget, for a variety of initiatives that enhance the academic experience of every student in Conway Public Schools.
To partner with teachers to enrich the learning environment for students by funding innovative programs and resources that stimulate creativity, promote excellence, and enable life-long learning.
To grow the CPSF endowment with a broad base of financial and volunteer support from Conway Public Schools (CPS) alumni and friends and area businesses.
To invest the endowment’s returns in programs that make an observable and positive impact on the success of Conway Public Schools and the community.
To help CPS teachers earn regional and national recognition for innovative and effective teaching programs and methods.
To create a strong sense of community awareness and involvement with CPS alumni, friends, and community supporters through consistent communication and a high degree of financial accountability and transparency.
The Conway Public Schools Foundation is excited to announce the hiring of our first Executive Director, Aimee Reynolds Prince.
Prince is active in the community, serving on the Conway Regional Health Foundation Board of Directors, Conway Regional Women’s Council, City of Conway’s Homeless Task Force, and Conway Noon Rotary, where she served as president in 2019.
In the inaugural role, Prince will work with the foundation’s board of directors to develop a strategic work plan focusing on growing the organization’s endowment, developing new programs, and increasing awareness of the foundation’s work.
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